Disneyland Paris is one of those destinations that is enjoyable regardless of your age. One of our RadioTimes.com Digital Writers always wanted to go as a child, but unfortunately she must have been on Santa’s Naughty List. However, at 21, she made the trip to Disneyland Paris for an unforgettable day of rides, photos with Disney characters (the favourite being Jessie from Toy Story), yummy food, and pure magic.


If you’re planning a trip to one of the most magical places on earth, either with your family, friends, partner, or as a solo endeavour, we have the top tips and tricks to help you bag tickets for less – plus the top offers on Disneyland Paris packages.

At Disneyland Paris there are two parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, with some top attractions at the first park being The Art of Marvel, Disneyland Village, and plenty of rides and chances to meet the characters. Meanwhile, Walt Disney Studios Park boasts the Marvel Avengers Campus, Worlds of Pixar, and Toon Studio, where you can feel fully immersed in your favourite movies.

Let’s find out how you can bag cheap Disneyland Paris tickets.

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How to get cheap Disneyland Paris tickets

If there’s something the RadioTimes.com team excels at, it’s helping you find cheap tickets so you can do what you love for less. Just take a look at our how to get cheap concert tickets, how to get cheap theatre tickets, how to get cheap cinema tickets, and how to get cheap football tickets guides. Before we get on to the best Disneyland Paris deals and offers for this month, we have some general tips to help you save. Let’s check them out.

Planning ahead is key. The general advice is to book a holiday 180 days (around six months) in advance to ensure you’re getting the best early-bird price for your trip.

Next, avoid school holidays. If you’re taking little ones to Disneyland Paris, this can be easier said than done, however it will save you a fair chunk of money. For 2024, the school holidays are: Summer holidays (25th July until Friday 30th August), Autumn holidays (28th October 2024 to 1st November 2024), and Christmas holidays (21st December 2024 to 3rd January 2025).

Book a trip to Disneyland Paris from £112 per person at Disneyland Paris

Is two days enough in Disneyland Paris?

The official UK Disneyland Paris website recommends three days at the theme park: two days for Disneyland Park to cover its five themed lands, and one day for Walt Disney Studios Park with its four zones. Plus, three days gives you plenty of time to see the various shows and parades.

What is the cheapest month to go to Disneyland Paris?

Overall, January is the quietest and cheapest month of the year (as it seems to be with everything, ever). Post-Christmas, your bank account is pretty dry, moods can be low, and the weather is predictably terrible, which is why January tends to be the cheapest month. That all being said, a trip to Disneyland Paris would be perfect to cheer you up!

Disneyland Paris takes advantage of the sparse crowds to carry out maintenance and refurbishment on its attractions, so it’s worth bearing in mind that not all attractions will be open.

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Best Disneyland Paris cheap ticket deals for 2024

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Earn MagicStars for money off your next holiday

What's the deal: With the MagicStars reward program, you get 1 per cent of your booking value to redeem against your next MagicBreaks booking.

Why we chose it: As the MagicStars build up, you can put them towards your next holiday; 50 stars is the equivalent of £50 and 100 stars is the equivalent of £100 off. Like all loyalty rewards programs, this is a great way to secure money off something while you're purchasing something you were planning on anyway.

Earn MagicStars for money off your next holiday at MagicBreaks

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Book via the Disneyland Paris official website for the best prices

What’s the deal: On the official Disneyland Paris website, you can book a holiday from £112 per person per night. On other sites, such as MagicBreaks and loveholidays, it’s more expensive with MagicBreaks offering £169 per person, and loveholidays promoting £233 per person per night.

Why we chose it: If the extra perks don’t entice you, you may as well save the pounds on the actual holiday.

Book a trip to Disneyland Paris from £112 at Disneyland Paris

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Up to €50 free spending money with Attraction Tickets

What's the deal: If you book an onsite Disney Resort Hotel and ticket package at Attraction Tickets, the site will give you up to €50 spending money for absolutely free with every booking. This offer is available from now until 31st March 2025, and there's a two-night minimum stay.

Why we chose it: At Attraction Tickets, we like its flexible amendment and cancellation policy, which means you're able to amend or cancel your booking with a full refund anytime up to seven days before your arrival date. Plus, the option to pay in instalments is a great option for those of us who are money conscious.

Up to €50 free spending money with Attraction Tickets

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Save when you stay outside the Disneyland Paris resort with Booking.com

What’s the deal: Save money on accommodation when you choose to stay outside of the Disneyland Paris resort, and travel in.

Why we chose it: A Disneyland Paris park ticket starts from £50.87 per adult, and you can choose from one or two parks. With the package holidays starting from £137 per person, that’s £86.13 per person per night at the resort. When one of our RadioTimes.com writers went to Disneyland Paris, she stayed in an Ibis hotel near the theme park, bought a park ticket, and travelled in.

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Disneyland Paris park ticket and return flight from £269

What’s the deal: Stay at either the four-star Mercure Marne la vallee Bussy St Georges or the four star Hotel Novotel Marne La Vallee, with one day Disneyland Paris park tickets, plus return flights from one of five UK airports: London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester, or Edinburgh.

Why we chose it: You can always count on our friends at Wowcher to provide us with fantastic deals. This package starts from just £269 per person for a two-night stay.

Buy 4-star Mercure Paris Holiday with Disneyland Paris park ticket and return flight from £337.44 £269 (save £68.44 or 21%) at Wowcher

Get 57% off Disneyland Paris trip with breakfast, park tickets and return flights

What’s the deal: Stay at the Hotel Campanile Val de France with breakfast included, plus get return flights from one of six UK airports (London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Manchester, Birmingham, or Edinburgh), and optional park tickets from just £89 per person for a two-night stay.

Why we chose it: With flights from six UK airports, Wowcher really has made it simple to plan a Disneyland Paris holiday.

Buy Disneyland Paris trip with breakfast, park tickets and return flights from £229 £99 (save £130 or 57%) at Wowcher

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Save over £21 when you buy a dated Park Ticket

What's the deal: You can save up to £21.21 when you buy a dated ticket in comparison to an undated ticket via the official Disneyland Paris website. Undated park tickets cost from £97.21, whereas dated park tickets cost from £76, saving you a sizeable 22%.

Why we chose it: Although a dated ticket restricts you to a particular day, if you've already booked your holiday and know what day you're going to visit the park (which many of us do), then you may as well buy a dated ticket. However, we do know that sometimes life gets in the way, which is why Disneyland Paris offers a cancellation policy which allows you to cancel your park ticket and get a refund up to three days before your arrival.

Buy a dated Park Ticket at Disneyland Paris

Enjoy a free P&O Ferries crossing

What's the deal: You might not have Aladdin's flying magic carpet or Dumbo's ears, but you can drive your family to Disneyland Paris in the safety and comfort of your car! If you book a Disneyland Paris holiday before today (1st July 2024), you'll receive a free crossing with P&O Ferries included in your booking.

This offer is valid for arrivals from 9th May until 30th September 2024.

Why we chose it: Travelling to Paris via your car is a great alternative to travelling via plane or train, as we understand that not everybody feels comfortable doing that.

Get a free P&O Ferries crossing at Disneyland Paris

What is the cheapest way to get from the UK to Disneyland Paris?

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One of the cheapest and easiest ways to travel from the UK to Disneyland Paris is the Eurostar. The Eurostar departs from London St Pancras International station and gets in to Disneyland Paris (Marne-la-Vallée Chessy) or Paris, depending on which station you choose.

As always, it's important to book as far in advance as possible to secure the best possible pricing. Let's use this month as an example. At the time of writing (Monday 1st July), a Eurostar ticket for the same day (from London to Disneyland Paris) would set you back from £240.93, and the trip should take four hours two minutes. However, if you were to pick a day at the end of the month (Wednesday 31st July), tickets start from just £133.20.

Plus, children under the age of four can travel for free, as long as they sit on an adult’s lap for the entirety of the journey.

Buy Eurostar London to Disneyland Paris tickets at Trainline


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