Adults Pay Child Prices for a Disneyland Paris Ticket This Summer

Jun 19, 2019

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Disneyland Paris is now offering a special promotion for adults looking to visit the park at a discount this summer. By buying a ticket from now through Sept. 29, 2019 — you, a grown-up — will pay the same price as a child.

The special tickets fall into three categories: MINI, MAGIC and SUPER MAGIC, which are valid during different time periods depending on park traffic. The amusement park’s MINI validity period (which mostly covers weekday visits throughout the summer) is priced at $61.68 for children and adults. The other dates, MAGIC and SUPER MAGIC, which take place during peak visiting times, are priced at $82.24 and $96.76. For a more in-depth look on the various ticketing levels and what each pass means at Disneyland Paris, check out TPG‘s guide.

According to the amusement park’s website, the “Adult at a Child Price” ticket offer can save adults up to $37. It’s not a bad deal — especially when you consider that fact that Disneyland Paris, compared to Disneyland California and Disney World in Orlando, Florida, is already the cheaper option.

Disneyland Park entrance in Paris. (Photo by solidcolours/Getty Images)
Disneyland Park entrance in Paris. (Photo by solidcolours/Getty Images)

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So, if you do choose to take advantage of the summer promotion, make sure you use the best card to maximize your ticket purchases. You’ll want to use a card that won’t hit you with those pesky foreign transaction fees while also using one that offers a little extra boost when it comes to entertainment purchases. For this, we recommend the Citi Premier® Card, which ticks off pretty much all of the boxes above.

The promotion is active for park visits from now through Sept. 30, but you must buy your tickets by Sept. 29. Purchase your ticket here.

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