Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party Tickets on Sale Now

May 2, 2009 at 2:41 am 5 comments

Walt Disney World Resort has released official ticket prices and party dates for the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.  This event happens every year on select nights in the Magic Kingdom.  The party typically goes from 9:00PM – Midnight.   This event has a limited admission and requires a separate ticket – you cannot enter using a Magic Your Way or Park Hopper ticket.

The October 31st party is always the first to sell out.  Friday night parties tend to draw more residents from the Orlando area but this is spread out over the numerous party dates and won’t have a huge impact on any one night.   Other dates will not reach capacity at all or won’t fill until we get much closer to September and October.  

TIP: Wait until the September and October park hours are released before buying your tickets.   September hours should be released around June 1st and October hours should be released around July 1st.    Because Fantasmic! (Disney’s Hollywood Studios) is no longer offered every night, you may want to select a party night that does not conflict with Fantasmic!.   The tickets are non-refundable and nontransferable.

Our Opinion: These parties are well done and a lot of fun.  Because admission is limited, you can also ride a lot of rides with a very short wait.  If money is no object, go ahead and go.  One the other hand,this is an expensive event – a family of four will pay around $200 for a three hour experience.  If you’re already stretching your budget to take this trip, you do not need to feel guilty about skipping this event – you’re going to have a great time in the theme parks without your having to add one more thing to the schedule.  Since the party goes from 7:00PM – Midnight, this might be too late an event for very small children who go to bed early. 

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
 

Boo! Don’t be afraid. The screams you hear are squeals of delight, not fright. Disney fantasy and Halloween fun come together on selected nights in September and October for a one-of-a-kind celebration. Seize this rare opportunity to visit the Magic Kingdom® in costume*, ride some of the most popular attractions and enjoy some really sweet trick-or-treating with favorite Disney characters in their finest Halloween outfits. With special music, a parade and the spectacular Happy HalloWishes fireworks show, this is no trick — it’s a real treat.
*For safety, costumes must not be obstructive or offensive.

2009 Event Dates & Tickets:

Friday, Sept. 4* Monday, Oct. 12*
Friday, Sept. 11* Tuesday, Oct. 13*
Tuesday, Sept. 15* Thursday, Oct. 15
Friday, Sept. 18* Sunday, Oct. 18*
Tuesday, Sept. 22* Tuesday, Oct. 20*
Friday, Sept. 25* Thursday, Oct. 22*
Tuesday, Sept. 29* Friday, Oct. 23
Thursday, Oct. 1* Sunday, Oct. 25*
Friday, Oct. 2* Tuesday, Oct. 27*
Tuesday, Oct. 6* Saturday, Oct. 31**
Thursday, Oct. 8*  
Friday, Oct. 9  

 Ticket Pricing:
Advance Prices*: $52 USD + tax (Ages 10+), $46 USD + tax (Ages 3 – 9)
*Advance Purchase Price Available on these select nights when purchased prior to the day of the event.

Day-Of Event Prices: $59 USD + tax (Ages 10+), $53 USD + tax (Ages 3 – 9)

Halloween (10/31) Prices**: $64 USD + tax (Ages 10+), $58 USD + tax (Ages 3 – 9)

Entertainment Highlights: (subject to change without notice)

  • Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade!
  • Trick-or-treating throughout Magic Kingdom® Park at numerous locations
  • Happy HalloWishes fireworks spectacular — where the Disney Villains go trick-or-treating in the sky!
  • Characters decked out in their favorite costumes — so wear yours, too.
  • Some of the most popular Magic Kingdom® attractions.

 You can purchase the party tickets directly through Walt Disney World or you can contact us and we’ll be happy to handle it for you.

 TIP: You may become exhausted if you spend the whole day in a theme park before going to an evening party.   Consider doing the party on a day you don’t go into the theme parks or on a day you’re going into one of the water parks and sleep in!   Another option is to combine this with a day that you’ll visit the Magic Kingdom so that you can arrive later in the morning – you can catch any attractions you would’ve ordinarily done right at park opening later in the evening during the party.  If time is short and you must combine a day in the theme parks with the party, consider visiting Animal Kingdom which typically closes around 5:00PM – this way, you won’t miss any fireworks or special shows.

 Information for people who do not have the park hopper option: You are not limited to visiting the Magic Kingdom on the same day that you are going to the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.  Your Magic Your Way ticket is completely separate from the party ticket so it is not considered “Park Hopping” to go to Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Animal Kingdom during the day and then use your ticket for the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party in the evening. 

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  • [...] Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (Disney’s Magic Kingdom)- 7:00PM to Midnight – September 4, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 29, October 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 31.  This special event is a lot of fun for families, with rides, trick-or-treating, and fun party type events.   These nights require a special event ticket – you cannot enter using your Magic Your Way or Park Hopper tickets.  Ticket prices vary with an advance purchase discount offered on select nights. There are a limited  TIP: A lot of children dress up for this event but select costumes that will let your kids comfortably enjoy the rides and attractions – remember that September can be hot & muggy in Orlando.     Warning:  The Magic Kingdom will close to the public at 7:00PM on party nights.  Magic Kingdom resort area restaurants (Chef Mickey’s, 1900 Park Fare, Whispering Canyon, etc.) will fill their reservations early as people look for something nearby to enjoy after the early park closing.  For more information see: http://buildabettermousetrip.wordpress.com/2009/05/02/mickeys-not-so-scary-halloween-party-tickets-o… [...]

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  • [...] 1.   Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (Disney’s Magic Kingdom)- 7:00PM to Midnight – October 1, 2, 6, 9, 12, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31.  This special event is a lot of fun for families, with rides, trick-or-treating, and fun party type events.   These nights require a special event ticket – you cannot enter using your Magic Your Way or Park Hopper tickets.  Ticket prices vary with an advance purchase discount offered on select nights. There are a limited  TIP: A lot of children dress up for this event but select costumes that will let your kids comfortably enjoy the rides and attractions – remember that October can still be quite warm in Orlando.     Warning:  The Magic Kingdom will close to the public at 7:00PM on party nights.  Magic Kingdom resort area restaurants (Chef Mickey’s, 1900 Park Fare, Whispering Canyon, etc.) will fill their reservations early as people look for something nearby to enjoy after the early park closing.  For more information see: http://buildabettermousetrip.wordpress.com/2009/05/02/mickeys-not-so-scary-halloween-party-tickets-o… [...]

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  • 3. Jeannette  |  September 19, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    Hi! we bought 6 tix for the mickey not so scarry halloween for 10/31. Four special family members just arrived from Cuba and we would love for them to join us. Is there any way we can purchase 4 extra tickets for 10/31? I need 2 Adults and 2 kids.

    Thank you!

    Jeannette Llorens

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    • 4. wdw4christians  |  September 22, 2009 at 7:51 pm

      Just call 407-WDW-DINE and see if they have tickets available. That’ll be the easiest way.

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  • 5. paul  |  August 8, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    Seize this rare opportunity to visit the Magic Kingdom® in costume*, ride some of the most popular attractions and enjoy some really sweet trick-or-treating with favorite Disney characters in their finest Halloween outfits. I go every year and we have a blast! thanks for the post.

    Reply

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