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Disneyland paris daytrips family of 4 9.50 with the sun
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Old 13-11-2012, 5:04 PM
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Old 14-11-2012, 7:39 AM
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Do I need to collect tokens first?
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Do I need to collect tokens first?
No it says you can book and then collect the tokens
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Has anyone done this in the past? We were thinking of getting 2 "day trips" but only using them for entry to the park, not the ferry, can anyone confirm if we need the ferry to validate the park entry tickets?
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Would it be possible to as the previous poster said use it without the ferry, and also is it possible for my husband and I to do two seperate bookings and get 2 days of tickets does anyone know?
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Would it be possible to as the previous poster said use it without the ferry, and also is it possible for my husband and I to do two seperate bookings and get 2 days of tickets does anyone know?
I am not sure but I think I read somewhere on the facebook site, one booking per household, so you might need to have another address as well. We were going to use inlaws if this is the case
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Just another thought, do disneyland do "bounce back" tickets like the british theme parks where you can return the next day for 6 odd?
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Is this only bookable on the phone? The link at the top of the thread doesnt take you to a booking page and the phoen line just keeps cutting off! I this normal for one of these deals?
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ah, ok thanks Claire!
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Has anyone done this in the past? We were thinking of getting 2 "day trips" but only using them for entry to the park, not the ferry, can anyone confirm if we need the ferry to validate the park entry tickets?
TIA

We did this in 2011 when we went - We brought Eurotunnel with Tesco vouchers and did one day in Paris, one at Eurodisney. It was just a ticket you scanned when you go there. Not sure if it has changed since then.
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Old 14-11-2012, 10:52 AM
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We booked for a day trip that came up as 9.50 on the 1st page and when processed came up as 19.95.
I called the number and was told they would refund it. I'm just waiting for them to call me back to confirm this.
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dissappointing because the only 9.50 trips (as advertised) are on school days the half term ones expect you to pay accomodation too which bumps price up and the only dates left for us would be the march weekends at 30+ then you need 50 euro for motorway tolls handy and plenty of money inside the place for food/drinks then theres petrol im thinking at least gonna cost more than 200 for a day out and its cold weather too!(once won a day out to gullivers world at christmas it was in snow freezing n not even warm water in toilets!(put me off theme parks in winter mths!) so thats my mind made up it sounds like a dear day out in the end!
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Old 14-11-2012, 11:13 AM
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So i can book eurostar myself, collect tokens and use that against one day in the park?
Basically if i book 2 nights hotel. I can use the other day to look around LOL.
Also, i have 4 kids so how would i work that out? Hmmm
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WOW sounds a good deal until you go through, thought i would look at 2 night stay and WOW the price shoots up to 900 via eurostar no thx !!!
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If I buy the day trip would my ferry ticket run out that night? I'm thinking of booking the day trip but booking the hotel separately. Would that work?
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