Hi Emma This is a complicated one !! Currently for those October …

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Hi Emma
This is a complicated one !!
Currently for those October dates you are being offered Free Half Board meal plan & under 7s stay & play free. This makes staying onsite very expensive.

This is what I would do.

1. Book the package via DLP official site for your husband & 2 kids (current cost £1051) The cost for adding your sister & yourself would be £1358 so you have saved £300
2. Upon checkin let the staff know you wish to ADD YOURSELF & SISTER to the booking as you have an AP (this costs roughly €1 per night tax eaxh but gets you room PLUS breakfast)
3. Buy yourself & your sister a day ticket at the parks & exchange it for Annual Pass once inside. This will cost a total of between £220 & £400 depemding on what passes.

Now, your husband & child will receive vouchers for a free evening meal (worth £21 per night adult £11 child) plus ALL of you will be entitled to breakfast at the hotel. Your 1 year old obviously eats for free at buffet restaurants or can share your plate at table restaurants. You can use your food vouchers as part payment at Inventions, Café Mickey etc. You will then be able to use your annual pass discounts to save up to 20% in shops & 10% on restaurants plus a whole range of other things such as free lockers, free parking, free drink at table service restaurants etc as detailed above.

When it comes to May holiday it will be the same. Book your husband & kids under the package room & then add yourself at checkin. You will save hundreds over the cost of both holidays.

Hopefully ive explained it well enough

Regards
Billy

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I will email you as it’s quite specific request & I need to clarify something else which may help.

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The only way to get AP discounts on hotel stays is to call the Annual Passeport office in Disneyland Paris using the phone number 08448 008 898.

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