How to use your Disneyland Paris ticket
At the park entrance you should look for the shortest queue, most of the time it is jammed in the middle, while at the turnstiles further left and right there is much less traffic. As soon as it is your turn, scan your ticket or the barcode of your self-print ticket at the scanner at the top of the turnstile. The turnstile is then unlocked and you can pass through the entrance. If there are any problems or difficulties, please contact one of the cast members.
If you need help getting in because you have a wheelchair or pram with you, please contact one of the staff at the entrance.
You should keep your ticket with you all day and not throw it away after entering the park, as you will need it to use the Fastpass machines. You will also need to show your ticket again if you have left the park for a while and want to re-enter it later in the day.
All Disney Park tickets allow free use of the attractions and rides within the theme parks. There are no additional costs for rides on roller coasters and carousels. As always, there is one exception: The use of the Shooting Gallery in Frontierland is subject to additional costs.
Park-Hopping and re-entry into the park - here's how it works
With your admission ticket you can enter and leave the theme park as often as you like during the period of validity. If you have a Park Hopper ticket, you can also switch back and forth between the two parks as often as you like.
To make sure this works smoothly, you should pay attention to the following note: If you leave the park during the day and want to return later, make sure you get a stamp at the exit - don't worry, it won't be visible and won't stain. If you want to return to the park, insert your ticket into the turnstile and hold your stamped hand under the UV lamp. This way you can return to the park without any problems.