Yes, a Disneyland Paris military discount does exist! I’ve seen this asked a lot recently. They don’t offer a discount on the hotels or packages like in the United States but they do offer a discount on the park tickets to include Disney Studios right next to Disneyland Paris. We saved $442 using the military discount for our family of 4!
I’ve already posted about our Walt Disney Studio Park experience and will be posting about our time at Disneyland Paris soon!
The military discount requires you to go to the ticket office and show your military or dependent ID. The military discount rate gets you 50% off for the 2 Day or 3 Day park tickets.
**The Updated 2019 Rates are:
2 Days – Adults €75 & child €66.50 (ages 3 to 11)
3 Days – Adults €92 & child €78 (ages 3 to 11)
Also note the rates may change and you’ll be purchasing the tickets at the gate with the current Euro rate. The rates for 2015 were 2 Parks for 2 Days is €69.50/$76 per person for ages 12+ and €63/$69 for ages 3-11, this is a huge discount compared to the normal prices. The normal price for 2 parks/2 Days it is €173/$190 Adult and €157/$172 for kids ages 3 to 11, ages 12+ are adults. We are talking a difference of $114 per adult and $103 per child for 2 days!
And because I’m so visual and like to see it laid out a I made a little chart for y’all 🙂 This chart is the price comparison from the 2015 rates.
The price is valid for the military member and up to 4 accompanying family members. This deal was started in Feb of 2014, we used it in Oct 2015, it has continued year and I’ve added the 2019 prices above. You can always call to check and verify the current military offer.
While the Disney hotels don’t offer a military discount you don’t need to stay in one to have a great experience and there are some great hotels that are not Disney report ones, that are budget friendly and provide perks like free shuttle service and free parking at Disney. You can read about our experience at Explorer’s Hotel, which I recommend if your headed that way.
Have you used the Military Discount at Disneyland Paris? Any tips or tricks to share?