MNSSHP Party Pass!

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MNSSHP Party Pass!

I'd so do this in a heartbeat if we were a little closer....! I've heard sales are off this year, wonder if this is to help up attendance.

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Pass offers access to all 2019 party nights

For fans of Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, it appears that this year you can gain access to every single party night for a fixed price.

The new Party Pass will give access to most party nights, excluding October 31 2019.

Pricing is $299 plus tax for ages 10 and above, and $284 plus tax for ages 3-9.

Source: https://www.wdwmagic.com/events/mickeys-not-so-scary-halloween-party/news/16aug2019-mickeys-not-so-scary-halloween-party-pass-offers-access-to-all-2019-party-nights.htm

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If only I was local sad
Just think, you wouldn't need to buy candy for your own trick or treaters on Halloween laugh

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I think this is so cool. I would totally get one if I were local.

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Kristen K. wrote:
I think this is so cool. I would totally get one if I were local.

Maybe next year crossfingers

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I would do this if I were more local, but as a "once per year" guest that travel to WDW, I'm not super impressed. The parties have already been oversold and super crowded the last couple of years and now they've added another element to ensure they can't control how many people will be in the park during this "limited" event. eek

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Allie wrote:
now they've added another element to ensure they can't control how many people will be in the park during this "limited" event. eek

Hrmmm... that's a very good point. I wonder if they have figured this in to the maximum guest count.

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It's a great deal. You only have to go to 3 parties to break even.

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I agree, the last few parties we went to seemed oversold. For our upcoming trip we decided to try the After Hours party instead. However, if we were locals, we may be tempted to purchase the pass.

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scrappy wrote:
I agree, the last few parties we went to seemed oversold. For our upcoming trip we decided to try the After Hours party instead. However, if we were locals, we may be tempted to purchase the pass.

G and I are doing an after hours party too will be interested in your opinion and any tips for it.

We would have also gone for the pass if in the same country!

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scrappy wrote:
I agree, the last few parties we went to seemed oversold. For our upcoming trip we decided to try the After Hours party instead. However, if we were locals, we may be tempted to purchase the pass.

Agree with scrappy. KenJ and I prefer the after hours party as not as many people and popcorn is included. biggrin

Nothing comes close to our first MNSSHP experience in 2014 - it was very quiet and all the rides were walk-on's.