As the title stipulates, tickets for the Halloween Party may now be purchased at https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/events-tours/magic-kingdom/mickeys-not-so-scary-halloween-party/. Prices start at $67 per adult for September 2, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 25 and go all the way up to $105 per adult for Halloween night.
Christmas Party tickets are available here: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/events-tours/magic-kingdom/mickeys-very-merry-christmas-party/ with prices that start at $81/adult for November 10 and 13 and go all the way up to $99/adult for December 16, 18, and 22.
Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members will save a few dollars on select nights and tickets to most nights are less expensive when purchased in advance.
While I have sat the last couple of Halloween Parties out, I do plan to cover this year’s in full.
Like most things Disney related, the increase in ticket prices do make you second guess whether or not the tickets are “worth” the money. Back in 2011, when I first covered the event for the website, the highest priced Halloween Party ticket cost $68/adult. That’s an increase of more than 54.4% in five years. Then on top of that, Disney is pushing not only a Dessert Party during the event, which would cost an additional $69/adult, but also dining reservations during Party time. With the cost of Cinderella’s Royal Table over $75/adult, that’s a pretty penny to pay in addition to the higher ticket cost.
No no no no no no no. TERRIBLE.
We return to Animal Kingdom after a few updates based on pictures from April 7th, including:
- Rivers of Light Runs Into Problems as Theater Construction Concludes, Kali River Rapids and Disney Outfitters Reopen – Animal Kingdom 4/7/16
- The Smiling Crocodile Smoky Cheddar Grits and Chicken Drumstick Review, Odds and Ends, and the Likelihood that Rivers of Light Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon
- The Signs of Harambe Market
- A Walk Through Pangani Forest Exploration Trail
The first Early Morning Magic – Fantasyland event happened on the morning of April 26th and your trusty(?), albeit excessively-and-needlessly-negative, website was in attendance.
Not my finest post title.
Continuing from Part 1, it’s just before 10am as we head to Tower of Terror with a 40-minute posted wait.
As written, this is our ideal morning touring plan: