The cheapest way to visit Disneyland Paris may be to buy a single share in Euro Disney, the company that operates the theme park.
Shareholders who trekked to Euro Disney’s annual meeting on Thursday at Marne-la-Vallee, about an hour by train or car from central Paris, were given two same-day tickets for the firm’s parks there, the Magic Kingdom and Walt Disney Studios.
When you know that Euro Disney shares were trading at 0.45 euro each on Thursday, and that the current entry price at the parks is 49 euros ($59.42) for an adult and 39 euros for a child, it’s easy to do the math!
Too bad this only works if you can attend the annual meeting. The good news is you have a whole year to plan for it!0