We bought the Disneyland Paris voucher for 198€ (1 day at 1 park + 1 night at a hotel with breakfast for 2 people). The voucher only applies to select dates (weekdays, off-season) and hotels that are far away (45-minute drive from the park), but you have the option to pay extra for other dates and hotels (prices vary)- which is understandable. However, even if you choose their cheapest date and hotel offer, you'll still end up paying extra, so the voucher is a scam. Also, if you buy your own ticket(s) from the Disney Paris website and book the same hotel directly from the hotel website, it's actually even cheaper than the 198€... AND it would be even cheaper if you select multiple day tickets, buy your tickets in advance, etc. as well as book your hotel through other websites like booking.com, hotels.com, etc.... AND you're not restricted by the voucher's expiration date, park dates, hotels, etc., such as being able to book a better, cheaper, and closer hotel, or even AirBnB.
We understand that companies like TravelCircus have to make money somehow, but usually the customer still gets some benefits or convenience, which wasn't the case with this voucher/company. When we called TravelCircus to confront them of their scam, (we called twice in hopes that the second employee would be more helpful) both employees had an "it's your problem, not ours" attitude and employee Saskia even responded, "Well, that's advertisement." WOW.