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The best cheap Disneyland Paris deals – like 2 nights for £149pp and cheap day passes

The best cheap Disneyland Paris deals – like 2 nights for £149pp and cheap day passes

THERE are some brilliant deals on holidays to Disneyland Paris right now – and a visit there really doesn’t have to break the bank.

Not only can you save on hotel and flight packages, but there’s also ways to save on food and drink when you’re there, too.

Heading to Disneyland Paris isn’t always the cheapest type of holiday – but there are ways to save

Read on for our guide on how to save on all things Disneyland Paris, including the Eurostar, camping and how to save money on food when you’re there.

Cheap weekend breaks

Wowcher and Groupon run deals to Disneyland Paris pretty much constantly. It’s worth keeping an eye on both their pages for deals which include flights, accommodation and park tickets.

Two night break with four star hotel and flights from £149pp plus 23 per cent discount on park tickets
Wowcher and Groupon have deals on Disneyland holidays all the time

Wowcher have a deal on a two night stay at the park from £149pp.

Or you can upgrade to three nights at the resort for £229pp.

You’ll also get to stay at the four star Vienna Dream Castle or the Vienna Magic Circus hotels when you’re there. to book.

Flights are included too and depart from Gatwick, Luton, Bristol and Stansted airports, and are before September 30.

Park tickets aren’t included, but there is a 23 per cent discount on them available, with a two night break including park tickets coming in at £249pp.

Four nights in Paris followed by Disneyland Paris with flights, park entry and hotels from £249pp
Check out Wowcher’s deal on a holiday to both Disneyland and Paris

If you want to visit Paris and take in the sight such as the Eiffel Tower as well as head to Disneyland then this deal from Wowcher is for you.

You’ll get two nights in Paris followed by two nights at Disneyland f or £249pp, or you can choose three nights in each destination for £289pp, saving 28 per cent on the normal price of the package. to book.

In Paris you’ll stay at the Art Hotel Congres or the Abrial Hotel before heading to the Hotel Kyriad Paris Disneyland for the second part of the break.

Flights from London Gatwick, Luton, Southend, Bristol, Manchester and Edinburgh are included.

You also get one day’s entry to the park included in the price.

25 per cent off hotels and tickets with free half board meal plan
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You can save 25 per cent off hotel and park packages as well and get free half board meal plans from this deal from the Disneyland Paris website. to book.

You’ll also get a free ferry crossing if you arrive before November 6.

A family of two adults and two children could save £966 with the deal if they choose a three night, four day stay. Book by July 31.

Get two nights free on breaks in November and December plus 10 per cent off meal plans
You can get 10 per cent off meal plans and two nights’ free with a special Disney deal

If you’re up for planning ahead then you can take advantage of two nights free on holidays from November 7 to December 31.

The deal on the official Disneyland website includes accommodation at a Disney hotel, tickets for both Disney parks and a meet and greet with Disney characters at your hotel – which kids will love.

You’ll also get a free Fastpasses for everyone in the party as well as 10 per cent off Disney’s meal plans.

The deal last until October 1. to book.

Save up to 46 per cent on one day park tickets with Fastpass included plus 15 per cent off Planet Hollywood
Cheap day tickets to the park can be yours from Attractiontix

Attractiontix have a deal where you can get up to 46 per cent off day tickets to the park.

Day tickets come in at £38 for children and adults and include Fastpass so you can queue jump at the most popular rides. to book.

You’ll also get a 15 per cent off voucher for Planet Hollywood which is located in Disney Village in the park.

You can also get 37 per cent off one day, two park tickets with Attractiontix.

They come in at £55 for both kids and adults and you’ll also get Fastpass and a Planet Hollywood discount.

Save on food by with the Disney Meals Plans
Disney’s meal plans will help you to plan and budget your money when you’re in the park

If you’re staying at a Disney hotel then you can choose from breakfast, standard, plus or premium plans to help with planning and budgeting.

You can also choose between half board and full board dining.

Food is then included at 23 restaurants across Disneyland Paris and you’ll get vouchers to purchase your meals with to keep things simple. Meals include a starter, main and dessert and a soft drink.

Prices start at £34 per adult per night for half board and £52 for full board per night. It’s £25 per night half board for kids and £37 full board. to book.

Save money by camping
Camping is a good way to save money on your holiday – especially if you couple it with cheap day tickets to the parks (Pictured: Eurocamp’ Paris Est-Champigny)

If you’re aiming to save money by booking cheap day tickets to the park then you can save further by camping when you get to the park.

Camp at Camping La Croix du Vieux Pont from €504 (£445.20) for seven night’s tent pitch in July. to book.

It’s around an hour’s drive from the park and has basketball courts, football pitches, minigolf, bowling, archery, go-karting and more on site.

There’s also a gym, a playground and a children’s disco on site.

Or you can head to Eurocamp’s Paris Est-Champigny site which is just 30 minutes away from Disneyland and seven miles away from Paris itself.

It’s set in woodland on the banks of the river Marne, and has cycle hire and canoeing.

Stay for seven nights in a three bed, one bathroom holiday home with a deck and air conditioning for £640 in August. to book. 

Cheap Eurostar tickets
Book six months in advance for the cheapest Eurostar fares out there

If you’re not driving then Eurostar is a good option – and there are savings to be made.

Direct trains to Marne-la-Vallée run during school holidays and half terms, or you can get there with a quick change in Lille.

The best way to find cheap tickets is by searching for fares six months (180 days) in advance when prices can be as low as £29 one way.

If you’re flexible with fares then early mornings or mid-week departures will be the cheapest. We found tickets for £58 return when searching for October. to book.

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