My girlfriend and I are taking a big European excursion to London and Paris in June, and I've managed to convince her to finish off our trip with a visit to Disneyland Paris. Now, I want to maximize our time in the park, so we were going to take a train to DLP late on Tuesday, June 12, check into the hotel, and and then spend all day in the park on June 13, stay there one more night on June 14 and then head back into Paris to fly back to the USA on the 14th.
So I'm looking into booking a two night stay at one of the Disney Hotels, and when I book, it looks like it comes with 3 days of Park tickets. Now, we only really need one day of park tickets, and I can't find a way to lower the price by getting less tickets. Is that even possible? It sounds reasonable, but with my luck it's probably not.
I know we can do better by just staying at a partner hotel, but I want to maximize my time in the park (I assume they have some sort of Extra Magic Hours?) and take full advantage of the Disney property, since I have no idea if I am ever going to see it again. Or is it just worth it to stay in Paris and take the train back and forth to Disney?