Are you one of the thousands expected to attend Walt Disney’s World’s Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party this year?
This years Halloween parties will be held September 1, 9, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 23, 26, and 28; October 2, 3, 5, 9, 10, 13, 16, 17, 19, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28, 30, and 31. Ticket prices vary on the date, but start at $62. We do suggest purchasing your tickets in advance because they are far more expensive at the gate and it ensures your attendance because certain party dates will sell out.
This year’s Christmas parties will be held November 7, 10, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 30; December 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 19. Will you be in the Magic Kingdom Christmas week? No worries- you will be able to see the parade during your visit included in your park admission. These party tickets start at $67, and again prices vary on the date and we do advise you to buy your party tickets ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
New this year, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party tickets and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party tickets can be linked through your My Disney Experience account and as a result, the admission ticket will then be on the guest’s MagicBand to use for their admission to this party. To link your tickets, you can use the ticket order # or when the tickets arrive in the mail, on the back, you will see the ticket number and then can link your tickets to their My Disney Experience account. If you are picking up your party tickets at Will Call, after you receive them, you can link them to your My Disney Experience account, as by doing so, would like them to their MagicBand at Will Call.
For example, if a Guest were to say, have a 3-day Magic Your Way Base Ticket and on the day of the party, they wanted to go to Epcot (say in the morning) and then go to the party at the Magic Kingdom at 4 p.m., they would use a day of their theme park ticket for Epcot, but when they go to the Magic Kingdom to enter the party, they would have to go to a special entrance (it will be all the way to the far left; formerly the Cast Member entrance) and when they place their MagicBand over the Mickey Head touch point, it will take only the admission for the party (only this entrance is programmed to pick up the party ticket only entitlement). Now, if they were to go to another entrance, then a day for the Magic Kingdom would be taken off of their Magic Your Way Base Ticket, so it is important that if they are only going to the party and it is 4 p.m. or later, they need to enter through this separate entrance. If on the morning of the party, they want to go to the Magic Kingdom, they would enter through one of the entrances (not a special one), in which a day would be taken off of their Magic Your Way Base Ticket. Then, during the day, there will be special areas or kiosks inside the Magic Kingdom that the party ticket holder will go to, in which they will activate their ticket admission into the party and a wrist band will still be given to the guest. Any guest going to one of these special parties, while the ticket may be linked through their My Disney Experience account and attached to their MagicBand, they will still receive a wristband for the party (yes, they will wear both the MagicBand and the wristband for the party).
Just like before, Disney will make an announcement in the Magic Kingdom that guests who do not have a party ticket, must begin to exit. If a guest without the party wristband on, tries to access a ride, the cast member will deny them admission, since they do not have the party wristband on. They eventually will exit on their own or if a Cast Member where to see a guest with the party wristband on, will be politely asked to exit.
For more information or to order your party tickets, please contact Castle Dreams Travel.