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For what seems like forever now I have been planning to take Little C to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Disney World this coming October. Turns out I will likely be taking two little pumpkins to this event, but our plans are continuing on despite that little adjustment. In fact, we just bought tickets to the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party over the weekend, and want to be sure that you are in the loop that tickets for both the Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party are now on sale for 2015 dates. If you want detailed info on those events, I would head to MouseSavers.com.
This will be my first year attending, but I have been told that some popular dates do sell out, so if you are certain of your plans it can make sense to go ahead and get tickets.
Disney Money Saving Tip:
The parties do not start until 7PM, but you can enter the Magic Kingdom as early as 4PM on the day of the events with the party tickets, so this can be a way to save on a day of park admission and just take it easy at your resort or doing other things in the Orlando area on that morning. We plan to do just that and not enter the park until 4PM with our Not So Scary Halloween tickets both to save money and conserve our energy!
Ticket prices for these events vary some based on the date you want to attend, but they are pretty pricey in the $67 – $92 range depending on the date and whether you need a child or adult ticket.
Don’t Forget Restaurant Reservations:
I will also add that if you want to go to the Halloween events and like to plan some special dining experiences like princess breakfasts or other special meals during your Disney trip, keep in mind that 180 days out is now is October 10th, so you can make dining reservations at the Disney restaurants through that date.
Use Points for Your Hotel:
If you want to use points to stay at the Swan or Dolphin on Disney property as we are doing, note that some weekends in October still have standard room availability, but others do not. If your desired dates don’t have standard room availability you can check with SPG and see if deluxe rooms might be available for only a few additional points. Using points can be a very good play on popular dates such as these as the hotel can easily go for $300/night, but costs just 10,000 SPG points for a basic room.
If you want lots of additional Disney money saving tips and advice, head here for my previous posts on the topic. This will be my first time to go to to the Halloween festivities, but far from my first trip to Disney.
Anyone else planning a Disney World trip to one of these events later this year?