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Old 25 Nov 20, 08:26 PM  
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It could be full of moved bookings so they dont need to put early offers out.
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Old 26 Nov 20, 04:48 PM  
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I donít know whether to wait or not.. Iíve got £863 for a Mon-Fri Feb 2022 (Anniversary) but no dining options?
And then flights too (when they are released).
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There will be offers nearer the time if Disney need them. At the moment they donít need discounts to pull people in. Once they reopen in Feb, they may throw out some flash sales if bookings are down.

If you find a price you are happy with, book it. If an offer comes up later you can change to that. You wonít get money back but you can use the extra to add dining plan, photopass etc.
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There will be offers nearer the time if Disney need them. At the moment they donít need discounts to pull people in. Once they reopen in Feb, they may throw out some flash sales if bookings are down.

If you find a price you are happy with, book it. If an offer comes up later you can change to that. You wonít get money back but you can use the extra to add dining plan, photopass etc.
Actually you WILL get all your money back if you cancel and rebook more than 7 days before you travel. The Zen guarantee has not end date when booking directly with Disneyland Paris and therefore I would suggest the booking is pretty risk-free currently. You would be at liberty to cancel and re-book the better deal as you wished and actually receive a full refund of all payments including deposit.
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Yes I was surprised at the price which didn't include free half board or anything. We should have been going on Dec 16th for 4 nights. We are already booked for florida next Aug. Was booked last Nov. I think if disneyland Paris keep prices like that we won't bother. I'd be tempted to wait and see how much it would be to do florida at Xmas time 2022. I know it's more but you get 2 weeks which is more of a holiday. Nearly £2000 for a few days just doesn't seem worth it.
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Consider annual passes. Our last trip cost £200 for 3 nights in the Ibis, which is only one stop away on the RER. Our second trip would have cost £400 for 4 nights at the Cheyenne.
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Yes I was surprised at the price which didn't include free half board or anything. We should have been going on Dec 16th for 4 nights. We are already booked for florida next Aug. Was booked last Nov. I think if disneyland Paris keep prices like that we won't bother. I'd be tempted to wait and see how much it would be to do florida at Xmas time 2022. I know it's more but you get 2 weeks which is more of a holiday. Nearly £2000 for a few days just doesn't seem worth it.
Would it be possible to go a couple of weeks earlier? The prices for Cheyenne and NPB are the cheapest I've seen for years.
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Just checked for December 21 for 3 nights and its the cheapest ive ever seen it since i started looking.
£547 for 2 adults and 1 infant at Santa Fe. Im tempted to book but my baby hasnt been born yet!
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We booked a holiday to Majorca for a family holiday when I was 5mths pregnant with DS.
We are also booked for DLP in September 2021 for 2 adults, 1 child and a baby, and our DD won't be born until end of next month.
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I understand why they might not be offering free dining, but I just did a search for FEB 2022 at NPBC (tres cheap) and Iím surprised they are not even giving the option to buy a meal plan. Have they totally scrapped meal plans?
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