Bargain Annual Pass

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  1. connorsmum

    connorsmum Earning My Ears

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    Hi - first time posting. Read on ADP thread a question about buying a pass from ce-multiavantages dot com (can't post link). It is a "group buying" site, but it is all in French (as it is a French site!) - having used these type of sites in the UK I gave it a go. €20 to register for a year. Got 3 Dream Passes for €298 - was pretty nervous but I have just recieved the pdf files with the vouchers, they have a bar code on each one, with our names (a few days after online purchase, I had an email asking me for the names for the tickets). The "vouchers" need to exchanged within 6 months of purchase, to proper Dream passes. My French is pretty poor, but I use a google translator to figure it out. The Offer was til Jan 10th but I've just seen it is back again til Feb 11th. It is €149 per Dream pass, plus 1 child under 7 free with one paying adult. I bought 2 tickets and then when asked for the names, gave my son's name and age, quoting offer(copy and paste from web site!). Such an amazing bargain I had to pass on!
     
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  3. Cyrano

    Cyrano Moderator Moderator

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    Hi connorsmum . Elaine, Jackie, Elaine and Reid welcome to DLP DIS board :wave2:

    We are a friendly bunch here so please join in on any other thread or if you have a number of questions then just start a new thread for each :goodvibes

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  4. DLPdaft

    DLPdaft <font color=royalblue>Cannot stop singing "Just li Moderator

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    when will you be using your vouchers and getting your Dream Passes do you think connorsmum :)?
     
  5. connorsmum

    connorsmum Earning My Ears

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    We'll be arriving on Monday 25th April, booked Eurostar, and plan to exchange vouchers that day. Then can use the early hours for 1st full day, hopefully! Have booked an apartment one train stop away. I'm going to call DLP and see if I can use the voucher to book the discounted Buffalo Bill show....will post how I get on.
     
  6. rottie155

    rottie155 <font color=royalblue>Clochette? CLOCHETTE!!!!!<br

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    Sounds fabulous! Let us know how you get on!
    I love Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show :yay:
     
  7. kjarvis

    kjarvis Earning My Ears

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    Are these only for use in France? Will they work at DisneyWorld?
     
  8. Jonjo

    Jonjo Mouseketeer

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    These are only valid for Disneyland Paris.
     
  9. Carpgirl

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    Did anyone else go for these?

    They do seem a real bargain, but is it risky??:confused3
     
  10. JNMPIN

    JNMPIN Earning My Ears

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    Thank you for a great find. I bought one dream pass and got the free pass for my 6 yr old. Tickets arrived within 24 hrs via email PDF and exchanged them for the passes today. No problems at all and enjoyed the first of four days this visit. Excellent saving.:goodvibes
     
  11. aaronandterri

    aaronandterri <font color=darkorchid>We love disney!<br><font co

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    When the childs voucher came or you swapped for ticket does it say hes under 7 or just childs ticket?
     
  12. JNMPIN

    JNMPIN Earning My Ears

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    Once the transaction was complete I sent through my name and my daughter's name and DOB and these were shown on the PDF tickets that came through. This was checked against her ID today. The offer through the website I think is on until 25th Feb.
     
  13. lojo

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    No disrespect to newbies, but have any long term dissers used these?
     
  14. Lisa_C

    Lisa_C Devoted FIANCÉE to Cap'njack.

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    I had the same thought yesterday when I was reading this thread, but didn't know how to word it right :lmao: I thought is sounded a good idea until I saw the post count....as mentioned, no disrespect but we like to know our back are covered :) :lovestruc
     
  15. GummiBerry

    GummiBerry Earning My Ears

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    Can I ask how you order the extra free child's one? Do you ask for one and then put two dates in?
    I do speak French but I couldn't see the answer, and I'm easily confused.

    I used to be a member a few years ago but I can't remember my user name - hi everyone!
     
  16. GummiBerry

    GummiBerry Earning My Ears

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    It looks like the same offer here -www paris-billets dot com/fiche_spectacle/disneyland_passeport_annuel_dream_6777.php
     
  17. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat I'm a Rive Gauche person Moderator

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    Hello,

    You just buy one and then mail them the names of the adult and the child.

    1 paying adult = 1 adult and 1 free child pass

    There are a lot of these offers about here in France. I've even seen the Passeport Classic been given out for free in the past month or so :scared1:

    I got my PA - Fantasy for 79€ last year on another site so there are real deals out there

    I know people who have used this particulair site for hotels and have had no pbs but as my OH has a Comité d'Enterprise I'm not too keen on paying 20€ for another one
     
  18. Cyrano

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    Hi GummiBerry . Elaine, Jackie, Elaine and Reid welcome to DLP DIS board :wave2:

    We are a friendly bunch here so please join in on any other thread or if you have a number of questions then just start a new thread for each :goodvibes

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  19. scoobysnax

    scoobysnax Earning My Ears

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    Connorsmum. I've also bought a pckg like yours. I need to pass on my under 7's details to the company too. All I have so far is the invoice for the initial purchase. Who or what did you write to and what did you put in your email? Cheers scooby
     
  20. chmurf

    chmurf DIS Veteran

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    the website suggested by the OP is a "comité d'entreprise" (works council) site.
    I wonder if any individual can access those offers.
     
  21. Carrie_Cat

    Carrie_Cat I'm a Rive Gauche person Moderator

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    Anybody can buy their AP's from them as long as they pay the 20€ cotisation (subscription) fee.

    Their are several sites that work like this now, as more and more people don't work for companys with a CE and they ae open to all all over Europe at least :)
     

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