Ticket Prices

 Disneyland Paris Passport Prices 

Passport Type

Adult (FFr)

Child (FFr)

Adult (£)

Child (£)

High Season
April-October, plus Christmas fortnight

One Day

220

170

23

18

One Day, after 5 pm

(150)

(100)

(France, summer only)

Two Days

425

330

44

34

Three Days

595

460

62

48

Low Season
November-March, excluding Christmas fortnight

One Day

160

130

16

13

Two Days

310

250

32

26

Three Days

435

355

45

37

Annual Passports

Classic (Annual)

695

545

n/a

n/a

Fantasia (Annual Plus)

1,095

795

n/a

n/a

Francillien

(French local residents only)

Low Season: 2 Nov 1998 - 25 Mar 1999, then 1 Nov 1999 - March 2000 (excluding Xmas fortnights)
High Season: 26 Mar 1999 - 31 Oct 1999, plus Christmas/New Year fortnight

Note: The Millennium celebrations on 31 December 1999 and 1 January 2000 will be a specially ticketed event costing FFr 999. Standard daily and annual passes will NOT be accepted on those dates.

Children are classed as aged 3-11, under 3 are free. 10% Magic Kingdom Club discount applies on all of the above prices (American, Japanese and Gold Card memberships only). Exit and re-entry to the park is possible on the same day, but you need to get your hand stamped at the exit.

Where to buy tickets

The main ticket booths and entrance turnstiles are located on the ground floor level, directly underneath the pink and white Disneyland Hotel.

You may purchase one, two and three day passes at your local (European) Disney Store before leaving home, which might avoid some queuing. Current UK Disney Store prices are listed above for reference. In France, you can purchase passports from the Paris Tourist Office on the Champs Elysées, Virgin Megastores, FNAC stores, Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris, the American Express Travel Office at the Disneyland Hotel, selected RATP Métro/RER train ticket windows in Paris, Airport Tourism offices (Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly) and by Minitel on 3615 Disneyland (2.23 FF per min). Other possible passport sources include European travel agents, ticket agencies, ferries, major railway stations and some Thomas Cook Bureau de Change offices. In the Netherlands, passports can be purchased at ‘de Grens Wissel Kantoren’.

Annual Passports

Annual Passports may be purchased from the Guest Relations office to the far right of the entrance turnstile area. Note: you’ll need to have your photograph taken when buying an Annual Passport, so during busy periods it’s a good idea to book an appointment in advance.

The standard Annual Passport (now called the ‘Classic’) is not valid during some busy weekend and local holiday dates, but does now include a subscription to the newsletter "Le Club Plus" (for residents for France only).

The full Annual Plus Passport (now called the ‘Fantasia’) is valid every day for a full 12 months starting from the first day of use. It also gives other additional benefits such as free parking, free stroller/wheelchair/locker rental, 10% off all resort food and merchandise purchases (including French Disney Stores), 10% hotel room discount during off-peak periods, 5% room discount during peak periods (max three rooms; may be reduced to 8% and 3% for credit card payments), 10% discount off Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show (max 8 people), free entrance to Hurricanes Club, plus other special offers.