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Old 02-08-2013, 04:23 PM   #16
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You'll have hopefully the Billet Malin which is 30€ for the 21.30 show and 40€ for the 18.30 one.

I say hopefully as we won't know until mid/late March if they will continue them next season. I mean they have for the past few years but they can stop them at any time.

These must be bought at least 5 days in advance and you can get them from either the Idf Disney site or from Fnac, Carrefour, Auchan, Ticketnet

When I see/get the new seasons ticket prices I'll create posts for them so look out from mid March on

Thank u so much Carrie! xx
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:56 AM   #17
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A couple of little questions before I order..

Are these tickets posted out to us? Or e mailed?
Is there a cost for postage?

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Old 02-11-2013, 02:06 AM   #18
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Thanks Carrie I snapped a few of these up last night

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Are these tickets posted out to us? Or e mailed?
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They are available to print or save straight away as PDFs - there was a .50cent charge per ticket to do this.

Hope that helps
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:23 AM   #19
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A couple of little questions before I order..

Are these tickets posted out to us? Or e mailed?
Is there a cost for postage?

thanks
As Noodlesmum says it's 50cts per ticket and you print them off as etickets - The only exception to this is for the BBWWS which you have to go and collect at either a Fnac or a Carrefour .
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:50 PM   #20
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Thanks everyone!! I have just bought and printed my 19 tickets-phew! Still to do an annual pass from CEM but brain has had enough tonight!
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Old 02-11-2013, 03:08 PM   #21
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Help pls I need to buy 2 adults 2 kids tickets for bbwws 6.30 show 19 march. I haven't a clue how to do this and can't read French. Also how and when do I get these tickets. Any easy to follow steps will be brilliant thanks
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Help pls I need to buy 2 adults 2 kids tickets for bbwws 6.30 show 19 march. I haven't a clue how to do this and can't read French. Also how and when do I get these tickets. Any easy to follow steps will be brilliant thanks
For the BBWWS tickets you have to go to either the Fnac stores or to a Carrefour, depending on which site you buy them, and pick the tickets up

Are you staying on site, off site at Val d'Europe or in Paris and I can tell you where your nearest store would be ?

You will have to create an account on one of the sites so try looking at the English version of Fnac (not all is translated but you get the gist) or running them through Google translate.

I will help you through it as much as I can but it is quiet straight forward and you'll soon pick it up
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Old 02-11-2013, 03:27 PM   #23
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I'm staying on site at Dlh
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Old 02-11-2013, 03:35 PM   #24
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We won't be in Paris until after July 24. Do they ever off this for use during the month of July? We'll be there for two weeks, until August 7th.

I don't mind buying my tickets ahead of time, especially at such a great discount. If not, I guess I'm better off just buying them at the gates the morning we go?
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Old 02-11-2013, 03:45 PM   #25
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Right so you have to go to Fnac Val d'Europe - If you look at post 12 you can see the plan

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We won't be in Paris until after July 24. Do they ever off this for use during the month of July? We'll be there for two weeks, until August 7th.

I don't mind buying my tickets ahead of time, especially at such a great discount. If not, I guess I'm better off just buying them at the gates the morning we go?
Not a flash sale but there will be Francilien 1 day/2 park tickets that you can buy for a bit cheaper than gate prices if you reserve at least 5 days in advance.

The ticket prices at the moment go till the end of March so I can't tell you what the new ones will be yet but atm a Francilien ticket in the school holidays is 53€ and you pay 79€ on the gate
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Old 02-17-2013, 05:06 AM   #27
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Hi Carrie Cat

Quick q for you. We are staying on site with a package deal but another family member has decided to join us and we will add her room only to our hotel so we are interested in this fantasy pass. We don't arrive until 3pm into CDG on the 27th march. Will we have enough time to redeem this pass as it needs to be redeemed this day. What time does the office close at and where exactly is in in the park? Also am I right in thinking the blackout days don't apply as she is staying on site?
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Hi Carrie Cat

Quick q for you. We are staying on site with a package deal but another family member has decided to join us and we will add her room only to our hotel so we are interested in this fantasy pass. We don't arrive until 3pm into CDG on the 27th march. Will we have enough time to redeem this pass as it needs to be redeemed this day. What time does the office close at and where exactly is in in the park? Also am I right in thinking the blackout days don't apply as she is staying on site?
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AP office wil be open until nearly park closing so you should have enough time - Park closes at 20.00 - Even if they shut the office at 19.00 It's not going to take you 4 hours from CDG.

Black out days don't apply when you are on site. The Easy Pss or what ever it's called that they give you at the hotel along with your AP will get you in
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Old 02-17-2013, 10:43 AM   #29
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Thanks guys for all your replies. Very much appreciated!
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:06 AM   #30
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Hi Carrie, thanks for posting this! Just wanted to confirm that I'm buying the right thing... we will be 4 adults who want to visit both parks March 27th. Can we buy tickets from either fnac or carrefour for that specific day and print them off at home before going and be able to skip the ticket lines and just enter the parks? This is a great price, about half as cheap as I've found anywhere else!
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