Early birds can book a Disneyland Paris vacation with 30% off


Disneyland Paris first opened its doors about 20 years ago. Initially, it had the name Euro Disney Resort and it included only one resort. Later, as its popularity started to grow, the Walt Disney Studios Park was added to the attraction. Today, Disneyland is the most visited theme park not only in France, but in Europe. Moreover, it is the largest Disney resort outside the U.S.

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Disneyland Paris has prepared some amazing offers . Now you can enjoy a discount of up to 30% off Disney Park tickets and hotel.

Depending on your choice of accommodation and the length of your stay, you can receive discounts between 10% and 30%. The best thing about the offers is that the longer you stay the bigger discount you will get.

Those of you who book rooms in Disneyland Paris Hotel Santa Fe, Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne or Disney’s Sequoia Lodge for 2 nights and 3 days will pay 10% less. For a 3-night/4day stay, your discount will become 20%. If you to check into Disney’s Newport Bay Club, the Disneyland Hotel or Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch, the discounts will start at 20% for a 2-night/3-day stay. Moreover, if you decide to stick around for 4 nights and 5 days or longer in any of these hotels, you will enjoy a discount of up to 30%.

Disneyland Paris’ special packages include accommodation in one of Disney’s hotels and breakfast. Also, every day you will be given tickets for both Disney Park. In addition, you will be allowed to use services like Extra Magic Hours with which you can use the Disneyland Park 2 hours before it is opened. Another service called Free Fastpass will enable you to pass though queues faster. Also, you can visit the 20th anniversary extension festivities like Disney Dreams.

The best thing about this promotion is that it offers free Disney Park tickets and hotel for kids 12 or under.

Head to Disneyland Paris’ website now and book your stay. The offer is valid for packages booked by March 28th and for arrivals between March 31st and August 31st, 2013.


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