Disneyland Paris Park Tickets

The biannual yo-yoing of Disneyland Paris’ Park Tickets pricing continued this month as new prices for Spring/Summer 2012 were unveiled. With currency fluctuations, not to mention an expensive new nighttime spectacular and longer park opening hours, it’s the opposite scenario to last November, when many prices actually decreased.

Instead, there are some quite hefty rises across the board in both British pounds and euros, the most notable being that a 5 Day 2 Parks ticket has been bumped up €13 to the grand sum of €213. That’s a whole €14 more than the Annual Passport Dream which offers unlimited access for 365 days, not to mention incredible discounts such as 10% off restaurants and 20% off merchandise, amongst other privileges. But with the process of signing up for an annual pass, handing over all your details and having your photo taken, still somewhat (but not really all that) laborious, perhaps €14 is the price to pay for a swift entry to the parks. And no sixth visit.

Here is a full round-up of price changes for both Pound Sterling and Euros:

Ticket Type — Adult/Child (3-11yrs)

  • 1 Day 1 Park
    £50/£45 to £53/£48 (+£3/+£3) — €59/€53 to €61/€55 (+€2/+€2)
  • 1 Day 2 Parks
    £60/£54 to £64/£57 (+£4/+£3) — €71/€64 to €74/€66 (+€3/+€2)
  • 2 Days 2 Parks
    £104/£94 to £114/£102 (+£10/+£8) — €123/€111 to €131/€117 (+€8/+€6)
  • 3 Days 2 Parks
    £129/£117 to £141/£123 (+£12/+£6) — €153/€138 to €162/€142 (+€9/+€4)
  • 4 Days 2 Parks
    £152/£137 to £167/£141 (+£15/+£4) — €180/€162 to €192/€162 (+€12/+-€0)
  • 5 Days 2 Parks
    £169/£152 to £185/£159 (+£16/+£7) — €200/€180 to €213/€183 (+€13/+€3)

Prices as compared to the previous period from November to March.