Just because it’s the beginning of May it doesn’t mean that you already shouldn’t be planning ahead for a bit of Disney magic when it comes to spooky autumn dealings. As of May 1st, Walt Disney World announced that it would start selling tickets for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. For those who are not in the know, the Not So Scary Halloween Party is a great place to take your children and enjoy a bit of Halloween magic Disney-style. The Magic Kingdom is dressed to impress at this time of the year, and you and your children can enjoy trick-or-treating with the lovable Disney cast of characters.
The Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party takes place after the park has closed for the evening, so participants will have to get a special ticket to be able to access the festivities. The cost of tickets has been announced at 49.95 for an adult and 43.95 for a child if the purchaser is an annual pass holder or a DVC member. For those who are non-members, it is 53.95 for an adult and 47.95 for a child if the tickets are bought in advance, and 59.95 and 53.95 if the tickets are bought at the door.
For maximum savings, be sure to book in advance – in addition, be sure to ask a travel agent about discount travel packages as well. You’ll be surprised at how much money you can save! Obviously, it’s a little early for Halloween, but it’s never too early to start planning Disney magic!