'Disney After Hours Boo Bash' officially listed as sold out for October 31

Jun 11, 2021 in "Disney After Hours BOO BASH"

Disney After Hours BOO BASH
Posted: Friday June 11, 2021 11:45am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has updated the website for the upcoming 'Disney After Hours Boo Bash' ticketed event at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom with new availability information.

Halloween night October 31 2021 is now officially listed as "Sold Out," with all other dates currently still available. This comes just a few days after tickets went on sale to Disney Resort hotel guests only. This means that non-resort hotel guests will not be able to book October 31 when general sales of tickets begins on June 15 2021. Interestingly Halloween itself is the most expensive of the season priced at $199.

Tickets for the three-hour Halloween event will go on sale June 15 and can be purchased online or by calling 407-939-4240. Guests of select Walt Disney World Resort hotels can book their tickets now. Tickets start at $129 – $139, plus tax for August/September nights and $159 – $169, plus tax for October nights, and $199, plus tax for Halloween. Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members can take advantage of a $10 discount for event nights in August and September.

Learn more about Disney After Hours Boo Bash.

 

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Chip Chipperson4 days ago

Are the resort boats running at the end of the event for guests at Wilderness Lodge, Poly, and Grand Floridian?

Ben_since_19715 days ago

My .02: I have never done a MNSSHP, but several MVMCP. I attended the Boo Bash last Friday (9/10). I had a great time, enjoyed the short waits, and the free snacks (I honestly think I did eat $139 worth of ice cream sandwiches ;)). I saw Maleficent roll through Liberty Square, and did see the Mickey and Minnie cavalcade. I trick or treated at the goodie stations. I got the hitchhiking ghost and headless horsemen magic shots. Like I said - I had fun. But I doubt I will do it again next year. This truly was an after hours event with a nod towards Halloween, which was my expectations going in, and they were met. Now if they add some more Halloween to it, I might be tempted. But I get enough of the parks using my @lentesta plans during the day I don't really need an after hours event. FWIW - no way would I pay what they are asking for the Holiday AH event. Even though it appears to be more holiday than AH, I have 'been there done that' with MVMCP to justify spending what they are asking for this year.

durangojim5 days ago

Do we know if tickets have continued to be available the day of for each of the parties?

brettf225 days ago

I actually did last Sunday’s Boo Bash, even though the previous week’s crowds were extremely low. I’m much more of a ride and ambience person at the parks. Entertainment is great, but not something I usually go out of my way to catch. With that preface in mind, I had an excellent time at Boo Bash. MK at night is spectacular. I got to the park around 7:30. I kept track, and was able to get on 17 rides from 7:30-midnight. To me, it was nice to see a bit of entertainment here and there. IMO, the biggest negative was the odd dance-party music choices. Was it worth the money? Well, the three ice cream bars and 4 sodas I consumed have an in park value of about $3,765, so that’s a positive. But, at the end of the day, it was worth it to me. Of course, this was a last minute splurge since I changed from on to offsite (since there was almost no incentive to stay onsite). At the end of the day, Disney got a lot less of my money this trip. I’m not sure that’s their intent. My single biggest issue with it continues to be the fact that I used to be able to have a similar experience without paying extra for it. When MK was routinely open until 1am, the park cleared out fairly soon after fireworks. The experience was almost identical to Boo Bash (minus the “free” ice cream and soda). But, that time is past. Disney has learned they can get folks (oh, sorry, I mean “friends”) to pay twice. Such is life.

Chi845 days ago

Check out the Simpson's episode with Homer sailing down the River Styx in the underworld to the song Lady. "Ohhh, this truly is hell!"

MisterPenguin5 days ago

I didn't suppose you were looking for gloom. My point is simply that the most probably cause for no reports is because no one had complaints. That and the reduced capacity meant a lot less people actually experiencing it. There were livestreams from the usual suspects for the first few BOOdahs.

pdude815 days ago

dreday35 days ago

You mean, you are scared of how awesome it will be! :D

Chi845 days ago

We'll be there on 10/24. We already know the music will be scary.

dreday35 days ago

If you can wait until 10/22, I'll post how ours was. 😂

flynnibus5 days ago

I'm not looking for gloom - I'm looking for observations! We all can't be vacation bloggers who spend their days in the parks :)

MisterPenguin5 days ago

If Boo Bash was awful or overcrowded, you bet we'd be seeing a lot of reports. No news is good news.

MansionButler845 days ago

With the crowds being so low and prices so high, the elite can’t be bothered to put down their caviar long enough to write. Meanwhile the bloggers are busy pre-writing their Enchantment and Harmonious reviews.

flynnibus6 days ago

where are the rest of the boo bash trip reports?