Tickets on sale now for the 2020 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

Feb 25, 2020 in "Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party"

Tickets are now on sale for the 2020 Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom. 

The party nights begin even earlier this year, on August 13, and continue through to November 1.  No major changes are expected this year, and the party will see the return of “Disney’s Not So Spooky Spectacular” fireworks show, “Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade,” and the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” stage show.

  • August 13, 18, 21, 25, 28
  • September 1, 4, 7, 11, 13, 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29
  • October 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31
  • November 1

As in recent years, pricing changes depending on the specific day, but tickets begin at $85 for advance purchase (up from $79 last year), rising to $144 (up from $135) for October 31. This year's pricing shows the expected price increase of around $6 to $11 depending on dates.

You can buy tickets now at DisneyWorld.com

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Article Posted: Feb 25, 2020 / 8:38am ET
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GillyanneJun 26, 2020

Got my e-gift card refund today. Came through about 12:30 Eastern Time

MainahmanJun 24, 2020

Just checked my credit card and the 379 went back on today for my Halloween party tickets. That was quick!

MainahmanJun 24, 2020

Just like my park hopper a when I removed em today, it can take some time.

GillyanneJun 23, 2020

Nope, tickets were removed from MDE on Friday. I asked a few posts up if anyone has heard anything about the refunds but no replies. Mine was purchased on a GC so I want to make sure I don't overlook the E-GC that it's supposed to be refunded to...

Boba RhettJun 23, 2020

Has anyone gotten their tickets refunded yet?

SirwalterraleighJun 23, 2020

The fact that local/state officials are “trying to get a handle” on something that erupted in early March is inexcusable... National failure.

fngoofyJun 22, 2020

while there is increased testing, that doesn't account for all of the new cases and the increased hospitalization. the public is not following physical distancing and mask wearing. Counties are now mandating masks, and are trying to get a handle on things, but have yet to.

SirwalterraleighJun 22, 2020

That’s the best joke I heard all day 🤪

BigDloverJun 22, 2020

In the last 2 years that I went to MNSSHP they packed people in like sardines so I can see how that would be unsafe during a pandemic.

MisterPenguinJun 22, 2020

That's why we also look at percent positive. If 10% of the population has COVID, then when you test a portion of them, you'll find that 10% are positive. If you test even more, you'll find that 10% are positive. If you test even more, you'll find that 10% are positive. If you test even more, you'll find that 10% are positive. We also see states where when testing goes up, the total numbers are still going down. We also see in states like FL that at times when testing has gone up, the number of cases have sometimes gone up, and sometimes gone down. Conversely, at times that testing has down, the number of cases have sometimes gone up, and sometimes gone down. That pretty much proves, by the fact that it exists, that the number of positive cases is not strictly correlated to the number of tests. The governors of both FL and AZ have said that their increased positive cases is NOT a result of more testing. Oh, and also all medical experts, too.

JohnDJun 22, 2020

Science is diagnosing a someone with COVID. You don't know someone has COVID until tested. Therefore, when tested, numbers go up. There is no other way to diagnose COVID. Doctor's are currently seeing a lot more asymptomic cases. How do they know? Testing.

phillip9698Jun 22, 2020

Fun fact, the younger people are the ones catching the disease at the highest rates, its the old people who are dying.

GillyanneJun 22, 2020

So steering this back towards MNSSHP... Has anyone heard any updates as to when the refunds may start? I know it's a small grain of sand in a huge beach of things going on at WDW... I paid with a GC and the email states that will be refunded on a new Electronic GC, so I just want to make sure I don't overlook it/mistake it for junk....

HerdmanJun 21, 2020

I think that's what you are seeing around the country. Kids taking senior trips and otherwise that generation taking the whole virus thing just a little too lightly.