Tickets Go on Sale for the Magic Kingdom's Annual Holiday Parties
Walt Disney World announced today that tickets are now on sale for its annual Halloween and Christmas parties. These after-hours, hard-ticket events run selected evenings in the Magic Kingdom from Sept. 15 through Dec. 17, with the Halloween parties ending Nov. 1 and the Christmas parties taking over on Nov. 8. You can enter the Magic Kingdom at
4pm on your party ticket, which includes admission to the parades, shows, and treats available after the park closes to day guests that evening. (Guests without a party ticket will have to exit by 7pm on the party nights.)
Ticket prices vary by event and date, and are listed below. Children' tickets (ages 3-9) for each date are $5 less than the adult price, and none of the prices listed below include tax, which will be added to the cost. You can get a $5-6 discount by buying tickets in advance for the Halloween party, for all dates except Halloween itself. Advance sale discounts also are available for selected dates of the Christmas party.
Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
- September 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27; October 1: Advance sale, $68; Same-day price, $74
- October 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, November 1: Advance sale, $74; Same-day price, $79
- Oct 31: $87
Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party
- November 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19; December 1, 3, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15: Advance sale, $74; Same-day price, $79
- November 20, 29; December 4, 11, 17: $79
- December 18: $82
Tickets are available by calling +1-407-W-DISNEY or online at disneyworld.disney.go.com/tickets/events.
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Is it really 3pm entry now? It's always been 4pm in the past. Although any phone CM will tell you it's 7pm.
Goodness. Selling tickets even earlier than ever. I wonder if they should offer Fastpass on party nights.
4pm. You're right. My bad. I was thinking of an old Disneyland party, not the WDW parties. (West coast bias coming through again.) Corrected.
When do the Disneyland party tickets usually go on sale?
It also looks like those prices went up $5 from last year (I seem to recall paying less than $70 for the MNSSHP last fall for a Sunday in mid-October). But I definitely concur with Anon that they seem to push these tickets our sooner and sooner every year. The only days that require you to buy really far in advance are the day or two leading up to Halloween.
Wonder if they will be sold out before July 4th.
No one is making a killing on interest, not even Disney. It's called "cash flow" and it alone is one of the most important parts of running a successful company.
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