Using offers on other country sites?

Discussion in 'Disneyland Paris Trip Planning & Community Board' started by the_princess, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. the_princess

    the_princess DIS Veteran

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    Hi everyone,
    I have been away for quite a while since we haven't had any DLP-trips in the loop, but since I now have a little baby girl, I want to introduce her to Disney as soon as possible and since DLP is the closest park to us, we are going next December.
    So my question is, can you still use offers from other countries sites? I have done this so many times because the Danish site never has any good offers, but you never know when procedures are changing. :-)
     
  2. BadPinkTink

    BadPinkTink DIS Veteran

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    yes you still can. Its not a Disney rule, so they cant change it. Its to do with the European laws of freedom of goods, services and people :)
     
  3. the_princess

    the_princess DIS Veteran

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    Perfect, thank you :-)
     
  4. Slacking

    Slacking Secretly has the hots for Bloody Mary

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    Being able to shop around other country's offers was a lifesaver for me. Last month, I was able to book a stay using an offer from the Irish site which was much better than anything i saw on the US site.
     
  5. Snowmiser

    Snowmiser Earning My Ears

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    Has anyone just purchased tickets from another country's site? I assume it would be ok. I just looked at the UK site and after the exchange, the tickets are cheaper than the US site - like $25 per ticket. Would save me $100 so seems worth it.
     

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