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Disneyland Paris make the Disneyland Pass available to all guests online (mistake?)

Disneyland Paris make the Disneyland Pass available to all guests online (mistake?)

Disneyland Paris has now officially launched the “Disneyland Pass“, the replacement to the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass, and although the initial statement said it would only be available to current passholders, it appears than any guest can purchase the Disneyland Pass online, and buy up to 6 passes at any time!

How to buy the Disneyland Pass online

You can currently purchase the Disneyland Pass online through the french language version of their website. However, you don’t need to understand or be able to read french to complete these steps below and get all the benefits of the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass before your next visit!

The easiest way to buy this online is on your mobile phone or through Google Chrome due to the inbuilt translations available.

How to buy the Disneyland Pass on your iPhone

  1. Click this link to open the Disneyland Pass page on the french site. ~
    This will open in a new window to allow you to continue to the read this guide.
  2. On the URL address bar click the “aA” letters and choose “Translate to English” (or your specific language). This will translate the page for you and allow you to complete the purchase online and in your chosen language!

How to Buy the Disneyland Pass on Google Chrome

  1. Click this link to open the Disneyland Pass page on the french site.
    This will open in a new window to allow you to continue to the read this guide.
  2. On the URL address bar click the “GT” letters and choose “English” (or your specific language).
    This will translate the page for you and allow you to complete the purchase online and in your chosen language!

Disneyland Pass Benefits

A key deciding factor for guests, on which Annual Pass to buy is usually centered around the benefits and available dates. The Disneyland Pass offers a maximum of 5 additional benefits, which include free parking, discounts in shops, discounts in restaurant, Disney PhotoPass, and access to Extra Magic Time.

Disneyland Paris Annual Pass, All Digital Annual Pass Bronze

Disneyland Pass Bronze €289

  • 170 days a year
  • Free parking
Disneyland Paris Annual Pass, All Digital Annual Pass Silver

Disneyland Pass Silver €499

  • 300 days a year
  • Free parking
  • 10% shop discounts
  • 10% restaurant discount
  • 10% PhotoPass discount
Disneyland Paris Annual Pass, All Digital Annual Pass Gold

Disneyland Pass Gold €699

  • 365 days a year
  • Free parking
  • 15% shop discounts
  • 15% restaurant discount
  • PhotoPass included
  • Extra Magic Time included
Disneyland Pass - the new Disneyland Paris Annual Pass

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3 thoughts on “Disneyland Paris make the Disneyland Pass available to all guests online (mistake?)”

  • Hi guys, I was just wondering if you could help in terms of the booking process, as it says we would have unlimited access to the parks, but then in the next sentence, we are limited to 3 days at a time…

    We are due to arrive at DLP on 9th October for hopefully 5 days in the parks., however we won;t arrive at DLP until around 4pm on the 9th. If we book our 3 days for the full days that we’ll be there for example 10th, 11th and 12th, but if we decide we fancy a few hours in the park on the 9th when we arrive, could we just turn up and gain access (if it’s not at capacity), or would we be turned away for not using the booking system for that day, even though the pass says we would have unlimited access on our dates? I don’t want to risk it and upset our little one to be turned away.

    I’m cautious about using one of our booked days on the 9th for 3 or so hours i the park and potentially then missing out on another full day.

    I really wish they’d have listened to actual feedback and increased the amount of dates you can book, for the money you are paying it’s just so restrictive now.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Ryan

    • Hi Ryan

      This would totally depend on which pass you have, a legacy Annual Pass (eg Magic Plus, Infinity) or the new Disneyland Pass, and where you are staying.

      If you are staying in a Disney hotel, your access is guaranteed every day of your stay.

      If you have legacy pass, then this could be difficult with dates, as this still uses the quota system and you could see it booked when the park is not at capacity. If you have the new Disneyland Pass, this will use the park capacity system and it’s more unlikely to be fully booked.

      As the dates you are visiting are outside of school holidays, during the week and at the start of the Halloween season, I would highly doubt it to be fully booked, but we cannot advise you on what to do. We have had a similar situation, where we arrive slightly later at around 6pm, and instead of risking it we booked a meal at Downtown and then went to the Newport hotel to met the characters.

      • Thanks guys, We are staying off site on this occasion, but starting to feel the negative benefits of that I think sadly. The deal was just so good vs the price of the Disney hotels.. We will be going for the New Disneyland Pass so we’ll be at the mercy of the booking system 🙁

        I think we’ll more than likely just go for a meal in Disney Village and potentially go to the swimming pool for the afternoon when we arrive rather than the park. The booking system is just too restrictive to risk it, even though it is unlikely they will hit capacity. Thanks guys.

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