Hi David, Do you mean how much do they cost if …

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Hi David,

Do you mean how much do they cost if buying the standard dresses in DLP? They are about €70 for a standard dress.


The Prestige dresses are about €100-€150. You can get Belle, Tiana, Anna/Elsa,Cinderella


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Princess for a Day Makeover
Hi Teri,

Sorry to hear this, it’s not usual for this to happen. I can only re-iterate methods of contact for you which may be successful :

please contact the Booking Office on:

08448 008 898
Booking Office opening hours (UK time):
Monday – Friday : 9.00am – 8.00pm
Saturday : 9.00am – 6.00pm
Sunday : 10.00am – 5.30pm

contact Disney® Special Activities by email at dlp.disney.special.activities@disney.com

Also, please check your junk folder incase any replies have made it there.

I hope you get an answer as this is not very good at all!

Kind regards

Princess for a Day Makeover
Hi June,

You may be a bit early for booking a spot and may have to wait until 30 or 60 days but if you email the team they can let you know the exact date you can place a booking. You can only pre-book packages which cost €120 & upwards.

Booking the €55 princess for a day starter package must be done in person at the ‘Galerie Mickey’ shop located on the second floor of the Disneyland Hotel. It is advisable to book as soon as you can on the day you wish to receive the package. There are limited times & places each day.

You can book the premium packages, which include a dress, in advance by contacting the Disneyland Paris Special Activities team via email using the following address : dlp.disney.special.activities@disney.com

Kind Regards

Princess for a Day Makeover
Hi Kelly,

The €55 package does not include a dress. The €120 package includes a dress from La Galerie Mickey shop in Disneyland Hotel. The dresses on offer vary so I can’t tell you exactly which dresses will be on offer on any given day. They do often have Rapunzel dresses but the Rapunzel wedding dress is excluded as it is a much more expensive dress.

As abackup you are able to take your own dress (which will be much cheaper buying online or from Asdas etc) before you go & then choosing the €55 package as you wouldn’t then need a dress.

Kind regards.

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Annual Passes
Hi Eirini,

That looks the cheapest option. discovery passes would be blocked out for 3 of your days so Magic Flex is best. You could try and find a sponsor for you all, this would get each of you 10% discount. I assume you are spending all 5 days at DLP? If you are only spending 4 days then you could save a little bit by buying 4-day tickets for the kids. They are on sale now in many outlets at around €144 per child with a few discount vouchers for dining places whilst there.. The adults would be still be better with the Annual Pass & also for the additional benefits & discounts they bring.

Have a great time!

Visitors with Disabilities
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

Annual Passes
Hi tracey,

That’s great news! Fingers crossed they arrive soon as I can imagine it’s a bit of a worry!! Disney will sort it out for you 🙂

Have a magical time


Annual Passes
Hi Tracey,

That’s not good at all! You can try the other numbers I will list below but they should really be able to help you at the AP office, it may be that you have just been handled by an inexperienced advisor.

Info hotline for UK residents: 08448 008 111 (Call cost 5p/min from a BT landline, other networks may vary.)
Central AP queries : +33 160306069
Central Information : +33 160306030

The Central information hotline is also the number which will deal with complaints & many other queries so they should have all the answers you need or at least put you through to someone who has the answers. You could also try emailing them in the meantime on dlp.guest.communication@disney.com to see if they can help.

Kind Regards

Visitors with Disabilities
Hi Karen,

The only AP which you cannot use on days 2 & 3 are the Discovery passes. If you are purchasing the Magic Plus, Magic Flex or Infinity Pass then you do not have to worry about day 2 & 3 (unless they are scheduled blackout dates). You don’t need to go to the hassle of applying by post as long as you are not purchasing the Discovery Pass.

Yes, as long as you have a blue badge you can park for free in the car park. Which Annual Pass are you looking to buy & when are your dates for visiting ?

Kind regards