2 nights at Newport Bay hotel

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  1. Britchick

    Britchick Well-Known Member

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    At DLRP, 2 nights, eurotunnel, 3 day tickets, no meals £1508!!!!!


    I want to go back to DLRP but that's half the price we paid for 2 to go to WDW for 12 nights with the dining plan included! Absolutely ridiculous prices
     
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    I'd love to go back to DLP too but I'm the same, the price is extortionate.
     
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    It is crazy prices there and I cant really understand why. I think if we were to go anytime soon we will think about staying at davy crockets.
    Probably wont go again for a few years.
    I like dlrp because its a quick disney fix within 2 hours but the prices they charge and the costs when your there really is ridiculous. Its no wonder the place doesnt make money.
    My mum and dad go quite a bit but they use their dvc points to go.

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    I use these following company and they have been fairly reasonable http://www.breakstodisney.com/disneyland-paris and http://www.worldtravellers.co.uk/Disney-Holidays/Disneyland-Paris/

    What I usually do is to get a quote from one of them and approach another to ask they if they can beat the quote. When they do I go back to the original agent and tell them and they do attempt to beat the other agent quote. When they do I usually save at least £150 to £200.

    This was two years ago, I am not sure if they will do this again...

    Maybe it worth giving this a go?
     
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    Silly prices :nono: Why it has to be so expensive is beyond me, when you think of the size of it compared to the Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studions it's daylight robbery.

    One of the reasons why I will probably never go back.
     
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    I think the most expensive part of it all is the euro tunnel. When we next go I might drive over there that way we can get to and from davy crockets.
    Its a shame its expensive

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    Thanks Jeff will have a look, eurotunnel was £500 ridiculous really
     
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    The cheapest I can find is for £1200 for my dates, oh well it was a nice idea!
     
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    Thats a bit better but still a lot of money for what is essentially a weekend away. You could probably go to new york for that. I think euro tunnel take the p a little bit with their prices - im sure they never used to be that expensive

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