Tickets now available to all guests for the 2024 MIckey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

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Posted: Wednesday May 15, 2024 7:00am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Tickets are now on general sale for the 2024 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party season at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.

The early pre-sale for Walt Disney World Resort hotel guests that began last week is now over, and tickets can be purchased by everyone.

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party will take place over 38 nights from August 9 through October 31, 2024. Ticket prices for 2024 range from $119 - $199, up from 2023's $109 – $199.

August 2024 Pricing

  • August 9: $149
  • August 13, 16, 20, 23, 27: $119
  • August 30: $129

September 2024 Pricing

  • September 2, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15: $129
  • September 17, 20, 22, 24, 26, 29: $149

October 2024 Pricing

  • October 1, 3: $169
  • October 4, 11, 18: $189
  • October 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17: $179
  • October 20, 22, 24: $189
  • October 25, 27, 29, 31: $199

The 2024 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party event dates are:

August - 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, 27 and 30
September - 2, 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 26, 27 and 29
October - 1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 25, 27, 29 and 31

2024 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Dates, Pricing, Attractions and Entertainment Showtimes

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JohnD7 days ago

That's what I thought. I'm not terribly upset about missing out. I'm looking at going on Sunday 10/27 as I have the Pixie Dust pass and can't be in MK during regular admission that day.

Zummi Gummi7 days ago


JohnD7 days ago

Oh well. I thought about it but I had been waiting on things to settle out on my end so haven't purchased a ticket yet. I have a trip planned 10/27-11/1. But I can also go 10/27 and 10/29 for the same price. Anything different about the 10/31 party other than being there on Halloween itself?

Fido Chuckwagon7 days ago

Oogie Boogie Bash in DL is like this, right? Sells out really fast? I guess that’s where we’re heading with WDW given the word of mouth about how much people like these parties. I’m glad I got my tickets. Unfortunately they’re in August and I may spontaneously combust.

ToTBellHop7 days ago

It wasn’t even on sale to the GP for a full week. Crazy.

Fido Chuckwagon7 days ago

Wow, that’s impressive. MNSSHP is one of those things that Disney does really really well. I’m not surprised that they sell out every party, but boy that is early.

Zummi Gummi7 days ago

Wow is right. I didn’t expect it to sell out before Memorial Day.

Doberge7 days ago

Thank goodness I bought our tickets against my research of past years DCBaker tracked.

ToTBellHop7 days ago


DCBaker7 days ago

According to the Walt Disney World website, the first night to sell out for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is October 31, 2024. To compare, the first night to sell out in 2023 was also October 31, but not until July 3, 2023.

ToTBellHop12 days ago

Exactly. Where they were too aggressive is room rates—which is why they are heavily discounted now.

JMcMahonEsq12 days ago

But how is that going against normal economic rules? At a basic level your prices are based upon what the market bears. So if in one year prices are X and the market buys 100% of what your selling, simple economics would have you raise your prices until you hit an inflection point where the price increase is no longer supported by the market. Clearly the graph and ticket sales is saying they haven’t hit that point yet. Individuals here might think the price increase year over year is subjectively too much, but the market seems to differ.

wutisgood13 days ago

I have done Halloween only trips for the past few years. I can do sea world, Busch gardens, magic kingdom and universal for about 300 in tickets over 4 nights. I consider it a good deal for not needing any season passes or packages.

LittleBuford13 days ago

That’s fair. I suppose I was thinking of the increase since last year, which seems more or less in keeping with the current economic reality.