It seems that Disneyland Paris is charging British families 60 per cent more than the French for it's theme park tickets.
Special discount offers on the park’s French language website are not available to customers using the English version. If customers in the UK decide they will try to purchase tickets on the French site are blocked from purchasing them if they do not have a credit card registered to a French address.
A French family of two adults and two children could buy day passes to Disneyland Park and its sister park Walt Disney Studios for a total of 142 euros (£119) by taking advantage of an offer giving children under 12 free entry.
But the equivalent British family cannot access this offer and would have to pay £192 for the same passes, 62 per cent more.
In another offer, customers in French can buy one day ticket for entry to one park for 44 euros (£37) each for both adults and children.
The closest tickets to these for British people would cost £50 for adults and £35 for children.
A Disneyland Paris spokesman said: ‘We strive to offer all our visitors the best value and flexibility when booking a trip to Disneyland Paris, with a wide range of promotions available to suit visitors’ different needs.
'A variety of promotions are offered at different times of the year to each market to reflect the local needs.
'In the case of the UK market the most popular promotions are those combining accommodation and/or travel plus park tickets.
A recent promotion exclusive to the UK market offered up to 50 per cent off hotel and park tickets, plus free hotel and park tickets for children under 12.’