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Disneyland Paris: transportation and park tickets

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We'll be in Paris for five days in mid-May, planning to stay in Central Paris for four days and go to Disney on the fifth.

Here's the transportation question:
It seems to make more sense to buy a Paris Visite pass for zones 1-5 for the entire period rather than a pass for zones 1-3 plus a separate round trip RER ticket from Paris to Disney. The savings appears to be about 10 euros per person. Is this correct or am I missing something?

Here's the park tickets question:
With the Paris Visite pass, there's supposed to be a 20% discount on one-day admissions to the park. If so, where do we go to buy the tickets with this discount, at the park upon arrival or in advance?

All suggestions greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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