Competition – Win a Premium Stay for 4 at Disneyland® Paris

Competition – Win a Premium Stay for 4 at Disneyland® Paris

This competition has ended.

This competition has ended.

As part of the resort’s ambitious transformation, Disneyland® Paris has been celebrating its 30th Anniversary over the course of 2022, inviting guests to dream bigger and laugh louder. Building on the incredible success of this celebration, the magical resort has announced the outstanding experiences that guests will get to enjoy as part of its Grand Finale celebration until September 30th, 2023.

Enter below:

Terms and conditions: Employees (and their relatives) of France Media Group are not eligible to enter. The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Competition closes on 31st March 2023.

  • 4 days / 3 nights stay for a family of 4 in a standard room
  • Stay valid 1 year from the launch of the competition
  • At least 1 person in the group must be over 18 years old.
  • Choice of restaurants is written on voucher. Food vouchers can be used for lunch or dinner depending on the restaurant opening hours and availabilities.
  • There is no cash alternative to the prize.
  • All traveling documents requested to visit Disneyland® Paris are the responsibility of the winner.

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  •  Janet Blanchard
    2023-02-01 09:58:43
    Janet Blanchard
    I had already subscribed to the wonderful France Today magazine, but I subscribed again for the contest. It is a wonderful magazine, I look forward to reading it weekly. I have always been a Francophile and have read a lot about France and its lovely cities. My Huguenot ancestor came to Jamestown, VA from Bristol, England in 1619 as part of the Berkeley One Hundred settlement. I completed three years of French in high school, have French cookbooks and make Buche de Noel every year at Christmas! I have read several books about Americans who lived there, and I have always wanted to travel to Normandy, Paris, Versailles, Provence and other places. I just began reading a novel by Louise Penny, a Canadian from Quebec, It is one of a series of novels about a police inspector from Montreal who is always having to investigate a murder in the charming village of Three Pines! In this book, he and his family are visiting Paris, and he ends up investigating the murder of his wealthy godfather.