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Just priced up DLRP for Oct half term

Discussion in 'Disneyland Resort Paris' started by Claire, Jun 14, 2010.

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    Claire She lost the crayons!

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    And if I book directly with DLRP for the Explorers Hotel and park tickets and the tunnel directly with the Channel Tunnel for 4 nights/5 days it comes to £2,042. If I book the hotel directly on their own website, the park tickets and the tunnel all separately it comes to £1,381! How can they justify £661 extra for nothing more? :unsure:
     
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    is that for the 5 of you claire?
    i priced mid october a few days back for 2 of us £1700 i just cant justife that for 3 nights without even a weekend in it :(
     
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    That's for 3 adults, 2 children arriving on a Sunday, leaving on a Thursday.
     
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    ooo you've done well! but as you say, it seems important to shop around because the savings doing it one way rather than another are just HUGE
     
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    Wow, thats an incredible difference . I would love to do DLPR while my passport is still good . But. right now the price I'd pay to go to Paris , I could do WDW three times . Esp. with the loss on the US dollar .
     
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    That's crazy Claire. Sometimes it is cheaper to book everything yourself. I always find it's cheaper to book airfare directly through the carrier too.

    So, are you going? I hope you post pics if you do :yes:
     
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    thats ludicrous how it can differ so much claire

    anne im the same i cant justify that much for just a few days away id rather save up and pay the xtra for wdw
     
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    Yes that and a trip report too please .
     
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    I will do my best with a trip report but I tend to forget what happened on what day! I'm better with photos to be honest so I'll post as many as I can Johnie.
     
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    :thumbsup: a picture speaks a thousand words
     
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    My partner and I have just come back from orlando, and we still have the bug.. We have been to Disneyland Paris before but managed to get a 3 nights 3 days park tickets in the new York hotel for £270 the baby goes free.

    However can anyone tell me what ages do you have to pay for children travelling on the tgv from the airport to disney as I can't seem to find any info.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    hey welcome to the forums :yes::wave:

    How the heck did you manage such a great deal???? I've been trying to find a deal like that for weeks :(
     
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    Thanks :wave: :) It's an offer from a travel agent for the company I work for.. It's the first time I've seen this offer and thought I'd jump on the bandwagon before it's fully loaded.

    Although it might be cheap because it's at the end of July :(
     

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