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NEWS: Tickets & Pricing Now Available for Disney World Halloween & Christmas Parties

Tickets for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickeys Very Merry Christmas Party are now available and pricing will be similar to the tiered system introduced earlier this year for one-day Magic Kingdom tickets. As expected, ticket prices for 2016 have seen an increase from 2015. Prices for the party depend on which night you attend with the most popular nights seeing the largest increases and the highest prices. Tickets are now available. Details are below.





 

MICKEY’S NOT-SO-SCARY HALLOWEEN PARTY 2016

  • September 2, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 25 – $72.00 plus tax age 10+, $67.00 plus tax age 3-9 in advance, $79.00/$74 same-day
  • September 29, 30 – $79.00 plus tax age 10+, $74.00 plus tax age 3-9 in advance, $88/$83.00 same-day
  • October 2, 6 – $86.00 plus tax age 10+, $81.00 plus tax age 3-9 in advance, $95.00/$90 same-day
  • October 4, 10, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 27 – $91.00 plus tax age 10+, $86.00 plus tax age 3-9 in advance, $95.00/$90 same-day
  • September 23 – $85.00 plus tax age 10+, $80.00 plus tax age 3-9
  • October 7, 14, 21, 28, 30 – $95.00 plus tax age 10+, $90.00 plus tax age 3-9
  • October 31– $105.00 plus tax age 10+, $100.00 plus tax age 3-9

Passholder Rates available 9/2, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18, 23, 25, 29, 30; 10/2, 6 – Rates are $67-80 (depends on night) plus tax. Disney Vacation Club members also have discounts on additional nights (including all dates APs already get) 10/4, 10, 11, 13, 16, 18, & 20 ranging between $62-83.

MICKEY’S VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS PARTY 2016

  • November 10, 13 – $86.00 plus tax age 10+, $81.00 plus tax age 3-9 in advance, $91.00/$86 same-day
  • November 18, 27, 29, December 2, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13 – $92.00 plus tax age 10+, $87.00 plus tax age 3-9 in advance, $96/$91.00 same-day
  • November 7, 8, 11, 15, December 1 – $91.00 plus tax age 10+, $86.00 plus tax age 3-9
  • December 9, 15 – $96.00 plus tax age 10+, $91.00 plus tax age 3-9
  • December 16, 18, 22 – $99.00 plus tax age 10+, $94.00 plus tax age 3-9

Passholder Rates available 11/7, 8, 11, 15; 12/1, 11, & 13 – Rates are $74-$84 plus tax depending on night. DVC members also have discounts on additional nights (including all dates APs are entitled to) 11/10, 13, 18, 27, 29, & 12/6 ranging between $74-89 plus tax.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 407-939-7679 or on the Disney World website here.

RELATED ARTICLE

7 Reasons You’ll Love Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party

by Cindy N

Every day at Disney World is a special occasion. So, it’s probably hard to believe that Disney could amp it up even more, but they are expert at turning the volume up to 11 when it comes to special events. And it doesn’t get any more special than when Disney World throws the absolute best Halloween party you’ve ever seen. This party is a must do for any fall Disney trip. Here are the 7 reasons why you’ll love Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!





 

7- Seriously Fun Atmosphere

You may already know that Main Street U.S.A is decorated with fall decorations. But during the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, the street comes alive with special lighting, sound effects, decor and more! All around the park you’ll be treated to amazing spooky (but not scary) atmosphere that will put you in the spooky holiday spirit!

Halloween Ballons

6 – Halloween Costumes

It’s quite normal to see many children, especially girls, in costumes around the parks. However, the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party gives older kids and adults a very fun excuse to dress up. I’ve seen some pretty elaborate costumes that are amazing!

NOTE: Disney does not allow any masks that cover the face or objectionable costumes. Best strategy is to keep costumes PG.

5 – Trick-or-Treating

With many different treat locations, you’ll have plenty of candy for a fun filled evening. Disney gives you treat bags for collection so you don’t need to bring your own bags. See the party map for all of the candy locations marked by an orange Mickey.





 

4 – Disney Characters in Halloween Costumes

If you love unique pictures with Disney’s characters, then you won’t want to miss this party. Character’s will be in their Halloween costumes during the parade and at character greeting locations. Also, this is the only time of year you can meet Jack Skellington and his lovely, Sally. All Seven Dwarfs will be out, as well as Lotso from Toy Story 3 in Tommorowland.

Mickey & Minnie is Costume

3 – Best Disney Parade

The Party features “Mickey’s Boo-To-You Halloween Parade,” which I personally believe is Disney’s best! Your favorite Disney characters are all dressed up for Halloween with fun music, dancing and treats! This parade begins in Frontierland with not to be missed viewing of the Headless Horseman! Watching the Headless Horseman gallop through Magic Kingdom on that giant black horse is chilling. The parade is at 8:35 pm and 11:15 pm.

2 – Amazing Fireworks Display

Also, don’t miss the Halloween themed “Happy HalloWishes” Fireworks at 10:00 pm. The soundtrack for this fireworks display is a fun filled spooky treat. We have the music at home and love listening to it during Halloween time! This is a great fireworks show that you won’t want to miss!

1 – New Stage Show: Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular

New in 2015 is the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” show! Disney villains will create a Hocus Pocus Party Potion that will cast a spell on everyone in Magic Kingdom! Expect to see the Sanderson Sisters (from “Hocus Pocus”), Dr. Faciller, Oogie Boogie and Malificent, as well as other Disney villains! This show is performed multiple times at the Castle Forecourt Stage at 8:00 pm, 9:20 pm, 10:40 pm and 12:00 am.

To make the most of your evening have a plan! Check out our Top 7 Tips for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party!





 

About Chad Nykamp

Husband, father and lover of all things Disney. Like every kid, I loved Disney and the couple trips I took to Disney World in my early years are good memories. But my obsession began in 2004 when we made our first family visit. It's hard to believe that we almost cancelled the trip because it seemed like a lot of work with 3 very little kids. We were hooked by the end of the first day. By day 3 we were planning our next trip back. By day 5 we were doing the math on DVC. And by the end of the vacation everyone was crying the blues that we had to leave. Since then, Disney World has become our favorite vacation destination, a hobby and now a home. We love the detail of the story telling and the memories of time spent with friends and family.