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Disneyland Paris Money Saving Tips

Disneyland Paris on a budget

DLP on a budgetWe are currently working on bringing as many top moneysaving tips for your trip to Disneyland Paris as we can.

We will continually update this page with any tips & tricks to stretch those pennies for anyone wishing to save money while visiting Disneyland Paris as we all know how expensive it can be……. besides, the more money we save…. the more times we can go back !!

To start you off we will just throw in some of our favourite tips until we have time to fully address this topic :

 

  • Prices vary throughout Europe but you can book using ANY EU countries offer on the Disneyland Paris official site. You can also phone & ask for a specific countries deal.
  • In the train station just before the Disney parks entrance you can purchase supplies such as Juice, bread, cereals or other snacks to take into the parks.
  • Disney Village has a McDonalds restaurant which is pretty much as cheap as it is back home!
  • Santa Fe & Cheyenne Hotels are the cheapest onsite hotels but are regularly voted the best themed by visitors (especially Cheyenne). Perfect if you only intend to use hotel as a base.
  • If you are staying onsite then you can take a few pastries (croissants, Pain au Chocolat, Bread rolls) from your buffet breakfast to have as a light lunch.
  • Take an empty water bottle & use the free water fountains throughout the park to refill for free. You could also jazz it up with some handy sized diluting juice bottles.
  • Check the back of your receipts as there are often vouchers for free drinks or money off another purchase.
  • Split meals. Some portions are large enough to share such as the Double fish & Chips in Toad Hall restaurants or an adults Pizza from various locations.
  • Before you go buy ponchos from Poundland as they can cost €10 per person when you get there and get caught in a downpour!!

 

Feel free to add your own moneysaving tips to the comment section below & we will be sure to add them to our “On a Budget” list !!

3 Comments

  1. If you are feeling overwhelmed and need some help planning your family’s trip to Disneyland Paris, take a deep breath. Thanks to many of these tips, our first trip to Disneyland Paris ended up being one of the most memorable — and budget-friendly — trips we’ve taken together as a family so far!

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  2. Hello,
    I´d like to ask you – is it cheaper to buy tickets online or buy them at the park? I´ve been to DLP once and I bought it online, and then I saw everyone carrying around little sized tickets (they´re quite lovely)- those you get only if you buy them there?
    Thank you so much!

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    • Hi Tereza

      It is cheaper buying online before you go. The small tickets are when you buy a Disney package of hotel & tickets. They come with pictures of goofy, mickey, minnie etc on them. Annual Passes are also credit card sized.

      Kind Regards
      Billy

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