Disneyland Paris Park Tickets

It’s that time of year again, as Disneyland Paris updates its Park Tickets for the new season, beginning 7th November 2013. This changeover date brings refreshed prices and offers to the range of entrance passes for Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park which will be carried right through to 2nd April 2014.

With the end of the 20th Anniversary, it’s a chance for the resort to refresh some of its longstanding offers. So far, the previous “Magic Ticket” or “20th Anniversary Ticket” for 1 Day / 2 Parks appears to have been dropped, in favour of a “Stay & Play” renaming of the two standard 1 Day tickets. This means there’s no longer 20% off a 1 Day / 2 Park ticket, but the good news is that all other tickets have been reduced across the board.

Here’s our complete comparison of all the ticket prices, from April 2013 to November 2013:

Ticket Type — Adult / Child (3-11yrs) — £Previous Price to £New Price

In the UK, the following two “extra days free” offers are also available:

This is the second year that ticket prices in Pound Sterling have decreased in November after an increase in April. Since all of the standard tickets are valid for 1 year*, it may be worth the gamble of buying your tickets before the next price changeover deadline even if you intend to visit later in the year — another increase this coming April could mean the savings really add up, though this is not guaranteed.

If you’re visiting for just one day (but why?!) and know the exact date, it might also be worth looking at the Billet Francilien offer on the French booking pages, which can provide big discounts if you book more than five days in advance for a specific dated ticket.

* Note that terms for special offer tickets vary, always read the terms & conditions first!

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