Despite the fact we are only just at the start of May, Disney have now released tickets for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
Of course a new year comes with new price increases…
Halloween tickets last year started at $68 and now start at $72 and for the Christmas party tickets now start at $86 in comparison to $74 in 2015.
When I say starting from I mean starting from, if you wanted to go to Mickey’s-Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on October 31 itself, a ticket would set you back $105 for an adult ticket and $100 for a child ticket. Oh and this is before tax, including tax you are looking at costs of $111.83 for an adult and $106.50 for a child.
Currently is a lot cheaper to book the Halloween party in September than it is in October and the same for Christmas in November over December.
From my experience of attending both parties I would say that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is far better of an experience than the Christmas Party. The free candy far outweighs the bland tasting cookies and hot chocolate however that isn’t to say that Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party isn’t good, because it is! I will ensure we pit both against one another in a future Theme Park Trader podcast so we can give you the pros and cons in more detail.
So get booking now before tickets inevitably sell out:
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party can be booked here.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party can be booked here.
If you are attending either event this year and have any questions or if you want to share you experience with us then let us know in the comments below!