Annual Passes

Annual Passes at DLP


Are you looking to buy a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass?

Annual Passes can be one of the best purchases you will make if you are looking to spend more than a few days in Disneyland Paris. Of course, they aren’t for everyone and if you have found a great deal on a Disney Hotel then Annual Passes may not be worth your while buying.

What is a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass ?

A DLP Annual Pass is a special park ticket which lasts for 365 days from activation. There are 3 levels of Annual Pass, each with special benefits according to price. Annual Passes offer discounts on restaurants, parking, special events & more.

Should I buy a DLP Annual Pass ?

Well, everyone’s holiday plans are different but generally speaking, if you intend to visit for more than 3/4 days per visit, or spend a lot of money in shops and restaurants then Annual Passes could offer big savings. If you intend on visiting more than once in any year then the savings can be massive! Read our full guide and if you still aren’t sure then contact us for more advice.

Disneyland Paris Annual Passes Benefits

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CLICK ON THE PASS YOU WISH TO PURCHASEDisneyland Paris Bronze Annual Pass
Bronze Pass
Disneyland Paris Silver Annual Pass
Silver Pass
Disneyland Paris Gold Annual Pass
Gold Pass
Accessibility170 Days300 Days365 Days
Park Hoppingyesyesyes
Shopping Discountno10% Discount15% Discount
Restaurant Discountno10% Discount15% Discount
Exclusive AP Eventsyesyesyes
Extra Magic Timenonoyes
Free Parkingyesyesyes
Annual Photopassno10% Discountyes

 Detailed Information on DLP Annual Pass Benefits

  • Accessibility – Please check the dates below for Annual Pass restrictions (also called Blockout Dates). Unlimited access is given to both Disney Parks according to your Pass validity calendar until the parks capacity is reach. Booking on the registration platform is required, with a limit of 3 simultaneous reservations. As always, Under 3s do not require a Pass or Ticket. *Important information for Bronze Pass holders: For a first visit of 2 consecutive days, please note that you can only register the second date once you have entered the Disney Parks on day 1.
  • Shopping Discount – Hand over your pass at the till before purchase in all onsite, Disney village & Hotel boutiques. Some limited edition & sale items may not be included in the discount so please ask before you buy if you are unsure.
  • Restaurant Discounts – Discounts are applicable on posted prices including VAT of meals and non-alcoholic drinks in the restaurants of the Disney Hotels and Parks of Disneyland Paris, as well as in those of at Disney Village mentioned : Annette’s Diner, La Grange, Sports Bar, Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon, New York Style Sandwiches and The Steakhouse, and the discount is valid for 6 people including the Disneyland Pass holder. Discount applicable on the following presold options (for Disneyland Pass Silver and Gold): meals at Auberge de Cendrillon, meals at Plaza Gardens Restaurant & Birthday treat. Discount is valid outside blackout days. This benefit is not applicable in quick service karts and kiosks, and in Disneyland Paris Hotels bars. 
  • Extra Magic Hours – Check out our DLP Extra Magic Time guide. Qualifying annual pass holders are entitled to early entry to the parks before normal public opening time or for extended time in the evenings. Please check the official Disneyland Paris app for times per day.
  • Parking – Access to the Disney Parks car park is included for light vehicles and motorcycles, on the days of validity of your Disneyland Pass until the closing time of the Disneyland Park. A supplement of €15 per day will be requested from motorhomes. Parking is strictly prohibited in the parking lot reserved for buses. Access to the car park is not applicable during special events (excluding events reserved for Disneyland Pass Holders). Access to the car park is strictly for personal use.
  • Event Invites – Throughout the year, surprises await all Annual Pass and Disneyland Pass Members, including special encounters with Disney® Characters and exclusive events.
    Stay tuned to our Facebook/Instagram pages for more information.
  • Annual Photopass – This benefit is limited to one Disney Annual PhotoPass™+ maximum per pass holder. A Disney Annual PhotoPass™+ is valid for one year from the purchase or collection date (instead of 10 days compared to the PhotoPass+™ Premium sold for €90 in stores at publication date) and can be used in certain attractions, at locations offering “Magic Shots”, iconic locations, as well as during meetings with Disney Characters in the presence of Disney PhotoPass™+ photographers. This period of validity is independent of that of the Disneyland Pass and cannot be changed. The Disney Annual PhotoPass™+ is available to be collected at the main shops of Disneyland Paris upon presentation of a valid Disneyland Pass.
  • Park Hopping – Annual Pass holders are free to visit both Disneyland Park & Walt Disney Studios, “hopping” between parks as often as they like.

How do you buy a DLP Annual Pass ?

You can purchase an annual pass for Disneyland Paris in four ways.

  1. You can download the application form from the Disneyland Paris website and send by regular mail. Alternatively call the Annual Passport office in Disneyland Paris using the phone number 08448 008 898. This number can also be used by current AP holders to book a room only stay using their discount.
  2. You can also apply BUY your Annual Pass online from Disneyland Paris directly via the DLP Online Form on the official website. you ay need to change the language to direct you to the French site in the top corner to purchase. (We hope this is changed soon to allow non-French speakers easier purchases) Google Translate will help you!
  3. You can also telephone if you are a French resident by calling (+33) 0825 825 100
  4. Perhaps the most popular way (especially if you are not a French resident) is to buy it direct from the Disneyland Park itself when visiting. The annual pass office is open 10am-6pm weekdays & from 10am-8pm on weekends for most of the year, although it is best to call in advance especially if going during low season. Follow these steps to purchase in the parks direct. Closing times may be earlier during off-season low periods.
  • At the park entrance you can pay for an annual pass at all ticket windows.  (Alternatively you can buy a single day ticket. On the day of your visit and for up to 31 days afterwards, deduct the price of your 1-day admission ticket from the price of any Annual Passport)
  • You will be given a temporary ticket allowing you access to the parks for that day. You MUST exchange for annual pass on the same day as purchase.
  • Take your temporary pass to the Annual Pass office (large building to the left of Discoveryland entrance) or gate 12 at Walt Disney Studios entrance.
  • Go to the desk and let a CM know which annual pass you wish to purchase.
  • The CM at the desk will then ask for your details. You must take your passport (or similar photo ID) and give them your address, name, telephone number etc.
  • Once the form is filled in you will be photographed and this will be placed onto your pass which will be printed out within just a few minutes.
  • You are free to use the pass and earn all the benefits which you are entitled to!

Can you Pay Monthly for a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass ?

YES! You can now purchase any of the Disneyland Paris Annual Passes in monthly instalments. The cost varies dependant on level of Pass acquired.

  • Bronze Pass monthly payment option – €91 initial payment + 11 monthly payments of €18
  • Silver Pass monthly payment option – €169 initial payment + 11 monthly payments of €30
  • Gold Pass monthly payment option – €204 initial payment + 11 monthly payments of €45

DLP Annual Pass Blockout Dates  2023 & 2024

Bronze Pass Blockout Dates 2023

  • July – 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st
  • August – All Dates Blocked Out
  • September – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 30th
  • October – 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st
  • November – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th
  • December – 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st

Bronze Pass Blockout Dates 2024 

  • January – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
  • February – 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st
  • March – 1st, 2nd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 30th, 31st
  • April – All Dates Blocked Out
  • May – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th
  • June – 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th
  • July – 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st

Silver Pass Blockout Dates 2023

  • July – NO Blockout Dates
  • August – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
  • September – NO Blockout Dates
  • October – 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st
  • November – 1st, 2nd, 3rd
  • December – 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 31st

Silver Pass Blockout Dates 2024

  • January – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
  • February –NO Blockout Dates
  • March – 30th, 31st
  • April – 1st, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th
  • May – 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th, 26th
  • June – 1st, 2nd
  • July – NO Blockout Dates


Gold Pass holders have no restrictions on dates to visit and have 365 Day access to both parks.







  1. Hello great site and advice! we are a family of 3 visiting DLP in July. we will be visiting the parks on 3 days total for our trip and may return at a later date. I’m looking to buy the infinity pass for myself then using the pass benefits of 39EUR each day for the other 2 tickets, however i understand you cannot pre book these – and have to be bought on the day, what time will the ticket desk open to purchase these? as i was buying the infinity pass for the savings but also for the extra magic hours, that i understand can be used for all guests travelling – however if the ticket desks aren’t open during extra magic hours then this would maybe make me re think 🙂 thanks Nic

    • Hi Nic,

      Sorry for the late reply but we have had a lot of posts blocked by our over-zealous spam filter!

      Ticket desks open at 8:30am. Be aware though that you can only purchase up to 5 tickets per week. So 2 people needing 3 days of tickets each would not be valid under friends/family discount.

      Kind Regards

    • Hi Dan,

      All prices are listed on our Annual PAsses page. There are no Adult/Child prices. All passes are one price.

  2. Hi. I am wondering how annual passholders find out about special events? I saw on twitter an annual passholder night in Sept 2019 so it made me wonder how to find out about these things ahead of time? Thank you.

  3. Hi, i applied for discovery annual passes (received in DLP on 4th Feb); bank declined credit card payment yesterday as the company charging was “Le Grande Livre” and not “Eurodisney” as advised. Spoke to someone in DLP on the phone and she said whole application has been sent back due to declined payment. Am I better off sending in new application asap or should I wait till other one comes back?

    • Hi Caroline,

      You should contact your bank as some banks are known to block international transactions until authorised by the account holder. It’s just a case of them lifting the block & DLP re-submitting the request.

      So, best option would be letting bank know you will be making this payment then calling DLP back & asking to re-process rather than send back.

      Failing that i would just wait on the form, photos etc to be returned which should be a couple of days.

      Kind regards

  4. Hi, I sent away for 5 discovery passes on 28th January (20% discount), received in France on 4th February, credit card payment of €595 was declined today as unknown requester (Le Grand Livre). Rang up DLP and lady told me my application was sent back as payment declined! We are going on 25th March. Am I better off sending whole new application ASAP or wait for other one to be returned to me? I wanted to get the passed fully activated before we go

  5. Looking at getting year pass for our next visit in July if I brought them now would they be activated from now or on the 1st day we entered the parks then for the year ? As don’t wanna waste time on pass knowing we wouldn’t be going until July this year!! Or am I best to get them on our 1st day we arrive at park and can you still do the monthly payment sceme thanks in advance

    • Hi Adam,

      If you buy now over the phone or by downloading & posting the AP form then they will send you out a “temporary pass”. This pass is exchanged on arrival for your full Annual Pass. The date of validity would begin upon arrival. Temporary passes last 6 months so only order one within 6 months of your first day.

      You can still do monthly payments option.

      Kind Regards

      • Hi Adam,

        Yes, i.e. if you receive your temp pass on 1st March you will have until 1st August to exchange for your Annual Pass. If you exchange it on July 27th then your pass will run from July 27th for a full year

  6. Thanks so much for the info! Sorry to be a pain but so I’m clear in my mind. We can buy the magic plus at the park & we’ll be able To use it everyday?
    Also, do you know how much the handling fee is to buy these over the phone so we have done them before we get there?
    Many thanks again!

    • Hi Lesley,

      That’s correct. With a Magic Plus pass you will be able to enter the parks every day in August with zero blockout dates for any reason. There is no fee for purchasing these by post or over the phone.

      If you buy over the phone you will receive a temporary pass by email which you print off & show at the turnstiles. This allows you into the parks & you need to go to the Annual Pass office to have your picture taken, sign the form & they will create your full pass there & then. The process takes about 20-45 minutes.

      You can save this time & have a fully activated pass sent out to you by printing the order form on the Disneyland website, filling it in including payment details. You then post it to the address on the form, including in the envelope 2 passport sized photos & a note asking for a “fully activated pass”. This way you will not need to go to the Annual Pass office at all as the pass will already be activated the day they send you your pass.

      In August, wait times at the Annual Pass office will likely be at the high end of the 40 min wait time.

      Kind Regards

  7. Hello,

    I’m planning to go to DLP on 6th to 10th April. I’ve booked the hotel separately and planning to buy annual passes. Do you know if the prices of the AP are due to go up on 1st April and if so when will we find out the price? It would make sense for me to try and get sponsored and save 10% but not if it means paying the higher AP price. Thanks

    • Hi Bridget,

      We don’t know when or even if prices will go up this year I’m afraid. Last year they increased on March 21st but only the Discovery & Magic Flex/Plus passes had a small price rise. Infinity was unchanged. The 3 lower passes had increases of around 6%, 13% & 4% respectively. I can’t be much help I’m afraid but in todays climate & with a number of planned closures & renovations i personally would be surprised if there was an increase even close to 10%.

      Unfortunately it comes down to a judgement call for yourself.

      Kind Regards

  8. Hi,

    Thanks so much for your reply. If I was to buy the passes over the phone & then swap the temp pass for Annual pass when we get to the park are day 2 & 3 counted as block out days like I have read in some of your previous posts? We just don’t want to be stuck not being able to use the passes at any point in our week. We travel on 18th aug so safe from the parks blackout dates.

    Thanks again for your help!

    • Hi Lesley,

      Sorry for the late reply. Theday 2 & 3 blockout dates ONLY apply to Discovery Pass holders. Magic Flex & upwards are totally fine.

      Kind Regards

  9. Hi,

    There are 5 of us (2adults, 3kids) visiting Paris in August this year. We are wanting to purchase the magic flex annual pass as we are in Paris for 7 days so we can visit Disney as much as we like in that week.
    Can I buy the pass online or do I have to do this by post? If I buy the annual passes on the first day in the park are there days I then can’t use the pass that week?
    Will the 20% off large family discount still be available later in the year? I was hoping to get the passes before we go but nearer the time so maybe July so passes can then run July-July rather then sat in drawer until August.
    Love your website by the way! Fantastic information Ive found on here!

    • Hi Lesley,

      The Magic Flex has blockout dates on 14th, 15th & 16th August. If you are going on these dates then you won’t have park access. Every other day is fine. Magic Plus & Infinity have no blockout dates.

      You can buy the passes over the phone, by post or when you arrive & have the option of paying in full or taking the monthly payment option.

      The 20% family discount is a fixed offer with no current end date (it’s been running for years).

      If you purchase over the phone or by post they will send you a temporary pass which allows you entry on day 1 & you then exchange the temp pass that day for a full Annual Pass. The temporary pass can be bought anytime 6 months in advance of your trip & will run from the date you activate it for 12 months.

      If you need any further help then feel free to ask!.

      Kind Regards

  10. Hi there, going to Disneyland Paris for 4 days and so it’s a no brainier to get an annual pass.
    Just wondering, if you have bought a single day ticket in advance (not on the gate) can you still just upgrade this to an annual pass on the day and have the day ticket price deducted?

    Thanks so much!

    • Hi Dan,

      Yes, you can upgrade a day ticket bought in advance from any seller (not just Disney directly) as long as the ticket has the value you printed on it so that Disney can deduct the value from your AP cost.

      Kind Regards

  11. Hi,

    If you send off the form to pre-purchase an Annual Pass, can you choose the start date or is it the date DLP create your pass?

    Also, if you wish to pay by Direct Debit, is that only possible if you buy the pass in the park? Doesn’t look like it is possible from the form?

    Many thanks,


    • Hi Sam,

      You have 2 choices of start date which depends on how you send your application. You can either do a normal postal application & they will send out a “temporary” pass which you upgrade to a full pass on your first day. Thus activates the pass & starts on the first visit.

      The 2nd choice is to apply for a fully activated pass which will start, as you say, on the date they send it out to you. You can’t choose a fixed date I’m afraid.

      You can pay monthly using the postal forms, check the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass page link here –

      Scroll down to the links to download the forms & you need to print off the THIRD form for monthly payments.

      I hope that helps, feel free to ask anything else

      Kind Regards

  12. Hi! I Have a question about the Annual Pass. I want to buy the Discovery one. Can I buy it on Friday, March 29, and use it next Monday, April 1? Does Saturday and Sunday count as 2nd and 3rd blockout days after purchase it? Thank you!

    • Hi Marta,

      Yes, Saturday and Sunday would count as the 2nd & 3rd day blockouts. You could then visit on the Monday with your Discovery Pass. The blockouts for April are from the 6th onwards but the 1st-5th is accessible for Discovery passes.

      Kind Regards

  13. Hi Billy. I am going to DLP just before Xmas. Have booked travel and hotel separately. There are 3 X adults and 4 kids going for 3 days in the park. A couple of questions if you don’t mind..
    There is me, my 3 kids and partner living here but my partner has different surname (not married) to us. What way could we prove he lives here to get 20% annual pass discount? If this can’t be done then what we be the most cost effective solution to buying park tickets for all 7 of us (2 friends plus us 5) I think I’ve worked out if 3 of us got annual (magic plus) passes and bought others discounted day passes, does this sound about right? Many thanks for your knowledge and wisdom.

    • Hi Verity,

      DLP understand modern family dynamics & although it says you need to be related, this isn’t always strictly true for many families. Is your partner the father of any of the children? That would easily show a family connection. If not you can try to get proof such as joint bank account, letters to the address or anything like that showing a family connection of him at the address. Things such as Tax Credit letters where you are both named? It’s not 100% certain & could depend on the CM you are served by but most should see the connection if you have evidence & entitle you to the 20% family discount off your 5 Annual Passes.

      If it doesn’t work out then yes, your plan sounds the best way to go although it may be worthwhile looking at one of you getting an infinity pass for the added shopping & restaurant discounts among other perks. You would also get a free Annual Photopass with it which all 7 of you could use to get free photos at meet ‘n’ greets & rides etc. It would also save a lot on discounts at restaurants if you are all eating together as the AP can get discount for up to 6 people at the table of 20% etc Something to think about.

      If you need any further help then feel free to ask.

      Kind regards

      • Thank you so much for your advice. I think I’ve worked out a way to show link for 20% discount, am I correct in thinking we all have to purchase same pass not mix?. Also could you clarify how would I go about getting the day pass discount b pet annual pass, can this be done if I send off for passes by post?

        • Hi Verity,

          You can mix passes. You get the day pass discount by buying a day ticket at the entry gates on each day simply showing your Annual Pass.

          Kind Regards

  14. Hi, we’re going to do what you suggested and get the annual passes before we go. So do we just need to attach a note to the form asking them to activate it for us before sending?? We go in the 3rd December if we send them off Monday will they get here in time??

    • Yes they will arrive in time. Attach a small note but ALSO 2 x passport style photographs of each person applying along with the usual printed & filled in application.

      Kind Regards

      • Okay, that’s great, we’re going to send off the application for my mothers discovery annual pass tomorrow , is it going to cause confusion if we use my address as the delivery address as I’m going to be paying for it? I’m just going to get my pass when I’m there as going to get the magic plus annual pass now so there’s not black out days while we’re there.
        So do I just need an ID photo of my mother , scanned copy of her ID (using her driving licence ) and then an scanned copy of my ID (using passport) as I’m paying for it??

        • Hi Florrie,

          sorry for the late reply!

          Yes, you need to send off the application form along with 2 passport sized photos of your mother, a copy of id & the payment along with a short note detailing you want a fully activated pass sent out.

          Kind regards

  15. Hi,
    Were going to Disneyland Paris in December for 4 days in December (there’s 4 of us going) but spending one day in Paris. My daughter already has An infinity annual pass and gets a free carer. I was going to buy myself and my mother a discovery pass but read somewhere it can’t be used on the 2nd and 3rd day is this correct? We’re staying in sequoia lodge room only, as book it with daughters infinity discount. Or would I need to upgrade to the next pass to be able to use it in the Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of our trip??
    Thank you