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Old 12 Aug 19, 04:43 PM  
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Iím looking at Disneyland Paris for the first time next August (for a special birthday). The offer at the moment seems a good one (25% off and free half board). Is it generally better to book earlier or do deals get any better?

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We like the meal plans so the 25% off and free half board works best for us. The best prices tends to be six months plus from arrival date and then they slowly increase. Itís also worth playing around with arrival days as arriving on a Friday or Saturday will tend to be much more expensive than arriving on a Sunday or Monday.
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I agree with Kenville. I'd also add not to book travel with Disney as their prices can be hugely inflated. We'll be at DLP next week, so we'll be sure to tell Mickey to expect you
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I second playing around with dates. I thought it would be cheaper to go weekday during the May half term but it was like £170 cheaper to arrive on a Friday for a 2 night stay!
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I'm also looking to book for next summer holidays. The first two weeks of August are the most expensive and our bank holiday week is the cheapest. I've noticed a lot of rooms seem to be getting booked up for the last week of August, so if you have a particular preference of room type, I would not wait that long. If you see something you like, at a price you are happy with I would book it.

You may also want to try and avoid the French holiday of Assumption, check the current waiting times this week for confirmation.

I wanted NPB Compass Club family room but waited too long and it's now not available during the last week of August.:-(
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