Feel like Halloween yet? Well, it's Halloween already at the Walt Disney World Resort, where Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party kicked off tonight with its earliest-ever start.
The August 16 start is the first of 36 nights for this year's after-hours, hard-ticket party in the Magic Kingdom, which runs through November 1 this year. And also for the first time this year, Disney is offering a season pass for its Halloween party.
The new Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Pass costs $299 plus tax for adults ($284 for kids) and gets you into 35 of the 36 event nights. (One-night prices rage from $79-135 prices, for context.) The ticket is available by calling 407-939-4295 or at Disney World ticket booths, and yes, you can upgrade a one-night ticket to the season pass, but quantities are limited.
And for the "35 of 36 nights" thing, guess what the one ineligible night is? That's right, the actual Halloween — Oct. 31. But with 35 other nights to play like it's Halloween, maybe you can spend the "real" one trick-or-treating in an actual neighborhood instead?
This year's Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party features a new fireworks show, Disney's Not So Spooky Spectacular, hosted by Jack Skellington.
The event also includes Mickey's Boo-To-You Halloween Parade, a DescenDANCE Party in Tomorrowland's Cosmic Ray's, Storybook Circus Disney Junior Jam in Fantasyland, Halloween music and lighting on Mad Tea Party, live pirates inside Pirates of the Caribbean, and a completely dark Space Mountain, plus unlimited, all-ages trick-or-treating throughout the park, including a new treat trail at Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor.Tweet
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