Hi Daniel, sorry for the late reply. On the gate tickets …

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Hi Daniel,

sorry for the late reply. On the gate tickets are approx. €90 per day.

You can take a mobility scooter into the parks, yes. You can also hire a wheelchair at a rate of €20 per day (free for certain Annual Passes). You cannot hire a mobility scooter from Disneyland Paris but there are companies in the nearby vicinity who will deliver one (or a motorised wheelchair) to DLP for you although this can be expensive. You can buy the kids tickets before you go, yes & then sort out your own on the day. It may even be worth your while buying a Magic Plus Annual Pass for yourself even though you are only visiting for 2 days. The cost is €259 but you receive 10% discount & free carer. This would also give you free wheelchair rental, free parking, discount in shops & restaurants, VIP entrance & other discounts/benefits. A full list of benefits is on our website.

Lastly, make sure you go to Town Hall to receive a Disability Pass to help with queues etc.

Kind regards
Billy

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I am from the UK & our govt issues a Blue badge. It doesn’t state what the disability is but it it is only issued to those who have a disability in our country. If that is how your state recognises disability then it should suffice. If you receive any form of state aid or welfare due to disability then you could also take an award letter dated within past 12 months. Disney do not need to know what your disability is, just proof that you have a state/country recognised disability. If in doubt you can ring beforehand for clarity.

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just to update you incase you hadn’t heard, but Disney have changed the criteria for carers tickets & disability passes this week. You now need to take with you your DLA or PIP award letter dated within the last 12 months. You can also show a Blue Badge as proof. A doctors letter alone may now not be enough to get the free carers ticket.

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Hi Vicky,

just to update you incase you hadn’t heard, but Disney have changed the criteria for carers tickets this week. You now need to take with you your DLA or PIP award letter dated within the last 12 months. You can also show a Blue Badge as proof. A doctors letter alone may now not be enough to get the free carers ticket.

Kind Regards
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