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Disney+ With Disney Paris Booking

Last Updated on November 30, 2023 by Themepark Freak

30 November 2023 Update: This offer has now ended at Disneyland Paris.

If you book a ticket, hotel, or hotel+ticket package for Disneyland Paris, you will get a subscription of Disney+ for free. However, there is one mistake that Disney Paris isn’t talking about that could make you miss out on this offer!

Don’t Book Under the International Site

When I made my booking back in July 2022, I decided to use the International (EUR) site. I could have used the Dutch site, but I wasn’t feeling it at the time.

And then I waited for my Disney+ offer to arrive.

February 2023 I visited the parks. Afterwards I still didn’t receive a link for a year of Disney+ in my inbox. For me, this would have been a value of €100 for the year since I did the hotel + tickets package.

Unfortunately, for those of us who decide to book under the USD or EUR international site, the offer doesn’t apply.

The Other Disney+ Terms and Conditions

There are some other terms and conditions you might want to think about if you’re trying to get your free subscription of Disney+ through this offer:

The Account Being Tied to Country

Whichever country you make your booking under is going to be the country that your Disney Plus account is tied to.

So if you decide to book under the French website and you live in the UK, well, your account will be tied to France. You’ll have to activate it in France and likely use a VPN in your home country to watch it.

The Offer is Only Valid for New and Returning Subscribers

If you’re a current subscriber of Disney Plus, then this offer isn’t valid for you. Of course, you can always cancel your old account and use a new one with the offer or gift it to someone.

So now you know that if you really want to pick up this offer for Disney Plus, and you’re a resident in one of the applicable countries, make certain you book under your country’s version of the website. For international visitors, I’m afraid you’ll have to do without.

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