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Can anyone beat this price to eurodisney?

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Overseas Holidays & Travel Planning
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edmondedmond Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Overseas Holidays & Travel Planning
i have which i think is a cracking price for eurodisney,
wondered if any one could beat it.
this is self drive 9th Sept 4 nights. 2 adults and 2 toddlers:

Tickets 365tickets.com 4 day hopper ticket £151.90 + quidco +2%

Accomidation Citéa Résidentiel Magny Le Hongre expedia £41.00 per night

Chunnel £88.00 covered by tesco clubcard vouchers.

Total £315.90

+ petrol costs there and back.
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  • cheekymolecheekymole Forumite
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    Citea Residential is fantastic, we stayed at Easter, bus leaves from right outside the door.
    I haven't got one!
  • edmondedmond Forumite
    287 posts
    hi cheekymole,
    were there curtains in the bedrooms?
    i have read a review online which said there were not.
    is the bus service free? and was is busy.
  • barginunterbarginunter Forumite
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    Sounds great - we stayed there last October - fantastic accomodation.
    Don't forget the big shopping and designer mall 5 mins away.
    Edmond - I seem to remember that the bedroom windows were quite high and narrow but no chance of seeing in - are you planning on anything particularly interesting in there?
  • cheekymolecheekymole Forumite
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    The windows had shutters which completely block out the light. We didn't use the bus service but there were always a few people waiting for it in the mornings. I would say it would be cheaper than the parking at Disney though
    I haven't got one!
  • jameshjamesh Forumite
    239 posts
    Can't quite beat it but here is an option.

    2 x Annual passports for the adults = €129 each x 2 = €258 = ~ £173
    Each adult pass you buy alllows you 1 free pass for the under 7s.

    Benifit would be Free Car Parking at the parks, and 10% discount in all the shops and restraunts
  • edmondedmond Forumite
    287 posts
    Sounds great - we stayed there last October - fantastic accomodation.
    Don't forget the big shopping and designer mall 5 mins away.
    Edmond - I seem to remember that the bedroom windows were quite high and narrow but no chance of seeing in - are you planning on anything particularly interesting in there?

    whats the big shopping and desiger mall? is it the valle de europe?

    nothing to exciting about the windows, just have two young children and need to block out the light.
  • edmondedmond Forumite
    287 posts
    jamesh wrote: »
    Can't quite beat it but here is an option.

    2 x Annual passports for the adults = €129 each x 2 = €258 = ~ £173
    Each adult pass you buy alllows you 1 free pass for the under 7s.

    Benifit would be Free Car Parking at the parks, and 10% discount in all the shops and restraunts


    thanks for that,
    were did you get those prices from
    dont the under 7's get in for free anyway.
  • jameshjamesh Forumite
    239 posts
    edmond wrote: »
    thanks for that,
    were did you get those prices from
    dont the under 7's get in for free anyway.

    No I'm pretty sure under 7's pay the adult rates, they are only free if you book a package with Disney hotels etc.

    Its only the under 3's that get in free.

    The annual pass info is on the French site (but anyone can buy when you get there)
    http://offres.disneylandparis.fr/passeport-annuel/index.xhtml
  • edmondedmond Forumite
    287 posts
    jamesh wrote: »
    No I'm pretty sure under 7's pay the adult rates, they are only free if you book a package with Disney hotels etc.

    Its only the under 3's that get in free.

    The annual pass info is on the French site (but anyone can buy when you get there)
    http://offres.disneylandparis.fr/passeport-annuel/index.xhtml

    thanks for that, both of mine are under three...

    Happy days.
  • cheekymolecheekymole Forumite
    3.4K posts
    The shopping mall is like Cite Europe in Calais but called Val d'Europe and it has a designer outlet right next to it although in my opinion the designer bit isn't worth bothering with
    I haven't got one!
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