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Unread 10 Mar 12, 01:23 PM  
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Question Cheapest / best way to get DLP Annual Passes

After possibly what has been the worst two months of my life (mum being diagnosed with cancer & passing away soon after), I'm finally getting back to normality. For a long time I have told my daughter that we will have a girls trip to DLP when she finishes her GCSE's. So now the planning really begins.

I've order the Tesco Clubcard vouchers for the Eurotunnel and will be booking for July. I have also bought DLP shares and will be joining the Shareholders Club. Next step, Annual Passes...

I was going to buy them when we get to DLP and get a Shareholder's discount. I've read a few things about buying them from other places online though. Would this work out cheaper and is it easy to exchange them when we get to the parks? I want our few days there to run as smoothly as possible and would pay a bit extra if it means less hassle.
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Unread 10 Mar 12, 04:50 PM  
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your shareholders discount will work for both annual passes you buy at DLP, and its a very easy process at the gates of the park.

yes, there are currently another 2 companies offering reduced price annual passes, but with one you need to pay a 20 euro joining-the-site fee, and then with both you would need to pay postage to get the annual pass vouchers sent to you in the UK (they are both French companies, cemultiavantages and promoparcs).
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So sorry to hear about your bad times.

We are travelling in May and I have purchased the Fantasy Annual pass from promo parcs at a cost of 119 per person - I think the Disneyland rate is 149. It cost 15 (or thereabouts) to join the site. The vouchers were emailed to me within 48 hours. I have printed them out and simply need to show them at the gate and then visit the Passport centre to get the annual passes - this is also the procedure for buying annual passes at the gate.
I don't know what saving on annual pass you can get by being a Disney shareholder, but hopefully the information above will help you when you are making comparisons.

Hope you enjoy your visit.
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Originally Posted by sammykitten View Post
your shareholders discount will work for both annual passes you buy at DLP, and its a very easy process at the gates of the park.

yes, there are currently another 2 companies offering reduced price annual passes, but with one you need to pay a 20 euro joining-the-site fee, and then with both you would need to pay postage to get the annual pass vouchers sent to you in the UK (they are both French companies, cemultiavantages and promoparcs).
Thanks, I'll look up those two companies and compare prices.

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So sorry to hear about your bad times.

We are travelling in May and I have purchased the Fantasy Annual pass from promo parcs at a cost of 119 per person - I think the Disneyland rate is 149. It cost 15 (or thereabouts) to join the site. The vouchers were emailed to me within 48 hours. I have printed them out and simply need to show them at the gate and then visit the Passport centre to get the annual passes - this is also the procedure for buying annual passes at the gate.
I don't know what saving on annual pass you can get by being a Disney shareholder, but hopefully the information above will help you when you are making comparisons.

Hope you enjoy your visit.
That's sounds easy enough. have a great trip.
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If you buy them on site, when you get to the ticket area walk around to the right hand side and you will find another customer services desk which rarely has any queues and can do the annual pass ticket for you. You then still have to go and get the photo passes done as normal though.
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Unread 11 May 12, 12:26 PM  
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Hello,

I am new to this site, came across it when looking for annual passes. Can't seem to buy annual passes anywhere in the UK. The high street disney store only sells day tickets & hopper tickets and when I spoke to disneylandparis.co.uk they said they only sell the annual passes at disneylandparis itself.

I see posters have commented on promoparcs and CEmultiavantags:

- how did you find these companies and do they both provide e-tickets/e-vouchers (going in a weeks time so don't want to wait on the mail)

- worried in case they aren't legit as the price is so much better than disneyland paris itself ie fantasy pass for 119 euros PLUS kids under 7 free with every adult ticket bought, I have 2 under 7's so it's a very good deal for me. Has anyone bought this deal and used it?
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Hi both companies are legit. I bought mine through Promoparcs and was emailed an e-ticket which then had to be converted to a full AP at the park.

I think it costs 20 euros to register with ce-multiadavatages but Promoparcs had free registration when I joined.
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Unread 11 May 12, 01:41 PM  
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Thanks for response Andy, really appreciate it. Me & google translate will have a go at Promoparcs.com. Nothing like doing stuff at the last minute ...
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