After months of waiting, Disneyland Paris Annual Pass holders have finally been able to see the brand new range of Digital Annual Passes at Disneyland Paris, and its called the “Disneyland Pass“. As the details for the new digital annual pass has been revealed, we can now answer the question, is the Disneyland Pass worth it?
- Overview, is the Disneyland Pass Worth it?
- Type & Prices of Disneyland Paris Tickets
- Will the Disneyland Pass save you money?
- Benefits of the Disneyland Pass
- Which is the right Disneyland Pass for you?
- Disneyland Pass FAQ
Renewals open on the 19th of July, new sales will open later this summer.
Overview: Is the Disneyland Pass worth it?
The new Disneyland Pass is a massive change from the previous Disneyland Paris Annual Pass system. Regular visitors to the park will still be able to save money, however, for guests and families only planning to visit once a year it may be cheaper to consider the latest Disneyland Paris Hotel & Ticket Packages or plan your holiday with the Disneyland Paris Holiday Planner.
Types of Disneyland Paris Tickets
- 1 days – €62-105 adult
- 1 days – €57-105 child
- 1 days – €87-130 adult
- 1 days – €82-122 child
- 2 days – €156-224 adult
- 2 days – €144-206 child
- 3 days – €216-312 adult
- 3 days – €201-288 child
- 4 days – €256-368 adult
- 4 days – €236-340 child
- 1 park ticket – €105 adult
- 1 park ticket – €97 child
- 2 park ticket – €130 adult
- 2 park ticket – €122 child
Disneyland Pass: The New Disneyland Paris Annual Pass
As the Disneyland Pass level and price increases so do the number of available dates you have to enter the park along with an increase in benefits.
Read our article here for more information on block out and available dates for each pass level
How much is the Disneyland Pass, Disneyland Paris Annual Pass
Disneyland Pass Bronze €289
- 170 days a year
- Free parking
Disneyland Pass Silver €499
- 300 days a year
- Free parking
- 10% shop discounts
- 10% restaurant discount
- 10% PhotoPass discount
Disneyland Pass Gold €699
- 365 days a year
- Free parking
- 15% shop discounts
- 15% restaurant discount
- PhotoPass included
- Extra Magic Time included
Lets crunch them numbers together!
Just looking at these numbers if you are going for 3 consecutive days the Disneyland Pass could save you money.
- Disneyland Pass Bronze €289 (buy here)
if you plan to visit for more than 3 consecutive days, you could save money with this Annual Pass. However, make sure to check the available days as access is only provided on 170 days of the year!
- Disneyland Pass Silver €499 (buy here)
if you plan to visit for more than 3 consecutive days, twice a year, or on more than 5 single days throughout the year.
- Disneyland Pass Gold €699 (buy here)
if you plan to visit for more than 3 consecutive days, three time a year, or more than 7 single days throughout the year.
Benefits of the Disneyland Pass
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.
Free Car Parking
Firstly, all holders of the new Disneyland Pass will get free car parking. This is ideal for locals, guests who stay in offsite hotels or drive the parks.
Disneyland Paris Car Park Fees is currently priced at €30 for cars (Disneyland Paris Car Parking). This hidden cost can easily add up. On an average 3 day trip, guests driving to the parks can expect to pay an additional €120 on car parking fees, on top of your park ticket price.
Food and Merchandise Discount
Once inside the park, you can continue to save money with the Disneyland Pass. From buying that must-have souvenir or the latest instagrammable snack, passholders can save up to 15% within the Disneyland Paris restaurants and retail stores. With so much 30th anniversary merchandise and snacks, these savings can quickly add up, from saving €3 from the Mickey Soap Dispenser to saving over €20 on the latest Loungely.
It’s worth noting that at Disneyland Paris restaurants if only one person in your group has an annual pass, they can use their discount for up to a total of 6 people (including the Annual Pass holder).
One of our favourite benefits to consider is the Annual Photopass. The Photopass provides you with a digital copy of every ride photo and character meet or magic shot taken by Disney photographers during your stay. This is included free with the Disneyland Gold Pass or discounted by 10% with the Disneyland Silver Pass
Inside the parks you can find a similar Photopass priced at €74.99, however, this one only lasts for 10 days, and you would need to buy it again on your next trip!
Extra Magic Time
Access to Disney Parks before the official opening time will only be available to guests with a Gold Disneyland Pass or those staying in a Disney Hotel. This is a great time to ride big-ticket attractions or meet your favourite characters before the park officially opens.
Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Parties
Disneyland Annual Passholders will also have the chance to attend 4 AP Parties each year, with each party focussed on the seasons at Disneyland Paris. The first AP Party will be on the 29th September.
Exclusive Meet & Greets
Disneyland Paris have also confirmed that they will be introducing Exclusive Character Meet and Greets, several times a year, only available to Disneyland Pass Holders!
Disneyland Paris Reservation System
New Disneyland Pass Annual Pass holders will now have unlimited access to the Disney® Parks on all eligible access days, as indicated in the validity calendar for each Pass type and until the Disney® Parks capacity is reached.
Guests with the Disneyland Pass will still need to book an advanced registration, with a maximum of 3 booked dates at any time. However, unlike the previous Annual Pass, the Disneyland Pass will be fully integrated into the parks ticketing system. This will avoid the frustration of seeing booked out Annual Pass dates, and then seeing standard day tickets are available to purchase.
Which is the right Disneyland Pass for you?
In this section, we are going to compare the new 3 tiers of the Disneyland Pass. We are going to discuss the major perks of each pass, how many days you need to visit to make the Disneyland Pass worth it.
Remember, if you only plan on visiting once throughout the year, we would highly recommend that you consider the latest Disneyland Paris Hotel & Ticket Packages or plan your holiday with the Disneyland Paris Holiday Planner as these may provide a cheaper
Is the Bronze Disneyland Pass worth it?
The Bronze Disneyland Pass is the introductory level, and is very similar to the previous Discovery Annual Pass. With an increase from 150 to 170 available days and free parking, this pass is ideal for local guests who can visit the park during weekdays.
The available days of this annual pass usually match the lowest park day ticket prices. Therefore, you’ll need to visit on at least five available weekdays throughout the year to make this pass worth considering.
Is the Silver Disneyland Pass worth it?
The Silver Disneyland Pass is the mid-tier Annual Pass. This pass provides you with 300 available days, free parking, 10% discount within the shops and restaurants, and an optional 10% discount on the purchase of the Annual PhotoPass. Depending upon the available dates you wish to visit, this will be the most popular option for most guests.
To save money with the Silver Pass you’ll need to visit for 3 consecutive days at least twice a year, to make this pass worth considering.
Is the Gold Disneyland Pass worth it?
The Gold Disneyland Pass is the top-tier Annual Pass. This pass will provide you with 365 available days, free parking,15% discount within the shops and restaurants, free Annual PhotoPass, and is the only Annual Pass which includes Extra Magic Time.
This pass will be popular with hardcore Disneyland Paris fans who want at much as possible. You’ll need to visit for 4 consecutive days at least twice a year, to make this pass worth considering.
Disneyland Pass FAQ
Disneyland Paris Annual Pass (Disneyland Pass) will be available from on the 19th of July, 2023!
You can purchase the new Digital Disneyland Pass online here
– Annual Pass holders who are within their renewal period
– Current Annual Pass holders will be able to upgrade to the new range in person from July 19th. The cost of the remaining days on their pass will be deducted from the cost of the new pass (prorated)
– New sales for non-passholders will begin later this summer
– Disability Discounts remains at 25% off for the person and 1 carer. (Purchase on-site only)
– Total number of passes available will be limited.
The Disneyland Pass Bronze will be priced at €289, and provide guests with 170 available days a year
and free parking benefits. Click here to read more
The Disneyland Pass Silver will be priced at €499, and provide guests with 300 available days a year, free parking, 10% shop discounts, 10% restaurant discount and an option 10% PhotoPass discount. Click here to read more
The Disneyland Pass Gold will be priced at €699, and provide guests with 365 available days a year, free parking, 15% shop discounts, 15% restaurant discount, free PhotoPass and is the only annual pass to include access to Extra Magic Time. Click here to read more
No, the new platform will allow guests to purchase a Digital Annual Passes from anywhere in the world. The new pass will link to your account on the Disneyland Paris App. Guests wanting a physical card can still purchase online, and collect a physical card when visiting Disneyland Paris.
Depending upon the level of pass, you can get up to 365 days access to Disneyland Paris, free parking, 15% shop discounts, 15% restaurant discount, free PhotoPass and access to Extra Magic Time. Click here to read more
The Disneyland Pass is the new name given to the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass System. Click here to read more
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