Cookies Policy

What is a cookie?

1.1) Browser cookies: 

Cookies are pieces of data installed on your computer by a website when you visit the site.  Cookies may be linked to the transmission of data. This data may be transferred between you and us or sent to a third party by us or to a third party in accordance with its own privacy policy.  We can use cookies to compile the information we receive about you.  You can change the settings on your computer so that you are informed every time you are sent a cookie. You can also choose to disable all cookies.  You can make these changes via the settings on your browser.  If you disable cookies, you will no longer be able to access a number of features that enhance your browsing experience and some of our services will not function correctly.  Please refer to the final section of this Cookie Policy for more information on managing or disabling browser cookies. 

We use several types of cookies and each of them performs different functions.  You can find out more about cookies and their general functions by visiting an information site like

1.2) Flash cookies:

Our advertisers and third-party service providers may also use local shared objects, sometimes known as Flash cookies, to gather and store data.  Flash cookies differ from browser cookies in terms of the quantity and type of data stored and the way in which the data is stored.  You cannot use the cookie management tools available on your browser to delete Flash cookies.  Please refer to the final section of these Cookie procedures to find out how to disable Flash cookies. 

If you disable Flash cookies, you will no longer be able to access a number of features that enhance your client experience and some of our services will not function correctly.

What are the different types of cookies that can be used?

The cookies that can be used on this website can be divided into the four categories described below.  These descriptions may help you to decide how you want to interact with our websites and other online services.

2.1) Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies play an essential role in allowing you to navigate this website and use some of its functions.  Without these strictly necessary cookies, you would be unable to access the online services you require, for example shopping baskets or generating an invoice when confirming your purchase. 

You do not need to agree to the strictly necessary cookies because we cannot provide the required services without them. 

However if you want to deactivate strictly necessary cookies, please refer to paragraph 3.

2.2) Performance cookies

We (or the service providers operating on our behalf) may install performance cookies on your computer.  The information we gather using these performance cookies is only used by us or for our benefit.

Our performance cookies gather anonymous data relating to how you use the website and its functions.  For example, our performance cookies collect data on the pages you visit most on the website, whether you open or read the messages we send you, which advertisements you interact with on other websites that feature our advertisements and whether you receive error messages.  The information we receive can be used to personalize your online experience by displaying specific content. Our performance cookies can also be used to limit the number of times you see the same advertisement. Our performance cookies do not gather any data that may be used to identify you personally. 

We provide a link to this Cookie policy at the bottom of every page on the website.  By using and continuing to use this website and its functions, you agree that we (as well as any third-party advertisers using this website) can install performance cookies on your computer. 

As our Cookie Management Tool uses performance cookies to function properly, these cookies cannot be fully managed through this Tool. You can either manage these cookies globally by using options of your browser (refer to paragraph 3) or enabling / disabling some of them through the Cookie Management Tool.

2.3) Functionality cookies

We (or the service providers operating on our behalf) may install our functionality cookies on your computer.  We do not share the data collected using our functionality cookies with our advertisers or other third parties. 

Our functionality cookies enable us to remember the choices you make (for example, your preferred language, your country and other online settings).  They also enable us to personalize or improve the functions that you select.  Our functionality cookies allow us to offer you online services like our chat service to assist you, or to avoid offering you certain online services that you have already stated you do not wish to receive. 

In some cases, we may allow an advertiser or other third party to supply you with content and other online experiences provided by third-party sites.  In this situation, the third party may install its functionality cookies on your computer and make use of them in the same way that we do in order to provide you with personalized or improved functions with regard to the third-party content or user experience. 

By choosing personalized options, personalized settings or improved functions, you allow us (as well as authorized third parties) to use functionality cookies to provide these personalized experiences. 

If you delete these functionality cookies, all of the preferences or settings you have selected will not be saved for later visits. 

However if you want to deactivate functionality cookies, please refer to paragraph 3.

2.4) Targeted advertising cookies

2.4.1) Our targeted advertising

Our targeted advertising cookies are installed on your computer by us (or by the service providers operating on our behalf). 

We can use these cookies on our websites and in conjunction with any of our content or advertisements that appear on third-party websites or online services in order to create a record showing that you have viewed or interacted with our content or our advertisements and in order to show you advertisements for products that we think will interest you.  Our targeted advertising cookies collect anonymous data.

The organization that installs the cookie (whether it is us or a third party) is responsible for gaining consent.  Whenever you see this icon   on one of our advertisements including on third party websites, you can click on it for more information on targeted advertising, for example information on performance or how to make good use of your control options using your browser settings.  To find out more, visit 

You can also manage these cookies through our Cookie Management Tool.

2.4.2) Registered customers

Using cookies and other tracking technologies, we can analyse how our registered customers behave online in relation to our websites and our online services. We can use cookies and other tracking technologies to personalise future messages, such as advertising banners or marketing emails (if you consented to receive marketing emails from our part or did not object to receive marketing emails when booking on our website) in line with your interests or with your online behavior.

We can also embed cookies or other tracking technologies within the messages we send you (for example, to find out whether the messages have been read or opened or to find out whether you interacted with any of the content or clicked on any of the links). We can then tailor future messages to better suit your interests.

You can refuse the use of your online behavior data for targeted advertising (including, as the case may be, our marketing emails) by unchecking the targeted advertising cookies in the form at the top of the page. However, if you have consented to receive marketing emails from our part or did not object to receive such when booking on our website, you will still receive non-targeted marketing emails. If you no longer want to receive marketing emails from our part (either targeted or not), please click on the unsubscribe link in the marketing email. Alternatively, if you have a MyDisneyland account, simply connect to your account and select the option to not receive marketing emails (including targeted marketing emails).

Disabling/enabling cookies using your browser

To enable/disable, please use our Cookie Management Tool. You can also accept or refuse cookies by altering your browser settings, or you can ensure that your browser asks you before accepting a cookie from the websites that you visit.  Please be aware that if you do choose to completely disable cookies, you may not be able to use all of our interactive functions. 

If you use various computers in different locations, you must ensure that each of the browsers is configured to suit your preferences. 

You can delete all of the cookies that have been installed in the cookie folder on your browser.  The procedure for managing your settings is different for each browser.  Click on one of the links to the browsers below for instructions.

Microsoft Windows Explorer

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Apple Safari


If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, choose the "Help" function, followed by "Cookies" to find out where your cookie folder is stored.

In addition, you may also change your Flash cookie settings. To learn more, please click here.