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  • [Question] Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

    Possibly looking at going to DLP for a day or two in March from London, but so far its proving cost-prohibitive. Discount Paris has a presumably pretty good deal: EuroDisney and 2* Accommodation -Eurostar Hotels
    . . .But I don't know anything about them as a site/company, and naturally I would prefer to avoid being swindled. Has anyone used them before?

    *apologies if this belongs in the Paris Travel Planning thread, but that thread isn't exactly high traffic.
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    Re: Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

    From the response I would say no. I think you would be much better off by booking with a respected travel site or agency. It may cost more, but it will be worth the peace of mind.
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      Re: Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

      Point taken. I'll look elsewhere. Any suggestions?
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      Lotte World: 2012

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        Re: Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

        I'm going on a plane to Disney fly baby something like that and going by bus then to it in france we paid both diffrent so it was cheaper I sussgest tomas cook agency .
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          Re: Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

          Originally posted by jimmay View Post
          Point taken. I'll look elsewhere. Any suggestions?
          Booking directly with Disneyland Paris would be your best move, as the site often has quite a few good deals. If you want to shop around for a quote taking PhantomBoy's recomendation and trying somewhere like Thomas Cook or another big name Travel operator like Expedia.
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            Re: Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

            I'll check out Thomas Cook Agency. I guess my problem is that I only want to spend 1 1/2 days in the parks and 1 night in the hotel, the rest of the time I'll be in London. Eurostar is the only reasonable way to make the sidetrip for me, but it's damn pricey. And the official website only allows you to book 3 day/2 night deals.

            I guess I should have also mentioned I'm a yank, so I'm in foreign territory here.

            Edit: Thomas Cook is UK only apparently. Sadness pie.
            Last edited by jimmay; 12-15-2009, 04:02 PM.
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            Disney/theme park Park Trips:
            Disneyland Anaheim: 1983, 1987, 1994, 2002, 2007, 2011, 2012
            Walt Disney World: 1997, 2007, 2010
            Tokyo Disneyland: 2009, 2012
            Disneyland Paris: 2010
            Hong Kong Disneyland: 2012
            Universal Orlando: 2007, 2010 (twice!)
            Efteling:2011
            Lotte World: 2012

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            • #7
              Re: Has anyone bought tickets through Discount-Paris.com?

              UPDATE: I ended up booking everything separately. Eurostar appears to have dropped their rates some, as I procured a lower fare today than I had been quoting for weeks on the official site. Booked at the Dream Castle for 1 night; going to try to squeeze as much as I can into my little side trip as possible, so Disneyland is going to be a one day affair, I hope the temps stay above 40 when I'm there in March.

              Thanks for the advice everyone, and, who knows, maybe I'll see you there!
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              ________________________________________
              Disney/theme park Park Trips:
              Disneyland Anaheim: 1983, 1987, 1994, 2002, 2007, 2011, 2012
              Walt Disney World: 1997, 2007, 2010
              Tokyo Disneyland: 2009, 2012
              Disneyland Paris: 2010
              Hong Kong Disneyland: 2012
              Universal Orlando: 2007, 2010 (twice!)
              Efteling:2011
              Lotte World: 2012

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