Is the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Worth it?

Is the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Worth it?

Whether you’re a regular visitor or you’re planning your first trip to Disneyland Paris, we are often asked if the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass is worth it? There is a chance that buying the right Annual Pass could make sense for you and help you save money on your trip. In this post, we are going to look deeper into the types of Disneyland Paris Annual Passes, the perks of each pass, and most importantly if the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass is worth it!

Disneyland Paris has announced price a 20-30 increase on the Annual Pass price

UPDATE 31st MARCH 2022
Disneyland Paris has announced updates to the Annual Pass benefits and another price increase on the Annual Pass Price. Day Ticket prices have also seen an increase in price.

Types of Disneyland Paris Annual Passes and Day Tickets

We will do our best to keep this page updated, however, you should always check the latest information on the Disneyland Paris website. As the Annual Pass level and price increases so do the available days to enter the park and additional benefits which we will explore later.

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Types of Disneyland Paris Annual Passes

  • Discovery (€229)
    €289 with parking
    access on 150 selected days per year
  • Magic Flex (€319)
    access on 300 selected days per year
  • Magic Plus (€369)
    access on 350 selected days per year
  • Infinity (€499)
    access on 365 selected days per year

Standard Disneyland Paris Tickets

  • 1-Day Undated Ticket (2 Parks)
    €130 adult (12+),
    €122 child (3-11)
  • 1-Day Dated Ticket (2 Parks)
    €81 to €130 adult (12+),
    €77 to €122 child (3-11)
  • 2-Day Dated Ticket (2 Parks)
    currently unavailable (April 1st, 2022)
  • 3-Day Dated Ticket (2 Parks)
    €201 to €312 adult (12+),
    €186 to €288 child (3-11)
  • 4-Day Dated Ticket (2 Parks)
    €236 to €368 adult (12+),
    €220 to €340 child (3-11)

A quick look at those numbers!

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Just looking at these numbers if you are going for 2 consecutive days or more you could start saving money with a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass.

  • Discovery Annual Pass (€229)
    worth it if you plan to visit at on least 2-3 separate week days (single tickets) or any 3 consecutive days (multi-day ticket)
  • Magic Flex Annual Pass (€319)
    worth it if you plan to visit at on least 3-4 separate week days (single tickets) or any 4 consecutive days (multi-day ticket)
  • Magic Plus Annual Pass (€369)
    worth it if you plan to visit at on least 4-5 separate week days (single tickets) or any 4 consecutive days (multi-day ticket)
  • Infinity Annual Pass (€499)
    worth it if you plan to visit at on least 5-6 separate week days (single tickets) or two 3 consecutive days (multi-day ticket)

Buy your annual pass here

Benefits of a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass

Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Benefits

Free Car Parking

They are a lot of benefits and discounts you get as an Annual Pass member. Firstly, you get free car parking with an Annual Pass (except Discovery). This is ideal for locals or guests who stay in offsite hotels and 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. If you are staying off-site and stay for 4 days, this would be €120 on car parking plus €236-368 on park tickets! It’s going to be cheaper to get an annual pass!

Please be aware, that parking is free for Disney Hotel Guests with the Easy Pass supplied by the Hotel.

Hotel Discounts

A Disneyland Paris Annual Pass can also save you a lot of money when you stay in a Disney Hotel. Annual Pass members can book a room in any of Disney hotels and get a massive discount. The earlier you book the better discount you are given, we have been offered anything from 25-50% discount on rooms in the past. We have just booked two stays at Disneyland Paris, so we can use these as good examples of the savings available.

Example 1 – SAVE 256.21 per night

Firstly, we have a stay at 3-star Disney’s Hotel Cheyenne in September and the advertised price for one night is £458.18, however, with our Annual Pass discount we are only paying £240.02, a saving of £218.16 (around € 256.21) per night!

Example 2 – SAVE 251.95 per night

Secondly, we have a stay at the 4-star Hotel New York – Art of Marvel in January and the advertised price for one night is £448.08, however, with our Annual Pass discount we are only paying £214.52, a saving of £214.51 (around € 251.95) per night!

Just looking at these numbers, you could save yourself a lot of money by getting an annual pass. The Annual Pass room discount has a limit of 2 rooms/cabins per reservation. This means a single Annual Pass holder can book up to 2 rooms in the same hotel at the same time. This is great for when you are travelling with friends and family, however, bookings made with an Annual Pass discount will not include park tickets. So you will need to make sure your whole party has an Annual Pass, or you can also use another perk of discounted park tickets (except Discovery).

Hotel discounts are not available at some locations/room types such as Hotel Suites, Family rooms at Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe and Premium Tribe Cabins at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch.

Ticket Discounts

If you are visiting with friends and family, not only can you get them a room discount, but you can also get theme park tickets at a reduced cost. Magic Flex, Magic Plus and Infinity Passholders can take advantage of the 20% discount on 1-day park tickets. (maximum 5 tickets per day per Annual Pass Holder)

Magic Plus and Infinity Pass holders also have access to additional Ticket Discounts. These “Privilege Tickets” offer a better discount than the usual 20% and allow you to purchase 10 tickets (Magic Plus) or 20 Tickets (Infinity) with a maximum of 5 tickets maximum per calendar week.

Food and Merchandise Discount

Once inside the park, you can continue to use your Disneyland Paris Annual Pass to save money. From buying that must-have souvenir to a drink from a store, you can save up between 10-15% in Disneyland Paris restaurants and 10-20% in their 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).

Annual Photopass

One of our favourite benefits to consider is the Annual Photopass. This is included free with the Infinity Annual Pass and is discounted with the Magic Flex (€65) and Magic Plus (€59).

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!

The Annual Photopass provides you with a digital copy of every ride photo, magic shot and character meet and greet taken by Disney photographers. With the return of close character interactions at Disneyland Paris, this Photopass will now allow you to capture and keep so many more magical moments!

Extra Magic Time

Access to Disney Parks before the official opening time. As an Annual Pass Holder or a Disney Hotel guest will have early access to Disneyland Park an hour before the official opening. This is a great time to ride big-ticket attractions or meet your favourite characters.

Access to Extra Magic Time is also possible for guests with a Privilege Ticket, when in the presence of the Annual Pass member.

Annual Pass Available Dates

Keep in mind that each Disneyland Paris Annual pass has a number of available dates. Therefore, if you want to visit outside of these dates you would need to purchase park tickets.

These dates can and often do change, however, you can find a rough outline of the available dates below for each Annual Pass, and you can find the complete list here

  • Discovery (€229) access on 150 selected days per year
    The unavailable days with this pass include all weekends, and high season times such as July, August, Halloween, Christmas etc
  • Magic Flex (€319) access on 300 selected days per year
    The unavailable days with this pass are some weekends, peak season, as well as Halloween and Christmas
  • Magic Plus (€369) access on 350 selected days per year
    The unavailable days with this pass are usually around Halloween and Christmas
  • Infinity (€499) access on 365 selected days per year
    No unavailable days, you can visit every day of the year!

Due to the available dates, you will find that most Annual Pass holders opt for the Magic Plus whilst guests who want to experience Halloween night, or the week of Christmas and New Year tend to choose the Infinity Annual Pass.

Update to Annual Pass System.

Please be aware due to the recent update to the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass system you can only currently book 3 dates in the Advanced Registration system. Once your first day has been used, you can then book the next.

In this section, we are going to look deeper at all 4 Disneyland Paris Annual Passes. We are going to discuss the major perks of that particular Annual Pass, how many days you need to visit to make the Annual Pass worth it, and if/when you should consider upgrading to the next level.

In our opinion, a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass is only worth it when it saves you money and allows you to visit the parks on the dates you want to do. Just because an Infinity Annual Pass is cheaper than buying separate day tickets doesn’t mean it’s the right choice to make.

The most common number of days people spend at Disneyland Paris is between 3 to 4 days. If you visit the parks for 3 days, twice a year, this could cost you between €402-624 in park tickets alone, so you could save up to €125 by buying the top-level Infinity Annual Pass, and up to €255 if you bought the Magic Plus.



The Discovery Pass is the lowest priced Annual Pass at Disneyland Paris at €229. With this comes a lot of limitations and not a lot of discounts. For example, there is over half of the year where you will not be able to visit the park with this Annual Pass and the only discount you get is the choice to purchase unlimited car parking for €60.

The available days of this annual pass usually match the lowest park day ticket prices. Therefore, you will need to visit on at least two available weekdays to make this pass worth considering.

Is the Disneyland Paris Discovery Annual Pass worth it?

If you only plan to visit a few off-peak days within a year, then this pass could be suitable for you. However, if you want to visit on weekends or planning to make a longer trip it may be worth upgrading the Magic Flex or Magic Plus.

Is the DISNEYLAND PARIS Magic Flex Annual PASS worth it?

Is the DISNEYLAND PARIS Magic Flex Annual PASS worth it?

The Magic Flex Pass is the second tier Disneyland Paris Annual Pass and is priced at €319. For €90 more, you get 300 available days, an increase of 150 available days compared to the Discovery Annual Pass, you also start to get discounts in Disney shops (10%), restaurants (10%), discounted hotel stays, 20% discounted 1-day park tickets for your friends and family as well as free car parking pass worth €60

They are still 65 unavailable days scattered throughout the calendar including Halloween and Christmas but you can visit some weekends.

Is the Disneyland Paris Magic Flex Annual Pass worth it?

The Disneyland Paris Magic Flex Annual Pass is worth it if you plan on having three separate day visits to the resort or 4 consecutive days in the park. We would also advise people to look at this option if the dates they want to visit are not available with the Discovery Pass.

Is the DISNEYLAND PARIS Magic Plus Annual PASS worth it?

Is the DISNEYLAND PARIS Magic Plus Annual PASS worth it?

Magic Plus is the third tier Disneyland Paris Annual Pass and is priced at €369. This is the most popular Disneyland Paris Annual Pass as it provides you all the benefits of the Magic Flex with the addition of Extra Magic Time, the option to buy Privilege tickets, and access to the parks 350 days a year, which means you can book into the park any weekday or weekend apart from the 15 unavailable dates are around Halloween and Christmas.

Extra Magic Time at Disneyland Paris allows hotel guests and specific Annual Pass holders (Magic Plus and Infinity) to enter the park 1 hour before everybody else. This lets you meet characters, ride attractions and even get those castle photos before the crowds enter the park.

You also have an option to purchase discounted park tickets for your friends and family when they visit the park with you. These “privilege tickets” are priced between €47-66, saving your friends €34-64 per day!

Is the Disneyland Paris Magic Plus Annual Plus worth it?

Yes, the Disneyland Paris Magic Plus Annual Pass will be worth it for most guests. With a great price, increased available dates and access to Extra Magic Time it is no surprise that this is the most popular Annual Pass at Disneyland Paris. If you plan on visiting for 4 days or more in a year, you could save a lot of money! Make sure you use the Hotel discount to save even more money on your stay!

Is the DISNEYLAND PARIS Infinity Annual PASS worth it?

The Disneyland Paris Infinity Annual Pass takes much more consideration. At €499, it is an extra €130 over the Magic Plus and sees the biggest price increase between any of the Annual Pass tiers.

For the additional €130, you get an extra 15 available days in the park including Halloween, Christmas and New Year. For some people, these dates are the most important ones of the year it will justify the price increase, but for others, this may not matter.

After many years of trying to celebrate New Year in Disneyland Paris, and being unable to do so because of the pandemic, we are determined to do it this year! The Infinity Annual Pass is the only one to allow you access to the parks between the 24th-31st of December. If we did not have this Annual pass we would need to buy additional park tickets costing €124 per day, per person to visit the park within these dates, so by upgrading to the Infinity, we will actually save a lot of money.

Of course, this is not going to be the case for everybody. Remember you can still experience Halloween and Christmas at Disneyland Paris without going on these specific dates, the festivals last for 2 months each!

Better Park Benefits

You do get a few additional discounts and perks with the Infinity Annual Pass over any other which could this suitable for some people, or at least one member of your family.

Firstly, you get access to Disney Illuminations and Parade VIP Areas. This means you can enjoy more time in the park and avoid having to wait hours for that perfect viewing spot. For example, for Disney Illuminations, you get access to a roped area right in front of the castle. It is truly amazing!

Secondly, you get 20% off merchandise in the shops (an additional 10% over the Magic Plus). In essence, if you spend €500 within the shops over the year, you would save €100, €50 more than if you had a Magic Plus.

Thirdly, you get 15% off Disney Restaurants (an extra 5% over the Magic Plus). In essence 5 visits, spending €200 each time, you will save €150, €50 more than Magic Plus.

Fourthly, you get a better discount at Disney Hotels, up to 50% off selected dates and based on availability. This is like booking a flight, book early for the best discount, as fewer seats become available, the discount will lower.

As an Infinity Pass Holder, you will also get Annual PhotoPass+, this is another €59 saving over the Magic Plus.

They are also other areas you save money with the Infinity Annual Pass, however, the following three benefits have been removed from the current list. Disneyland Paris has confirmed they are still offering these until further notice.

  • free stroller rentals, usually €25 per day
  • free wheelchair rentals, usually €25 per day
  • Privileged parking areas, usually an extra €15 on top of the standard €30 a day

If you’re a Disneyland Paris local or fanatic, then this pass very well may make sense for you. Again, the additional discounts alone are probably worth half of the cost to move up from Plus to Infinity.

Is the Disneyland Paris Infinity Annual Plus worth it?

If you plan to visit for more than 6 days, stay in a Disney hotel, or want to visit on Halloween or over Christmas and New Year then yes the Infinity pass is worth it. If you don’t want to visit on these dates then opt for the Magic Plus.


This is the question we have been trying to answer throughout this post. The quick answer is, YES for most people visiting Disneyland Paris buying an annual pass will save you money, even on a 2-day trip!

However, make sure you check those available dates and benefits before deciding which Annual Pass will be right for you.

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How to Buy a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Online

You may have noticed you are unable to purchase an annual pass when you visit the Disneyland Paris website. However, this does not mean you are unable to purchase the pass online. The main reason you will be unable to see this option is due to the language settings on the website. You can only purchase a Disneyland Paris annual pass online when the language is set to French!

Due to this, we have created a separate guide on how to buy a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Online

Where can I purchase a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass
You can purchase a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass online or inside the Park.
– To purchase online, we have created a separate guide on how to buy a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Online
– You can also purchase an Annual Pass inside the park at the Annual Passholder Office located by the entrance to Discoveryland. In the coming months, this may be moving into Town Square at the top of Main Street within the Annual Passholder store, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

Can I Use Any Other Disney Annual Passes At Disneyland Paris?
No. Unfortunately, you cannot use a Walt Disney World Annual Pass or a Disneyland Annual Pass at Disneyland Paris. The Premier Passport will only allow you access to US Disney Parks and not Disneyland Paris.

Can I Use My Disneyland Paris Disney Annual Passes At Other Parks?
No, you can only use the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass at Disneyland Paris. You will not get free or discounted entry into any other Disney park with a Disneyland Paris Annual Pass.

How many days can you book into the Park at a time?
No matter the type of Annual Pass, you can only have 3 days booked at any time. Once the first of these days have passed you will be able to book your next date.

Do I need to prebook my dates if I stay in a Disney hotel?
No, you do not need to prebook into the Park via the Advanced Registration if you are staying in a Disney Hotel. Instead, you will show your Hotel Magic Pass at the entrance.

58 thoughts on “Is the Disneyland Paris Annual Pass Worth it?”

  • Hi, we signed up for the annual pass online and chose the post option by accident, I have gotten an email with both me and my wife’s AP number but we don’t have for the kids as I used my email for them (would that be an issue)

    1. Would we be able to use the pass numbers /email at the park (we bought dated tickets as a backup)

    2. What are we able to do with the pass numbers but not the card by mail once there?

    3. We have the infity pass and we’re able to make reservations for us but as I said missing the ones for the kids.

    Thanks in advance and apologies for the rambling. It’s our first time and made a mess of the planning.

    • Hi

      Thanks for your comment and we will try to help as much as possible. Annual Pass numbers can be emailed to you over a few days, DLP usually say it takes around 7 days give or take a few days.

      1. You need the physical card to enter the parks, if you do not get your card before your visit, please make sure you visit the ticket office as they will be able to issue these to you.

      2. With your annual pass number you can book your hotel discounts Ivia the phone) and access the annual pass portal to book any additional perks such as privilege tickets or VIP viewing areas.

      3. You can prebook your dates, but you would need to wait until you get the pass number for the children to book their dates into the park.

      If you have not received the email with their annual pass numbers in the next 48hours, we would recommend phoning the annual pass dedicated phone line as they may be able to help and check any issues.

      Thank you

  • Hello I have a few questions that I hope you could answer.
    1) we are a family of 4 ( 2 adults, a 7 year old and a 3 year old) me and my wife are coming in November alone, could we purchase AP on the day for us all or would the children need to be with us? we could bring their passports.
    2) we are getting the Infinity Passes, should we get the children passes or just buy tickets when we think of coming? we are planning on visiting at Christmas and potentially another 3-4 times next year?
    3) can you leave and return to the park & car park at anytime incase we want to leave in the afternoon to return later for a meal or fireworks?
    4) would you recommend staying onsite or offsite (no issue as i will be driving) what are the discounts on hotels in the Christmas period?
    thanks and look forward to reading your reply.

    • Hi

      Thanks for commenting, we will do all we can to help.

      1. If you are buying onsite you would need to have the children with you as the cast member would need to take their photo. Also please be aware if you buy the annual pass at the parks make sure you are staying in a Disney hotel as you can only reserve your entry once you have your pass. Alternatively you can all your passes online before your trip in November (we have another guide to do this) and then you get the bonus of discounted hotels prices and can arrange and upload your pics before hand.

      2. If visiting over Christmas only the Infinity pass would be suitable. I would say its worth getting them an annual pass as this would ensure you dont have to worry about about booking privilage tickets at peak times and also ensures they can stay with you in specific viewing areas for the fireworks and parades. The firework is a must for children you are right at the front and get a perfect view of the castle projections and fireworks.

      3. Yes you are free to leave and return to the parks anytime during the day, and park hop between Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios. This is great and will allow the kids the relax and recharge in the afternoon before the fireworks later in the night

      4. They are many great hotels in and around Disneyland Paris and depending on the length of our stay we switch between to the two options.
      As a rule of thumb we say if we are in the parks for 4 days or more we stay onsite.
      This is due to the reservation system and annual pass holders only being able to hold 3 days at any time. By staying onsite this ensure entry on everyday of your trip and you dont have to worry about booking days whilst on your holiday. However, on shorter trips we do always check the prices with Disney as in some instances its been cheaper to stay onsite. We have been offered a range from 40% to 10% discounts. The earlier you book the better discounts you get.

      If you have any other questions please do comment or send us a message on Instagram

  • Hi, I’m looking for some advice regarding the annual infinity passes.

    I am looking to buy 4 of these.

    We have two children who are registered disabled, and we are their carers. I am planning to buy one pass upfront without the discount in order to book the hotel room at a reduced rate before we go and then buy the remaining three annual passes when we get to the park.

    Do you think this is the best way to do this?

    I’m worried if I leave it there might not be the park availability for the three people who have the passes to gain entry into the park, would that be the case?

    Also, we normally stay in Club level rooms, I need to make sure that these aren’t excluded from the hotel discounts before I take the plunge and buy the passes if anyone could advise?

    What are the discounts for these rooms typically? Am I looking at 10% or is it more?

    Also, finally, are you able to add on meal plans to the booking or do you need to buy meals separately?

    I really appreciate any help with this.

    Have a great day!

    • Hi Sarah

      Thank you for your comment and I hope we can help provide some additional assistance for you. We have replied to your message on Instagram too in much more detail.

      We would advise purchasing two passes beforehand, and buying the remaining two on-site as the disability discount will only apply to the holder and career. This also means if one pass is delayed in the post you still book your hotel early and get the discounts

      If you book in a Disney hotel you don’t need to worry about Park reservations as your entry is guaranteed with your room key (magic pass)

      Some club level rooms are excluded from the discounts available. We have been given discounts on the club rooms at Hotel Newport Bay, but have been refused discounts from Club level rooms at Hotel New York.

      We have seen a wide range of discounts provided, these are usually based on availability, the earlier you book the better discount you get. We have been given everything from over 40% (booked months before) to 15% (booked a few weeks before).

      Yes you can still add the dining plan if you book with an annual pass. When booking the rooms, they usually ask if you would like this added to the booking. If they don’t mention it, just ask them and they will provide you with the options available for that specific hotel.

      If you have any other questions please do reply or message us on Instagram

  • Hi,
    Thanks for great advice

    I am in Disney the day before my family. Can I purchase annual passes for them if they are not present? Or do they need to be there for ID purposes.

    Secondly my son with Autism may be able to get 25% off another annual pass if we bring the documentation. Again does he need to be present ?


    • Hi, they would need to be present to complete the identification process including creating the Annual Pass ID.

      Disneyland Paris accessibility page state “With an official document proving disability accepted by Disneyland Paris, you and an accompanying person are also entitled to a 25% discount on your Park Ticket or Annual Pass.”

      We hope you have great time 🙂

  • Time is of the essence. I am scheduled to go to London from the US in 10 days. I want to buy an Infinity Annual pass and use it to get a hotel discount via calling the phone number for reservations tomorrow. My question is, when I buy the pass, which option should I chose, the instant print ticket or the actual pass to be mailed to me? Or should I just call tomorrow and ask them?

    • Hi, thanks for your message.

      In 10 days I think you may have left it too late to order and have it delivered to you to allow you to get the Hotel discount. You could order one for collection at the parks and use the ‘temporary pass number’ to try to get a discount. However, from feedback we have seen this has had mixed results. To make sure you get the best advice I would call them and discuss this option.

      Thank you

      • Hello, thank you for your quick response. I called today and they said although not a problem, as long as I book the annual pass and room during the same phone call (have to buy the pass via the phone), highly discounted annual pass rates are suspended from May through the summer and generally only offer 10% off, and the same prices with the 10% off are available on Expedia. Just for what it’s worth, that’s what they told me. (Not the Expedia part, I had to look that up myself) But thank you again for your help!

  • Hello,
    If I have one Infinity Pass for myself, can I bring also my husband and daughter to the to Disney Illuminations and Parade VIP Areas? Or each one needs to have his own Infinity Pass to enter the area?
    Thank you very much!

  • ok 6 of us arriving 8th August looking for 3 days tickets . 9/10/11. My son is disabled so we can get 25 % of tickets for him and a carer
    1. Best ticket options ?
    2..Can we buy yearly pass with discount on line ?
    3.if so which one would be best ?and how far in advance do we need to buy it to get discounted tickets for the rest ?
    4. Does the carer need to be the same every trip ?
    5. if we wait and buy carer disabled tickets when we get there will they be available?
    6. Can we get 25% discount if we book a room and ticket package at hotel ?

    • Hi and thanks for the comment. I hope your excited for your trip coming up and hope we can help

      1. This would depend on a lot of things discussed in this article

      2. No you can only buy the disability annual pass at the ticket offices at Disneyland Paris

      3. As you can only buy it at the gates you cant really buy it in advance if you want the discount. If they are multiple people going and you going in a Disneyland Paris hotel, you could order their annual pass now and get the hotel discounts, and then the room magic keys will ensure you get access to the parks when you buy a disability annual pass on your first day.

      4. No, Disneyland Paris recently updated their accessibility program. “You are not required to bring anyone with you to Disneyland Paris, but we recommend bringing someone to share in the magic. What’s more, one Guest of your choice can benefit from 25% off their ticket”

      5. Im sorry but we wouldn’t know, this is something you would need to check with Disneyland Paris

      6. The discount is only available on tickets and not hotel rooms. However, if you purchased an annual pass you would benefit from up to 50% off the room cost

      If you have any other questions please do let us know or ask us via our instagram page

  • 1. I purchased today the infinity pass online . I plan to come on May 28th and would like to purchaes 3 discounted tickest for my family. i am not in Paris and con’t come to the ticket office before our visit. how can i be sure that we will be able to get all to the park on this day?
    2. I booked for myself the entrance for May 28th but i cannot get the second day entry reservation. How can i do that before phisical arrival?
    3. Also how can we get infinity discounted package for hotel?

    • Hi

      Did you choose the have your pass delivered to home or did you choose the temporary pass? You can only book 3 days if you have chosen to have your pass delivered to home.

      If you have chosen to have your pass delivered to home you will be able to book your days into the park once you have been assigned a pass number. This is usually a week after ordering and all information provided including uploading you pass photo. If you have chosen a temporary pass you can only book your first day and then you would collect this at the ticket office at Disneyland Paris. Once you have been given this you can book additional days into the park.

      Once you have your pass you should be able to book your discounted ticket via the annual pass portal.

      Again with the hotel discount, you would simply call the Disneyland paris booking like and provide them with the annual pass number.

      If you do have any other questions please do reply or message us on our instagram page

  • Hi im wanting to plan a 4 nights 5 day stay at dlp (package includes hotel and tickets for all 5days) im wondering if it would work out cheaper to get annual passes book hotel with pass discount and would i get the 5 days in parks with the annual passes sorry if i sound silly its all just so confusing all info i see. Thank you x kelly

    • Hi Kelly,

      This would depend upon a lot of factors, such as the dates you are wanting to go, your hotel choice, the number of people in the group, if you plan on going again within the 365 period.

      Once you have the base cost of the 4 nights at Disneyland Paris, you will know more. You can check the prices at Disneyland Paris by clicking here

      • Thank you there six of us 3 adults and 3 kids but only one is charged at child prices as shes only nine rest are 14 and 16 we looked at sequoia lodge and the four nights and 5 days passes are just over 3 and a half grand for week we want 3 rooms cos the 3rd adult wants his own space hes 20 we would use the annual pass again if saving are to be made ive just been told so many different things by different people that im confused with it all thank you for your reply xx

        • Hi

          Thanks for your reply. To allow us to advise better can you confirm what dates are you looking to visit, which pass level would you be looking at, and would this be for all members of the group?

          If you prefer you can use our contact us page to send that information.

  • Hi

    Please bear with me as I have a few questions

    1) I wish to purchase 4 x magic plus temporary passes now However we are not travelling until 31 may so can I prebook the 1st 3 days of our trip (understand we cannot book the 4th day until we arrive) in advance and does the 365 days start from now or from 31st May?

    2) We are taking 2 guests with us, so can I purchase their privilege passes at the same time as ordering our temporary pass?

    3) if we decide to wait and purchase the 4 passes when we arrive, can I also purchase the privilege tickets at the same time? So not having to buy any 1 day passes

    4) is there still 20% discount on buffalo bills

    5) is the free soft drink only at table service restaurants and is this one per day? Would our guests be entitled to this as well?

    6) is there a likelihood of us not being able to enter the park between 31 may and 03 June

    7) final question, if I pre booked a 4 day pass for all of us in advance, can this be refunded if we purchase annual passes or is it only the 1 day that can be refunded or the value we paid out towards the annual pass. Just want to ensure we are guaranteed access each day?

    Thank you very much for your patience

    Kind regards


    • Hi,

      Thanks for your questions and we will try to help as much as possible

      1. If you purchase your annual pass and choose to have a temporary pass you can only book 1 day into the park until you collect your annual pass from the ticket office at Disneyland Paris. The annual pass will start on the date you collect, so if you collect it on the 31st May, you will get 365 days from this date. The only way to book 3 dates into the park is to have the pass sent to your home, which would mean it would start straight away.

      2. No you can only order privilege tickets, get hotel discounts or book any advantages of the pass once get your annual pass. These cannot be booked with a temporary pass.

      3. Looking at the annual pass online area, it appears you cannot buy privilege tickets on the day. However, please be aware with a Magic Plus you can only buy a maximum of 10 a year and 5 within the same week. It’s also worth noticed that only a set number of Privilege tickets are available each day, and checking these today (9th April 2022) we can see 4 days are already sold out next week.

      4. Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show…with Mickey and Friends has been officially closed forever at Disneyland Paris.

      5. This was set to just the annual pass holders, however, we have seen this been given less and less. When we asked about this, a cast member has said this has been removed. However, you can use your annual pass for the restaurant food and drink discount for up to 6 people (including the annual pass holder).

      6. There is a strong chance you wont be able to enter. We have seen higher park attendance this year, and with the 30th celebrations its only going to get busier. Remember, if you stay in a Disney Hotel, you don’t need to book an advanced registration, you get guaranteed access with your magic pass for the duration of your stay.

      7. Disneyland Paris will only usually deduct the cost of a 1 day park ticket from the cost of the annual pass.

      Thank you

  • I’m looking to book Newport bay club rooms for 5 nights and tickets to DLP for 3 days, 5 adults and 2 kids under 3, this July. Would it be worth it to get the Magic Flex pass for hotel and ticket discount? Am worried that July is crowded and will run out of tickets? I’m also considering marvel hotel, are hotel discounts across all hotels?

    Also if I get the jnfinity pass, could my husband use it to bring in my 2 year old to view the shows? Is it worth it just for this or is there any other way to get VIP access?

    • Hi

      Thanks for your questions. July does tend to be a busy time for the Parks, and this year crowds have been higher than usual already with the return of close character interactions and people coming back after postponed trips.

      Only infinity pass holders can enter the VIP viewing areas so both you and your husband would need this pass level pass if you both want to enter the area, however, I would like to think they would make an exception for a 2 year old.

      In regards to the trip, you can get a discount off any hotel with the Annual Pass, however you would need to get some comparison prices to work out what is best for you. For 5 adults and 2 children, I would assume you would need 2 rooms. You can book 2 discount rooms with a single Annual Pass so this would be okay, but remember if you do this you don’t get any park tickets so you would need to purchase tickets for everybody who does not have an annual pass, this could work out expensive, as 3 day tickets in July are around €285 per adult (12+) and €264 per child (3-11). If you used the 20% discount on the single day tickets you would save a little but not much only €10 per person due to the discount Disneyland Paris offer on multi-day tickets.

      If you book a complete package via Disney, you get a Hotel and Park Tickets bundle, which guarantees entry into the parks for everyone for each day of your visit.

  • I’m going in July and was planning on getting one infinity pass and one magic plus pass – would both of us be able to get into the VIP viewing area?

    • Hi, This is a much debated topic, but at the moment, only Infinity Pass Holders are able to enter the VIP Viewing area and you are unable to book “guests” into this area. This means the person with the Magic Plus would not be able to enter.

  • Hi, I’m hoping to visit May and September next year so looking at getting the discovery pass for my husband and the magic flex for myself. We also have a 2 year old. If I order annual passes via the website am I able to forward date them or would they start as soon as I order them? And if I can’t forward date, am I able to book hotel rooms with the AP discount before actually having an AP? Otherwise I’ll end up losing out on a lot of time on the pass, to try and book my hotel earlier. (This applies more for our May visit than September)
    I hope that makes sense.

    • Hi, Thanks for your comment, I will try to help as much as possible.

      Firstly, please be careful with the dates in May, as Discovery pass usually has limited dates in this month such as not being able to visit on Weekends.

      When you order an annual pass you can choose to have it start straight away or choose to be given a temporary pass which you will convert to your annual pass on your day 1 visit.

      However, we have heard a lot of feedback recently in regards to booking Hotel discounts with an annual pass. As a “rule of thumb” you need to have an active Annual Pass at the time of booking and on the dates you are visiting. This is because you need to provide your annual pass number to book the discounted room. We have heard mixed results with people who have had a temporary pass as they are unable to confirm the physical start date, and we have also had friends who were unable to book rooms whilst they were waiting for their renewed annual pass to be delivered.

      If you are looking to visit in May and September (both next year), I would advise purchasing an annual pass later in the year or the very start of next year to make sure you get both trips within a single 365 day period and can use the discount on both trips.

      Remember, once your child turns 3, they will also need a park ticket, so I would also consider whether it is better you getting the Magic Plus and have the benefit of the “Privilege tickets” Vs the cost of the standard 20% discount with the Magic Flex.

      Hope that helps

  • I’m arriving on Tuesday and need to exchange my temp annual pass for the actual one. I understand the annual pass office is not open at the moment, but instead I can get it at the office outside studios? I think this is only open 12-5 each day. Can I also purchase my family annual passes on pay monthly from this desk? Will I be able to enter the park with my temp pass? Thank you

    • Hi,
      yes thats correct, you would need to go to the ticket office by the Walt Disney Studios Park. On our last visit, the ticket office was open all day for annual pass holders, not just 12-5. However, the queues were long, so I would advise you check the times with the Cast Members and get there early in the day.

      You should be able to purchase an annual pass and pay with the pay monthly option, however, please make sure you have the details to set up the direct debit / standing order.

      Yes, you can enter the park with the temporary pass but only for 1 day.

  • We are 5 adults, 2 children going to Disney in July . 2 of our party are disabled so would be entitled to 25% of their tickets & 25% discount for 2 Carers. I have reserved two rooms through booking . Com but would really like some help deciding what is the best & cheapest way to get tickets. Would it be cheaper to get an annual pass, or book the whole package through Disney or pre book 3 tickets before we go & the discounted tkts when we get there. We are staying 4 nights at Magic circus breakfast included. Any help would be great please.

    • Hi,

      Thanks for your message. They are a lot of factors you would need to consider with this.

      I assume you have 4 nights / 5 days stay so you would need 5 days tickets. At the moment Disneyland Paris only have dated tickets for 1-4 days, so if you are visiting the parks for 5 days you would need to purchase a 4 day ticket and an additional single day ticket so each person. In July a 4 day ticket would be €336 / adult (12+) and €308 / child (3-11), with a single day ticket €114 / adult (12+) €107 / child (3-11). This would mean without any discounts it would be €450 adult, and €415 per child. So price wise it would be better getting an annual pass. Please note, if you do buy an annual pass you can also get 25% Disability discount.

      In July 2022, you are UNABLE to visit the park on most days with the discovery annual pass, and the 2nd and 14th (Magic Flex). So depending upon your dates I would recommend looking at the Magic Plus option.

      However, this could then bring up a potential issue with the reservation system. If you buy an annual pass and stay offsite at the Magic Circus, you can only pre-book 3 days into the park on the reservation system. This means you would need to book your 4th and 5th day whilst you are on vacation, and if these dates are fully booked at this time you will not be able to enter the park.

      The other option you have is to get an annual pass and use the hotel discount to stay in one of the budget Disney hotel such as the Cheyenne or Santa Fe. If you stay in a Disney hotel your park reservations are guaranteed throughout your stay so you wont have any potential issues with park entry.

      It’s a lot to consider, and I would recommend calling the Disneyland Paris booking line, as they will be able to advise you of the costs for your dates and you will be able to work out what is best for you.

      • Thank you for your reply. We only need a 4 day tkt as we don’t arrive till late on the first day. If we bought an annual pass does the carer get 25% off too?

        • Yes, with an official document proving disability accepted by Disneyland Paris, you and an accompanying person are entitled to a 25% discount on an Annual Pass (or a Park Ticket purchased at the entrance of the Disney Parks for each visit).

  • Hi, if I purchased the second highest pass, would I be able to use the discounted one day tickets for all of my family ( 3 children) or can you only use one at a time ? Also staying offsite I have to book into the reservation system but if I wanted to use the annual pass discount to get tickets for my family on the day how would that work as the park could be full already ? Thank you!

    • Hi,

      Thanks for your comment.

      At the moment, for each Magic Plus Annual Pass (second highest level) you would have a limit of 5 tickets per week and up to a maximum of 10 tickets a year. This is increased to 20 tickets a year with the Infinity Pass. If you need to buy more than what is available you can purchase 1-day ticket at the entrance to the Disney Parks and take advantage of the 20% Annual Pass discount.

      You would not need to register the entry for the Privilege tickets as you would select the date of your visit when ordering.

      Thank you

  • We are ex shareholders so entitled to 15% discount on AP but need to phone. I think we then get a temporary pass that needs to be converted. We have a 2.5 day trip in April. I have a few questions. If we buy the AP over the phone how do we reserve the dates we need, do we have immediate access to the registration system. And we arrive in the area on a Saturday but not intending to go into the parks until Monday. Can we collect the pass for real over the weekend – it seems from the reservation calendar that AP slots are full for all weekends through to May. We don’t intend to use the park but can’t figure out how to get the pass for real without going in and how we can go in to collect the pass if they’re not allowing AP holders access at the weekend.

    • We are not sure how current or previous shareholders get any discount on the passes.

      However, from our experience no matter if you call or order it online they are unable to book dates for you as it requires the annual pass number or ticket.

      You can choose to have the pass delivered to you or you can collect it from the ticket office just outside the Walt Disney Studios Park. You dont need to enter the park to collect it, and you dont need a reservation to just go in and around Disney Village

      A lot of the weekends are getting booked up quickly, but you can use an annual pass for a Disney Hotel discount and if you stay in a Disney hotel you wont need to book an advanced registration as this is automatically included as part of your hotel magic pass.

      Any specific questions or quicker replies please do follow us and message us on instagram

  • Hi we are visiting débridât half term and have booked a package. We are planning on coming at Christmas as well and wondered if it would be beneficial for us to book the infinity annual pass for us all. As we have already booked a package can we still deduct a days ticket? Also do I need to get an annual pass when we are there or can we buy online?
    Many thanks

    • Hi,

      Thanks for your message. In regards to the annual pass you can upgrade to an Annual Pass and deduct the cost of a single day admission ticket from the price of the annual pass.

      If you want to go to Christmas, the only annual pass which would be beneficial is the Infinity due to the dates of entry.

      Currently with an annual pass you can only have 3 dates booked into the park. If you are staying “off-site” this could be an issue as you are unable to book the final days of your trip. However, you could use your annual pass for hotel discounts, and in this case you don’t need to book into the park as your entry is guaranteed via your hotel magic pass.

      If you want to explain anything more or have any other questions please do message us on instagram @my_castle_club

  • Hello. Does everyone in your party need to have an annual pass to be allowed discounted entry to the parks? For example we are a family of 4…(x2 adults, x1 5 year old and 1 infant). Do we all need individual annual passes? And finally, can we get discounts on packages (hotel+tickets included?) rather than having to register on individual days? Thanks!

    • Hi, thanks for your comment.
      If you purchase an annual pass you would not need to pay any additional amount to enter the parks, you would simply scan your annual pass to enter the parks. Please be aware, children under 3’s do not need to pay to enter Disneyland Paris.

      I would advise you crunch the numbers to work out which was more cost effective for you. For example, you could purchase 1 annual pass to benefit from the hotel discounts, then purchase “privilege tickets” via the annual pass platform for other members of your family as required. Or you could book a “Hotel and Ticket” package direct via a Disney travel agent or Disneyland Paris.

      If you stay in a Disney Hotel, you would not need to book into the park as this would be linked to your Rooms Magic Card. You only need to book into the park via the advanced registration system if you are staying offsite.

      Thank you

  • Can an annual pass be canceled after it has been purchased and a refund received for the time not used?

    • Hi, we are unsure if you can cancel for a refund, however, they do offer a monthly payment plan and if any any point a payment is not made the annual pass would be cancelled. In this case they do send you an email explaining the payment issues and the cancellation of the pass if payment is not made by a specific date.

    • Hi

      Yes, you can buy the annual pass online and have the pass start straight away, however, you will need to change the website language to French. I would advise you use Google Chrome as you can select the French language option on Disneyland Paris website and have google translate this for you.

      Please follow this link

      • Hi guys, great page and so helpful. I’m hoping you can help point me in the right direction. Looking to travel at the end of August and was looking at buying 4 Annual passes for the group. Issue seems to be the fact that with one of the party being disabled, we can’t receive the 25% discount over the phone and therefore wouldn’t be able to get the hotel discount unless we travel without a hotel booking. Any suggestions to maximise the benefits. Thanks in advance

        • Hi Craig

          Thanks for your comment, we have seen this issue a few times and they are ways to resolve this.

          You could purchase 2 annual passes before your trip. These could then be used for your hotel discount for the whole party. Once at Disneyland Paris you could then purchase the additional 2 annual passes at the ticket office ensuring the disability discount.

          If you have any other questions please do let us know or see our guide on how to buy an annual pass online

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