Dates and pricing are finally out for this year’s Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party! What better way to celebrate Halloween then by putting on your costume and trick-or-treating through the Magic Kingdom? With the unique Boo-to-You parade-preceded by the Headless Horseman-and a special Happy HalloWishes fireworks show, you’re sure to have a fantastic time! I’ve got an In Depth Mickey’s No So Scary Halloween Party post that I put up last year with lots of info if you’re wondering what all the fuss...I mean fun!...is all about.
Advanced sale prices-this is the pricing if you purchase your tickets online before the party...which I would highly recommend. You can even print out your e-ticket to bring to the park so you don’t have to pick up at will-call. If you buy tickets the same day, expect to pay $6 per ticket more for September dates (except 9/29) and $5 per ticket more for 9/29 and October dates (and 11/1). 10/11, 10/18, 10/25 and 10/31 do not have an advanced sale price-the price you see listed here is the same whether you buy ahead of time or not. Note that all prices listed do not include tax:
Tuesdays-9/10, 9/17, 9/14 ($59/adult, $54/ages 3-9)
Fridays-9/13, 9/20, 9/27 ($59/adult, $54/ages 3-9)
Sunday-9/29 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9)
Sundays-10/6, 10/20, 10/27 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9)
Monday-10/14 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9)
Tuesdays-10/22, 10/29 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9)
Thursdays-10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9); 10/31 ($73/adult, $68/ages 3-9)
Fridays-10/4 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9); 10/11, 10/18, 10/25 ($67/adult, $62/ages 3-9)
Friday-11/1 ($62/adult, $57/ages 3-9)
There is a fantastic Military Discount available-adult tickets are only $41.30, child tickets (ages 3-9) are only $37.80 with the discount for all September dates except 9/29; all other dates are regular price. There are also Passholder and DVC discounts-September dates (except 9/29) are $56/adult, $51/ages 3-9; 9/29, 10/3, 10/6, 10/10, 10/14, 10/17, 10/20, 10/22 and 10/24 are $58/adult, $53/ages 3-9. All other dates are regular price.
One thing I do recommend if you’re tight on your ticket budget is using the party as your Magic Kingdom day if you were planning on going to the party anyway. You can get into the park as early as 4pm (even though the party doesn’t officially start until 7pm) and stay until midnight--8 whole hours! That’s lots of time to enjoy the park, especially since a limited number of tickets is sold for each party so lines should be quite a bit shorter than during the day.
By the way, if you want to go to the party on Halloween (10/31), be sure to get your tickets early. That’s the one night you can be sure will sell out earlier than you expect...no surprise, right?
Have a fantastic time, and don’t forget-if you’d like assistance planning and booking your trip, just let me know...I’d be happy to help!
Do you plan on going to the Halloween Party this year? I do!
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