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Sky is giving its TV subscribers the opportunity to join in with the 20th anniversary celebrations at Disneyland Paris.

Subscribers are able to sign up for two free entry tickets to the theme park for travel between April 1st and October 31st 2012.

The offer - part of the Sky Rewards scheme - is available to Sky TV subscribers who book their tickets by 11:59 BST on April 30th.

"Take your family on an unforgettable adventure and join your favourite characters as Disneyland Paris transforms into a new world shimmering in magical lights and colours," the TV and broadband provider urged.

"Whether it's your first time to Disneyland Paris or your 20th, you'll never have been to a party like this before. It's our way of saying thank you for being a Sky customer."

Situated 20 miles from the centre of the French capital, Euro Disney - as it was originally known - opened for business on April 12th 1992.

The park was the second Disneyland resort to open outside of the United States, following the Tokyo Disney Resort in Japan.

A number of special events are being staged as part of the Parisian birthday celebrations, including an "unmissable" night time spectacular show set against the backdrop of Sleeping Beauty Castle.

"There'll be fun for all the family with close-up Disney Character encounters, pixie dust and much more magic to amaze and amuse - this will be a truly unforgettable holiday," Sky commented.

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