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    Buying tickets in advance

    We're going to be in DLRP the first week of July and I was wondering as to how can I buy tickets in advance here in the US. Thank you very much in advance!
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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    You can buy tickets to both the 2 parks and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show here. https://www.booktickets.disneylandpa...ndex.php?vld=1
    Please note: you may have to go onto the www.disneylandparis.com site to change the country listed.
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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Quote Originally Posted by iluvdisney01 View Post
    We're going to be in DLRP the first week of July and I was wondering as to how can I buy tickets in advance here in the US. Thank you very much in advance!
    If you can understand a little french, you can print discount tickets from Disneyland Paris web site. They're only 35 €uros one park/day and 40 €uros two parks/day. Offer until 28/Oct/08. Discount ticket is valid only for they day you choose in advance.

    http://www.disneylandparis.fr/index.xhtml
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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarniwoop View Post
    If you can understand a little french, you can print discount tickets from Disneyland Paris web site. They're only 35 €uros one park/day and 40 €uros two parks/day. Offer until 28/Oct/08. Discount ticket is valid only for they day you choose in advance.

    http://www.disneylandparis.fr/index.xhtml
    you have to be a french resident for that offer, although other countries have similar discounts (but not quite as deep) at 10% (US) to 15% (UK) off the regular admission price. such a shame, that 72 EUR (117 USD) for two adult 1-day park hoppers was looking VERY attractive.

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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Quote Originally Posted by malice View Post
    you have to be a french resident for that offer

    Um, yes. But it's still pritable ticket. Put anything you like to mail address.
    Last edited by Zarniwoop; 04-28-2008 at 10:10 AM.
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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarniwoop View Post
    Um, yes. But it's still pritable ticket. Put anything you like to mail address.
    true, but would it not charge the credit card incorrectly if the billing address does not match?

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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Thanks!
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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarniwoop View Post
    If you can understand a little french, you can print discount tickets from Disneyland Paris web site. They're only 35 €uros one park/day and 40 €uros two parks/day. Offer until 28/Oct/08. Discount ticket is valid only for they day you choose in advance.

    http://www.disneylandparis.fr/index.xhtml
    Quote Originally Posted by malice View Post
    you have to be a french resident for that offer, although other countries have similar discounts (but not quite as deep) at 10% (US) to 15% (UK) off the regular admission price. such a shame, that 72 EUR (117 USD) for two adult 1-day park hoppers was looking VERY attractive.
    I'm sorry to dredge up an older thread, but I found the same deal Zarniwoop described above.

    I've translated the pages and I can't see anywhere that states you need to be a French resident to buy the 35€ tickets. Malice, if you are still around, can you provide a link that says that? Or does it pop up in the buy window? (which I haven't done). Also, I can't find the page with US 10%, link please?

    Thanks for any help.
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    Re: Buying tickets in advance

    Ok, I just found the US 10% offer, but it expires 7/11/08.

    I'd still like to find out about the 35€/French resident deal.

    Thanks again.
    ~~Jodi~~
    Next WDW trip coming up 10-5-10 to 10-15-10, Wilderness Lodge Villas.




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