Seemingly in a hurry to cash in on the holiday spending sprees, Walt Disney World announced last week the popular options available for both Halloween and Christmas–time up-charge events! The popular seasonal after-hour parties both return this year with an unsurprising jump in cost reflective of demand-based tier pricing.
As in previous years, various discounts are available and of course tickets bought day-of (assuming the event doesn’t sell out on particular nights) are more expensive and event dates closer to the actual holidays are more expensive.
Tiered pricing for seasonal events is a practice not terribly uncommon; other entertainment destinations such as Universal Studios off their Halloween Horror Nights tickets with prices that get progressively more expensive on weekends and inching upwards towards Halloween night.
Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
The event brings promises regular offerings including entertainment, trick or treating and the return of last year’s fan-favorite “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular.”
Advance ticket prices starting at $72 for adults and $67 for children (3-9).
For an additional cost on top of your ticket, you can book yourself for the premium dessert party package for “Happy HalloWishes” fireworks or make reservations for dinner.
Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party
The event will also return with several of its regular offerings and also bring with it a brand “Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration” at the Cinderelal Castle Forecourt Stage.
Advance ticket prices starting at $86 for adults and $81 for children (3-9).
There may likely be additional upcharge events offered this year during this event, as well. Details to come.
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Visit Disneyworld.com for tickets and more information OR call 407-W-DISNEY.