Sunday's Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Saturday's Night of Joy are now off, due to the expected storm. Visitors with tickets to Sunday night's planned Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party may exchange them for tickets to another night of the Halloween party, any night of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, a one-day Park Hopper ticket (that must be used within two years), or a full refund.
Given that a one-day Park Hopper can cost between $162-174 and party tickets sell for much less than that, the theme park ticket exchange would be your best bet, financially, unless you are already an annual passholder. Then go for one of the other ticket nights. Or the refund. Hey, it's your money again now.
Ticket holders for Night of Joy can use them for Friday night's concert at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, or return them for a refund.
Universal also has canceled the Saturday night performance of its competing religious pop music event, Rock the Universe. Same deal — Saturday tickets are now good for the Friday event.
As of Thursday afternoon, neither Disney nor Universal has announced any other closures at their theme parks, but we'd be shocked if any major parks were open to guests on Sunday or Monday, given the current forecast. (And we'd bet against a full day of operation on Saturday, too.) We will keep you updated with closure announcements as we hear them.
Update 1: Fort Wilderness campground at WDW is closing at 2pm on Saturday. Guests advised to leave or transfer to another resort.
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