This post provides details about how to get tickets for Disneyland Paris and how to find the best discounts.
We also go over particulars about how to get here, the most popular attractions and rides, and any Covid regulations in place.
- Plan Your Visit
- Popular Attractions
- Family-Friendly Activities in Paris
- Other Things To Do in Paris
Disneyland Paris Tickets
The following section covers Disneyland Paris which has TWO parks: Disneyland Park and the smaller Walt Disney Studios Park.
You have the choice to buy tickets for one or both parks. Disneyland Park is the one that is most popular.
Tickets are not sold at the park and you must purchase online tickets.
There are two types of tickets available: dated and undated.
If you suddenly decide to go to the Disneyland Paris parks, you can buy same-day tickets online, though it is best to buy in advance when possible as tickets are more expensive when purchased on the day of your visit.
Hotel/ticket packages are also available as are annual passes.
This ticket option allows you to purchase single and multi-day tickets for consecutive days for either or both parks.
When you make your purchase, you must select a specific date. Your tickets are only valid for the specific dates on which they have been scheduled.
One Park Ticket (either Disneyland or Walt Disney Studios) valid for one day only
- Off-Peak Prices
- € 56/Adults
- € 52/Children
- Normal Prices
- € 62 - € 72/Adults
- € 57 - € 67/Children
- Peak Prices
- € 89 - € 99/Adults
- € 82 - € 91/Children
- Special/Holiday Prices
- € 105/Adults
- € 97/Children
Two Park Ticket (both Disneyland or Walt Disney Studios)
- Off-Peak Prices (per day)
- 1-Day: € 81/Adults | € 77/Children
- 2-Day: € 71/Adults | € 66/Children
- 3-Day: € 67/Adults | € 62/Children
- 4-Day: € 59/Adults | € 55/Children
- Normal Prices (per day)
- 1-Day: € 97/Adults | € 92/Children
- 2-Day: € 94/Adults | € 86/Children
- 3-Day: € 86/Adults | € 79/Children
- 4-Day: € 76/Adults | € 70/Children
- Peak Prices (per day)
- 1-Day: € 114/Adults | € 107/Children
- 2-Day: € 103/Adults | € 95/Children
- 3-Day: € 95/Adults | € 88/Children
- 4-Day: € 84/Adults | € 78/Children
- Special/Holiday Prices (per day)
- 1-Day: € 130/Adults | € 122/Children
- 2-Day: € 112/Adults | € 103/Children
- 3-Day: € 104/Adults | € 96/Children
- 4-Day: € 92/Adults | € 85/Children
These are essentially open-ended tickets, which means they can be used on any date.
Undated tickets are sold only for one date, not consecutive dates which means you'll have less time to enjoy the park(s).
- One Park Undated Ticket Prices
- € 105/Adults
- € 97/Children
- Two Park Undated Ticket Prices
- € 130/Adults
- € 122/Children
Additional Ticket Options
Aside from the above two ticket options, there are a few other ways to get tickets for the amusement park.
Depending on how many days you plan to visit and/or whether you’re visiting from out of town, these might be worth consideration.
Dated 1-Day Ticket w/ Shuttle From Paris
This ticket option includes transportation to Disneyland Paris, and it is only available for 1-day tickets.
Departure points include the Theatre du Chatelet and the Eiffel Tower.
- One Park Prices
- € 120/Adults
- € 113/Children
- Two Park Prices
- € 146/Adults
- € 139/Children
TIP: If you need transportation to and from Paris, shuttle tickets can be purchased for as little as €23 per person.
You could save up to €27 by purchasing a 1-Day Dated ticket separately during off-peak dates.
If you’re living in Paris or nearby enough to visit the amusement park a few times per year, you might want to consider getting this yearly pass instead of individual tickets.
Prices start at just €14 per month for their Discovery Pass and run up to €39 per month for an Infinity Pass.
Disneyland Paris Annual Passes provide access for between 150-365 days a year, and they also include discounts on parking, shopping, hotels, restaurants, additional tickets for guests without a pass, and much more.
Ticket + Hotel Packages
In addition to the other options, there are also Disneyland Paris Hotels which allow you to stay inside the Disney Parks and include unlimited access to the amusement park.
This is very similar to the types of services provided at Disneyland and Disney World in the United States.
These hotels are much closer to Disneyland Paris than any other hotel in the area, making it easier to spend as much time as possible in the parks.
You’ll also be eligible for privileged access to the parks before the official opening times.
Prices for these hotel/ticket packages range in price based on the choice of hotel and star level (2-4 stars).
Disneyland packages as of late 2023 cost as follows: the average cost of a package on off-peak dates for two people for a one-night stay/two-day ticket for both parks can cost as low as €400 and as high as €850.
Prices will be higher during peak dates so if you have a flexible schedule, take advantage of going when prices are low.
Disney Premier Access
No matter what type of ticket you purchase, you can get Disney Premier Access using the Disneyland Paris app.
All you have to do is link your Disneyland tickets to your Disney account, and you’ll have the opportunity to get premier access to various rides.
One of the nice things about this service is that you can use the app to secure your time slot at specific rides, making it easy to plan out your day at the amusement park.
It does cost extra to use Disney Premier Access, but if you’re trying to do as much as possible while in the parks, it might be worth it even just for a few of the more popular rides. Prices start at €5 extra per ride.
Disneyland Paris Deals and Discounts
Below are some of the best Disneyland Paris deals as of 2023.
Most discounts are only offered for 1-day tickets, but we will include as many deals as possible to help you save as much as possible.
We will also cover common deals that may not currently be offered by this amusement park.
1. Use a Tourist Pass
The Go City Paris Explorer Pass includes a 1-Day/1 Park ticket to Disneyland Paris.
These are dated tickets, so you’ll have to book them in advance through the tourist pass app. Depending on when you schedule your tickets, they could be worth between €56 - €99.
Considering the 3 Choice Go City Paris Explorer Pass is itself just €99, you’d already be saving money on Disneyland Paris tickets simply by getting this pass instead of individual tickets.
Each additional choice included with the tourist pass would essentially be free!
Here are just a few of the other attractions included with this service:
- Eiffel Tower Elevator Guided Tour | € 42
- 1-Day Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour | € 39
- The Louvre Ultimate Experience | €39
- PanoraMagique at Disney Village | €15
- Grevin Paris Wax Museum | €25
- Parc Asterix Admission | € 53
- Aquarium de Paris | € 24.50
- And more!
If you were to use the pass for the two most expensive additional activities on this list, you’d save up to €95!
2. Combo Packages
There are a few different combo deals that include admission to Disneyland Paris.
These packages will only save you around €5 - €10, but if you’re interested in all the included attractions, you might want to consider these options.
- € 78.30/Adults
- € 52.20/Children
- € 82.80/Adults
- € 60.30/Children
3. Purchase Off-Peak Tickets
If you visit during off-peak dates, you’ll pay the least amount possible for each ticket. Off-peak pricing is typically offered on weekdays during slow months.
Peak pricing is typically active during the summer and on weekends, and special pricing is active on holidays such as Christmas and New Year's Eve.
Depending on which type of ticket you purchase, you should be able to save between €35 - €40 by getting Off-Peak tickets.
4. Children’s Discount
The price for children between the ages of 3-11 is between €5 - €8 less than adult tickets. Even better, all children under the age of 3 are granted free admission!
5. Senior and Student Discounts
Disneyland Paris does not currently offer any discounts for seniors or students, and there are no indications that they will be providing this type of deal anytime soon.
6. Discount Sites
Popular discount sites such as Groupon frequently have special offers like cheap Disneyland Paris deals or on hotels and notable attractions near the amusement park.
Depending on when you check these services, they may offer additional coupon codes for an extra 10% - 20% off or more.
7. AAA Discounts
Although there do not appear to be any deals currently being offered by AAA, we recommend checking for any possible discounts available through this insurance company before purchasing tickets.
8. Credit/Debit Card Discounts
Much like AAA, many credit and debit card companies have begun offering similar discounts at popular destinations such as Disneyland Paris.
Although there aren’t currently any such deals being offered, it’s worth checking with your bank and/or credit card company to see what they might be offering before you plan your trip to the amusement park.
9. Disney Village Discounts
Now and then, the Disney Village website will offer special deals on shopping, restaurants, and parking at and around the amusement park.
This could be a great way to save money on some of the more expensive services at Disneyland Paris.
10. Military Discount
There are reports that say members of the military can receive a discount if they call ahead and purchase tickets by phone.
This deal isn’t confirmed, but you might want to make this call just to check before purchasing admission.
11. Parking Discounts
If you are staying at the Disneyland Paris hotels, you are eligible for free parking. Some annual pass holders will also be eligible for free parking.
12. Eat Before Arriving
Disneyland Paris has a lot of great restaurants, but they can be very expensive. If you want to avoid this extra cost, we recommend getting food before you head to the amusement park.
There aren’t a lot of restaurants or grocery stores near the park, so it will be important to get food before making the trip.
13. Don’t Stay at Disneyland Paris Hotels
While there are a lot of good reasons to consider staying at one of the Disneyland Paris hotels, they are very expensive.
You can usually save a lot of money simply by staying at one of their partner hotels that are a bit further from the amusement park.
All of these partner hotels offer free shuttles to the park, so you shouldn’t have trouble getting to and from Disneyland Paris even if you aren’t staying nearby.
Plan Your Visit
There are a few things to consider before heading out to this amusement park. This section covers how to get to Disneyland Paris, the best times to visit, Covid-19 rules, and other important details.
How to Get Here
Disneyland Paris is located roughly an hour outside of the city at Boulevard de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, France.
While most people living or staying in the area travel by car, there are also shuttle buses and trains between the amusement park and other locations in and around Paris.
By Shuttle Bus
There are several shuttle buses in and around Paris that provide transportation between the city and the amusement park.
Here are a few options to consider:
- Magical Shuttle | CDG/ORY Airports to Disneyland Paris
- Paris City Vision | Round Trip Coach Transfer
- Magic Ways | Round Trip Coach Transfer
Many hotels in Paris also offer shuttles to the park either for free or at a relatively low cost.
You can also get tickets to Disneyland Paris which include shuttle rides to and from the park.
You can also take the RER commuter rail train from the inner city to Disneyland Paris. The station you’ll need to stop at is Marne-la-Vallée—Chessy.
This station is just a 2-minute walk from Disneyland Paris and Disney Village and there are free shuttles to most Disney hotels.
The advantage of taking the train is that it is very fast, and you can get to the park easily in 10-30 minutes on average. You can expect prices to be around €35.
If you plan to come by car, you can expect it to take anywhere from 40 minutes to 1 hour depending on traffic. Disneyland Paris charges the following rates for their car park:
- € 30 per vehicle
- € 45 for camper vans
- € 25 for motorbikes
- Free for Disney hotel guests and some Annual Pass holders
Best Times to Visit
As for the best time of year, avoid coming to Disneyland Paris during the summer. If you want to save as much money as possible while avoiding large crowds, consider visiting mid-week.
These are the most likely time periods for off-peak pricing, and there will usually be shorter queues and smaller crowds.
Since the amusement park is designed to keep people there as long as possible, there usually isn’t any particularly great time of the day to avoid crowds.
That said, you’ll find that crowds tend to be the most evenly distributed between the two parks in the late morning and early afternoon.
The best way to ensure the shortest lines is to get a hotel + ticket package, as you’ll be given privileged access to the amusement park before it opens to the rest of the public (at 8:30 am).
These early hours are definitely the best time to visit. For reference, Disneyland Paris open hours are typically open from 9:30 am - 8 pm.
If you’re trying to ensure you can get on the most popular rides, look into the Disney Premier Access app.
As for the best time of year to visit, avoid coming to Disneyland Paris during the summer!
Disneyland Paris Covid-19 Rules
Face masks are no longer required. However, it is recommended to wear a mask when attending the Parade and Disney Illuminations show, and in hotel shuttles.
Hand sanitizer stations are located at convenient locations throughout the park.
Park staff will be using enhanced cleaning procedures to ensure the public safety of all guests.
A day at Disneyland Paris is filled with parades offering opportunities to mingle with your favorite Disney characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Donald Duck, Alice in Wonderland, Aladdin, and so many more!
Plus, there are over 50 fun-filled attractions and thrilling rides in this incredible theme park.
If you’re planning your day at the park, make sure to prepare for longer waits at the following locations (or use Disney Premier Access).
For details on all the rides, check out this list of attractions at Disneyland Paris.
Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain
This is technically a new take on Space Mountain, and it puts guests in the cockpit of a reconnaissance vessel sent to spy on an Imperial Star Destroyer.
Admiral Ackbar will lead you on this mission!
Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror
This is a new take on the Tower of Terror, and it includes three new stories to enjoy: The Malevolent Machine, The Shaft Creatures, and The 5th Dimension.
Fans of this television series will love the spooky and mysterious atmosphere of this attraction.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril
If you’ve ever wanted to put on the fedora of Dr. Jones and go on an adventure, this is one attraction you won’t want to miss.
Make your way into a mysterious ancient temple and ride a runaway wagon through the jungle ruins!
Big Thunder Mountain
Based on the popular ride from Disney World, this attraction is pretty much the same. Ride around the mountain in a minecart and experience explosions, waterfalls, and several other exciting events.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Follow Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew as they go on another exciting adventure.
As you experience Jack’s quest to find hidden treasure, you’ll hear plenty of popular pirate songs including A Pirate’s Life for Me.
Marvel Avengers Campus
Team up with Captain Marvel and Iron Man to help them save the world from an intergalactic threat on Avengers Assemble: Flight Force.
Then unleash your inner superhero on the Spider-Man W.E.B. Adventure to battle Peter Parker's crazed invention, the Spider-Bots, and catch them before it's too late!
Attractions For the Little Ones
On Peter Pan's Flight, sail through the sky with the help of some pixie dust and into Neverland. Pass by some of the unforgettable settings made famous in the Disney movie, Peter Pan.
At the Frontierland, young children can frolic in this Far West playground.
Kids will also love Dumbo the Flying Elephant, the Disneyland Railroad, the Main Street Vehicles, the Princess Pavilion, and more!