Tickets now on sale for the 2019 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Jan 15, 2019 in "Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party"

Tickets are now available for the 2019 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom.

The earlier start introduced in 2018 continues for 2019, beginning a day earlier than last year at August 16. The full schedule looks like this:

  • August 2019 – 16, 20, 23, 27 and 30
  • September 2019 – 2, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27 and 29
  • October 2019 – 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27, 29 and 31
  • November 2019 – 1

As in recent years, pricing changes depending on the specific day, but tickets begin at $79 for advance purchase, rising to $135 for October 31. This year's pricing shows the expected price increase of around $5, with 2018 tickets beginning at $75.

You can buy tickets now at DisneyWorld.com

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Article Posted: Jan 15, 2019 / 7:19am ET
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peter11435Nov 25, 2019

With the exception of a couple 2018 parties that tested a higher cap the 2019 cap was the same as 2018 and higher than 2017.

Animaniac93-98Nov 25, 2019

Interesting how this is the first time in 4 years they've had more than 5 sold out nights. My guess is the cap was lowered to accommodate those with the party pass.

IanDLBZFNov 25, 2019

And for the record, this year's MNSSHP saw the MOST number of sold out nights, put it on par with 2014 and 2015 (which tied themselves at selling out 11 nights). Courtesy of someone over on The DIS.

Animaniac93-98Oct 31, 2019

Final night for the party pass too. It’s going to be long lines for me 😬 I have a plan, we’ll see how it goes.

ThatMouseOct 30, 2019

Hooray! And the final time I have to see the sold out announcement in my news feed! :p

MansionButler84Oct 28, 2019

Only if you go on a party day. Non-party days are insane at MK.

The Great GonzoOct 28, 2019

I think it is great other people want to go during these parties. Maybe it will make it less crowded when I go during the day.

GusEzraOct 26, 2019

We went to the 10/20 party and it wasn't crowded at all, maybe we got lucky then again we been to 3 parties in the last 4 years and the crowds seem pretty consistent, we never waited more than few minutes on any of the rides most were walk ons, we got a decent spot for the fireworks like 10 min before show time. The only complaint I have and this isn't just a party complaint is this Disney needs to figure out a better flow before and during parades people start getting spots way early and it clogs everything up esp in frontier land and you cant get anywhere, but other than that i thought the party was really good, crowd wise, we never even had to wait for candy the all lines were flowing. I really think it all depends on what day you go

IanDLBZFOct 26, 2019

And.... it wasn't even mentioned.

Rob FeuerOct 25, 2019

is there any blog or place to go to see if anyone is giving up a single ticket for tonight's event?

The Great GonzoOct 24, 2019

I think the new annual party ticket has only made it more crowded. I guess Disney wanted the Vloggers to be able to come back over and over again to advertise for them.

mnelson3Oct 20, 2019

Does anyone know if the DAS system can be used during party nights? I read elsewhere yes, depending on wait times, but wanted further verification. I know now a days most popular attractions are no longer walk ons, especially on sold out nights, which would make it difficult on guests with disabilities.