Disneyland Paris’ sale has 3-night summer holidays from £139pp a night

Going to Disneyland for the school summer break doesn’t have to break the bank.

The theme park in Paris has a new deal with deals starting at £139 per night (£417 per person).

Disneyland Paris' new offer this summer offers 3 nights from £139 per night


Disneyland Paris’ new offer this summer offers 3 nights from £139 per nightCredit: Alamy

Offers come from Attractiontickets.com and allow you to change or cancel at any time up to seven days before your arrival with a full refund.

To make it even better, the deal includes some exclusive freebies.

Receive up to €50 (£44) Disney Spending Money with every booking, a free Disney+ subscription and ten free prints of your holiday photos.

The £137-per-night deals are based on a family of four sharing a room at Disney Davy Crockett Ranch for three nights.

The offer is valid for stays between July 22nd and September 1st, 2023.

However, you must book by May 30th to bag the discounted bank holidays.

The special prizes are available to celebrate the Disneyland 30th Anniversary Grand Finale.

The park’s celebrations include the return of the Disney Dreams nighttime show, where you can see some of the famous Disney stories projected onto Sleeping Beauty’s castle.

There will also be a brand new show called Pixar: We Belong Together.

The show, which begins this summer, will be a musical adventure featuring songs, dances and performances by many of the characters.

You can also buy exclusive goods, food and drinks.

The party will last until September 30th.

Marvel fans will also experience the new Marvel Avengers Campus, featuring two new rides, three restaurants, two food trucks, a meet-and-greet, and a new Marvel store.

And everyone can really enjoy Marvel Land, as everything but the Avengers Assemble: Flight Force roller coaster is accessible to everyone between the ages of two and 82.

For more theme park deals, Universal Orlando offers park tickets from £24 per day, but you’ll have to be quick.

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If you’re looking to start planning your 2024 theme park break, next year Disney World is offering up to £1,685 in free spending money.

And Disney will also launch the first cruise to depart from the UK next summer and the holidays are on sale now.

You'll also get up to €50 (£44) Disney Spending Money, a free Disney+ subscription and ten free holiday snaps


You’ll also get up to €50 (£44) Disney Spending Money, a free Disney+ subscription and ten free holiday snapsPhoto credit: Getty

Emma James

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