A Guide to Disneyland Paris
If you’re travelling to Disneyland Paris, there are a few ways you can save money. One way is to save money on plane tickets. The easiest way to do this is to simply book well in advance–months ahead if possible.
Alternately, Disneyland Paris has preferred airline partners, including EasyJet, British Airways, and Air France, and Flybe. Although packages from these airlines will not necessarily provide the lowest rates on your airplane ticket, they may be combined with a discount on park admission tickets.
You can find inexpensive accommodations outside the park. Many hotels near the park are owned by Disneyland, so the trick is to find a hotel that is near the park, but not so close that it is overpriced. There are inexpensive non-Disney hotels in the Val d’Europe area, which often provide a free shuttle and are near a train station. If you do decide to stay at an official Disney hotel, note that Hotel Cheyenne and Hotel Santa Fe are the least costly options, but are somewhat far from the park.
And last, but not least, you can save money by purchasing admission to the park before you go on your trip. Tickets are most expensive at the gate, so it is better to purchase a ticket on the official website or through Ticketmaster. Discounts are available depending on the time of the visit and how many of the parks you want access to.