Disneyland Paris Ticket Prices 2023

by | Jul 28, 2023 | Disneyland Paris, International Parks

Planning a trip to Europe’s only Disney destination? We’ve got all the details on Disneyland Paris ticket prices for 2023, including vacation packages and resort offers.

Before you can start packing your luggage for a trip to Disneyland Paris, you’ll want to make sure you have the most crucial piece of your vacation planned: theme park tickets. The price of tickets for Disneyland Paris’s two theme parks varies, and depending on the time of year you plan to visit, it can alter your overall budget.

So, what are Disneyland Paris ticket prices right now? For 2023, Disneyland Paris ticket prices start at $66 per person and max out at $154.

However, these prices can vary depending on the ticket type you choose and – if you plan to visit for multiple days – your entire vacation package. And it’s also important to note that ticket prices do depend on whether you’re visiting in a peak or non-peak season, too.

Base ticket prices for Disneyland Paris do also vary depending on the age of the Guest. Children ages 3 to 11 years old are cheaper than adult Guests (age 12 and up). However, Guests under 3 years old don’t need a ticket.

Important: Just because you purchase Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park tickets for your visit to Disneyland Paris does not mean you can get into the park you’re planning to visit. Depending on your ticket type, you may need to register online to ensure admission to the theme parks on the date of your visit. Make sure to check the details of your tickets to see if registration is required before you arrive.

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Disneyland Paris Ticket Price Increases

We express ticket prices for Disneyland Paris as a range ($66 to $154) because the cost of an individual ticket can fluctuate by day and by season. While Disney advertises that single-day tickets start at $66, many days (in fact, most days) start higher.

While this has always been Disney’s MO, it’s important to note that 2023 Disneyland Paris price hikes tend to be steeper for those who purchase tickets only. Bundling tickets into a multi-day visit, or purchasing a hotel and ticket vacation package, typically offers the lowest prices and most value.

Prices can increase throughout the year, too. Disney often raises theme park ticket prices annually – and the cost of other purchases, like food and theme park shuttles, has also increased in recent years. For example, prices at Disneyland Paris restaurants increased noticeably in November 2022.

So, by planning and purchasing your theme park tickets in advance, you can potentially avoid any unexpected price increases that may occur before your trip.

How Far in Advance Can You Buy Disneyland Paris Tickets?

You can purchase your Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park tickets well in advance of when you’re planning to visit in 2023. Typically, you can purchase tickets up to eight months in advance.

For example, on August 1, 2023, you can purchase tickets through April 1, 2024. Throughout the year, increasingly more dates into the future open up. It’s best to start looking around the eight-month mark if you’re hoping to look at ticket tiers and prices (and see what dates are available within your budget). 

Remember, you’ll either need to purchase dated tickets for specific dates or purchase undated tickets and then register those tickets online for your chosen dates. Want to check theme park availability before you purchase? You can do so right on the Disneyland Paris website

2023 Disneyland Paris Ticket Prices Breakdown

Buying your tickets for Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris can be done online. In fact, only a select number of ticket types are available to purchase in-person at the parks – so make sure to handle your tickets online before arriving!

There are two types of tickets for Disneyland Paris theme parks:

  • Dated tickets, which can be purchased for single or multi-day visits (up to 4 days)
  • 1-Day undated tickets

Ticket prices for each type start at:

  • $66.64 per adult for dated 1-4 day tickets
  • $124.96 per adult for 1-Day undated tickets

You can choose to purchase a 1 Park ticket or a 2 Park ticket for either ticket type. 2 Park tickets tend to offer the most value, as you can easily park hop without spending additional money (and if you’re visiting for multiple days, you’ll see the best value with 2 Park tickets).

Disneyland Paris tickets are priced based on a color-coded system that corresponds to typical crowd levels and demand throughout the year. The most affordable dates are teal, while the most expensive dates are orange. As the colors on the spectrum get closer to orange, park tickets become increasingly more expensive. 

For example, a ticket for a less popular day of the week during a non-peak season, like a Tuesday in November, will be teal and cost about $76. An orange ticket on a weekend during the peak season in late October will run about $109.

Fortunately, the park you choose to visit doesn’t directly impact the cost of your ticket. As long as you’re purchasing a 2-Park ticket, the price is generally more affordable than a 1-Park ticket.

Disneyland Paris Ticket and Hotel Packages

If you’re planning to stay on-property during your visit to Disneyland Paris, you can book both your hotel room and your theme park tickets together in a single package. This approach can help add value and even potentially save you a bit of money on tickets, especially if you’re planning to spend two days or more in the theme parks.

With a ticket and hotel packages, you’ll enjoy:

  • Unlimited access to both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park
  • A room at a Disney-themed hotel close to the parks
  • Extra Magic Time (so you can start your day at the parks before they open)
  • Hotel-exclusive experiences (like character encounters)

The price of a hotel and ticket package for Disneyland Paris varies, depending on how many nights you plan to spend, the level of hotel you choose (from 2-star to 5-star), and the time of year you visit. 

During non-peak seasons, such as January, hotel and ticket package prices can start as low as $597 total for a 3 day/2 night stay at Disney Hotel Santa Fe, a 2-star hotel. During peak seasons, such as the week of Christmas, the same reservation starts at $1,074.

Disneyland Paris Ticket Prices 2023: Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about the cost of your trip to Europe’s sole Disney destination? Wondering where you might be able to find savings? Browse these frequently asked questions about Disneyland Paris tickets while planning your trip.

How much do Disneyland tickets cost in Paris?

Ticket prices for both Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris vary, and the price changes depending on the time of year, demand for tickets, and the type of ticket you’d like to purchase. Prices start at around $66 per person for adults.

What is the cheapest month to go to Disneyland Paris?

Crowds tend to diminish at Disneyland Paris when the weather cools down – and when there are fewer crowds, ticket prices also tend to decrease. You’ll be able to find the cheapest tickets of the year in January. Another cheap time of year to visit is November.

Is one day in Disneyland Paris enough?

Disneyland Paris does feature fewer theme parks than Walt Disney World in Orlando, but it’s certainly not a one-day destination! You could spend just one day in either Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios Park, so we’d suggest doing a multi-day trip so you can take your time to experience all these two theme parks (and the larger resort) have to offer.

Posts by Heather Adams

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Heather is a lifelong Disney fan who grew up at Disneyland and loves spending as much time as possible in the parks. As WDW Magazine’s Content Operations Manager, Heather is a content creator and strategist with experience at a wide variety of different outlets. She’s written for publications including Clean Eating Magazine, Fatherly, The Drive, Task and Purpose, Healthversed, Nation.com, and Car Bibles. Heather also authored the book Fidget!: 101 Ways to Boost Your Creativity and Decrease Stress.
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Heather Adams

Heather is a lifelong Disney fan who grew up at Disneyland and loves spending as much time as possible in the parks. As WDW Magazine’s Content Operations Manager, Heather is a content creator and strategist with experience at a wide variety of different outlets. She’s written for publications including Clean Eating Magazine, Fatherly, The Drive, Task and Purpose, Healthversed, Nation.com, and Car Bibles. Heather also authored the book Fidget!: 101 Ways to Boost Your Creativity and Decrease Stress.
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