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It depends on how you buy your pass.
If you buy online/by post from Disneyland Paris you can have it sent to you directly but it will be valid from the date of payment/issue...I dont think you can ask for a future date to be printed on your card.
If you are renewing a pass it will be valid from the day after your old pass expires.
If you buy a pass from an outside retailer sometimes they give you a voucher to be exchanged at the ticket office, usually within 6 months of purchase
You can also buy your pass on the day  at the gate ticket offices and exchange for a pass whenever the queues dont look so bad at the AP office in the park.
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Oooh, that brings up a good point then, I was going to purchase the Annual Pass before I travel but does that mean it doesn't start until the first day I'm in the park? (which would have been the day after I need the room for as due to travel the annual pass office will be shut but the time I get there).
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Discovery pass 2 day blockout after purchase, all year round
Magic Flex only blockout dates in April are 20th, 21st, 22nd
Magic Plus and Infinity passes  have no blockout dates in April.
Hope that helps
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: A different type of trip
« Last post by DC on Today at 11:26:52 AM »
Try to find all the hidden Mickeys. I only found one when I was there on the Thunder Mesa river boats.
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I think you are getting confused with the different types of passes. Only the cheapest level of pass does not allow entry for two days after purchase/validation. All other pases allow entry depending on their own blockout dates. The Infinity pass allows 365 day entry to the parks.

Thanks, that's good to know, so out of the 4 current passes (Discovery, Magic flex, Magic Plus, Infinity) is it just the Discovery that doesn't allow you in the next two days after/purchase/validation (excluding the blockout dates)?
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I think you are getting confused with the different types of passes. Only the cheapest level of pass does not allow entry for two days after purchase/validation. All other pases allow entry depending on their own blockout dates. The Infinity pass allows 365 day entry to the parks.
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2 adults & 2 children (11 & 4)
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You can ring the accommodation line, its on the DLP site for your country. Ask them for availability and how much it would cost for the room with the infinity pass discount. I don’t know whether you’ll be able to make the booking before the pass has been validated. Had a quick check on booking .com and it’s about €240 a night room only for each of the two nights you mentioned.

As far as I’m aware if you validate your pass in the first day you are in the park you can’t use it for the next two days, make sure you don’t get caught out by that.
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Offers for May?
« Last post by stevemc on Today at 09:41:27 AM »
5 people(2 adults 3 kids) no tickets will be getting annual passes when Iím over there.

Itís 3 nights starting Monday 10th June, itís more expensive if you go over weekends obviously.
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Mickey and the magician
« Last post by DaisyDuck on January 17, 2019, 09:42:59 PM »
Does anyone know roughly the performance times and how early is the first one likely to be ?
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