When you arrive at the gates of either Disney Park, everyone above the age of 3 needs a ticket to get in. Though tickets are easy to buy once you're at the resort, it is highly recommended you buy your Disneyland Paris tickets in advance at Disneyland Paris.com to save both time and money at the gate, taking advantage of the security and great advance purchase offers available when buying direct online.
So, choose your ideal Disneyland Paris adventure — from 1 to 5 days of magic, one park or both!
You can now even collect your tickets at the park gates from new machines offering a faster, easier process — great if you'd like to skip postage times and costs, or if you've left it until the last minute!
Only available online, these special offer tickets can give great discounts on entry to the two Disney Parks. Be sure to check that the terms and conditions match with your plans to visit. Note that even though some offers here may only be available in Euros via the French version of the Disneyland Paris official website, these are print-at-home e-tickets and are available for all to purchase, possibly offering some great savings.
Of course, the easiest way to get your park tickets is to order them direct from Disneyland Paris. Not only will you save time at the gate, you can take advantage of special offer tickets with no mark-up or commission added.
Ordering tickets direct from Disneyland Paris either online or over the phone will require a delivery charge per ticket. Online payment must be made by Visa, Mastercard or American Express and you should allow 10 days for delivery. There is a maximum of 12 tickets per order online and 8 over the phone.
There are also other registered ticket sales agents operating online, for an alternative option to the direct site, who may have additional special offers:
For some orders you can now buy tickets online and collect them from automated machines at the park gates, offering a faster, easier process with no queues, postage charges or agonising waits for delivery. This service replaces the previous Print-at-home E-Ticket option (still offered for some purchases).
Turnstiles and Disney's Fastpass machines have now been adapted so that the process for both standard tickets (with a magnetic strip) and print-at-home E-tickets (with an optical barcode) is largely the same.
Unless you have an Annual Passport, make sure you follow these tips for re-entry and park hopping. Your Disneyland Paris ticket allows you free access into and out of the parks (and between them subject to the terms of your ticket) as many times as you like during its validity, so you can pop back to your car or your hotel and re-enter without problem.
The turnstile recognises the stamp ink and lets you back into the park, confirming you have already entered that day. Occasionally this hand stamping system is not used. In this case, just insert your ticket when you return or arrive at the other park.
There are some discounted tickets available only at the park gates. Though marketed only towards French visitors, these can be taken advantage of by anyone.
Over 60? At certain times you can get a reduced price 1 Day entry ticket upon presentation of valid ID containing your birth date (such as a passport).
Monday to Friday only, not available during Christmas holidays or on certain other peak dates.
Take a break from all that hard studying with a day at Disneyland Paris! The 1 Day Park Hopper is available for a much reduced price upon presentation of a valid international student identification card.
Different discounts apply for weekdays, weekends and holidays such as Christmas.