where do you buy your tickets from??

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  1. stal

    stal DIS Veteran

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    well, the question is in the title!

    I didn't go for a hotel.ticket package so need to book tickets seperately.

    Where do you get your tickets from?
     
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  3. kevankiki

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    We were purchasing annual passports, so only needed a day ticket to get in, which was refunded against the AP. We bought our ticket from www.365tickets.com and I was happy with both the price and the service.

    If you are going for 3 days or more then you might wish to consider APs yourself, as they actually cost around the same price as a three day hopper (plus you get additional discounts in the shops and restaurants, and other privileges).

    Will send you a PM in case you wish to consider doing so, I can sponsor you, giving you 10% off the cost.
     
  4. stal

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    thank you for your kind gesture. we will think about it, deciding whether we will go next year. as it stands this trip will only need a 1 day park hopper ticket.

    The prices on that website 365tickets.com as for a date to be entered. Now we don't know which day we want to go into the parks yet. If i buy one will i have to go into the parks on the date i specified?

    thanks!
     
  5. kevankiki

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    No, they only ask for a date so as to ensure there is enough time to send the tickets out to you (if you are going in less than 2 weeks I think they charge you or something). Incidentally, if you contact them by email, they do respond (which I find unusual in my internet experience!).

    However, now that you have said you need a one day hopper, I don't think their one day ticket is a hopper i.e. you can only use it for one of the parks. Someone might be along with a recommendation for somewhere that does sell one day hoppers, but I have this horrid feeling that you can only get them on the gate.
     
  6. stal

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    Hey... well the site says it is a hopper...
    'Disneyland Paris 1-Day Hopper
    Available: Until 4th April 2008
    This Disneyland Paris ticket allows admission to BOTH Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios for One day with park hopping privileges. '

    thanks for all your help :D
     
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    Apologies, you are right (I didn't check the site before posting), they have changed it, since it was a 'one of the other' when we bought ours back in March this year. We had to ensure that we entered Disneyland Park with it and save visiting the studios until we bought our APs.
     
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  10. chocolatelover

    chocolatelover Disney Here We Come!

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    Under the "special offers" section for that is a one day park hopper. I am sure you would use the site when the time gets closer to when you are going. The deal for this month until November 9th is: Save 15% when you buy a 1-Day/ 2-Parks mail-order Hopper ticket – and get free delivery too. I am fairly sure they always have specials. :)

    http://booking.disneylandparis.com/wts/newdlp/jsp/ticksel.jsp?ticket=SO&pays=GB&compte=wtsael22
     

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