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Old 08-30-2013, 07:21 PM   #91
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We are going Oct. 24th! This is our 1st Halloween Party! So excited! My question is... Will they be selling special T-shirts just for the party?? Like with 2013 on it maybe? If so How small do they go? What is average price for them? I would like to get 2 for my 3 & 4 yr old girls!! Thanks!
We were there last year. They definitely had dated MNSSHP shirts and we got our 2 year old one in toddler sizes. Shouldn't be a problem! Unfortunately, I think it was about $20.
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Old 08-31-2013, 07:37 AM   #92
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Quick question- we are getting in on the evening of a party. We probably won't get to our hotel until 9. There is a part of me that really wants to go, we should be able to get about 2 hours of it. Is that enough time to have fun? It's all adults
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Quick question- we are getting in on the evening of a party. We probably won't get to our hotel until 9. There is a part of me that really wants to go, we should be able to get about 2 hours of it. Is that enough time to have fun? It's all adults
The parties are a blast, but I can't in good conscience recommend one for just two hours.
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Old 08-31-2013, 08:19 AM   #94
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Quick question- we are getting in on the evening of a party. We probably won't get to our hotel until 9. There is a part of me that really wants to go, we should be able to get about 2 hours of it. Is that enough time to have fun? It's all adults
I'm with Mesa on this one. You won't even make it in time for the fireworks if you arrive that late. You would basically enter the park and need to get a spot for the parade. No way would I pay that much for so little time. Is there another party date you could choose?
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Old 08-31-2013, 09:51 PM   #95
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The Party ticket is a ticket valid for entry into MK beginning at 4:00pm on the day of a Party. You do not need a regular (MYW) Park ticket for entry.

However, if you want to enter MK prior to 4:00pm, you must have a regular MYW Park ticket.
Hi! We are planning on using the party ticket to enter the park in the afternoon. Are there long lines to get into the park at 4pm with the party ticket? Is this the sort of thing that we should be lining up for outside the MK turnstiles at 3 or 3:30pm?
Also, my kids are very excited for trick or treating, but they have food allergies- are the treats all nut-free or is there a special trick or treat area set up for kids with allergies?
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Old 08-31-2013, 10:06 PM   #96
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For allergies go to City Hall at 7:00 or later. They will have special supplies of treats that can be safe for most food allergies.
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Hi! We are planning on using the party ticket to enter the park in the afternoon. Are there long lines to get into the park at 4pm with the party ticket? Is this the sort of thing that we should be lining up for outside the MK turnstiles at 3 or 3:30pm?
Also, my kids are very excited for trick or treating, but they have food allergies- are the treats all nut-free or is there a special trick or treat area set up for kids with allergies?
The lines will be longer at 7pm than they are at 4pm. Although a lot of people know about 4pm entry, there are still a lot who do not. I would not get there that early, since the festivities do not start until 7pm. Unless you are looking for every possible minute, I would plan on arriving right at 4 rather than before. Less standing around in line, since they will be moving once you arrive.

My son has allergies and they usually have allergy friendly treats at the same place as the good stuff. You just have to ask for it. The Christmas cookies taste like dirt, so I felt badly for him. Hopefully, the Halloween options are a little better.
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For allergies go to City Hall at 7:00 or later. They will have special supplies of treats that can be safe for most food allergies.
Thank you! We will definitely do that!
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The lines will be longer at 7pm than they are at 4pm. Although a lot of people know about 4pm entry, there are still a lot who do not. I would not get there that early, since the festivities do not start until 7pm. Unless you are looking for every possible minute, I would plan on arriving right at 4 rather than before. Less standing around in line, since they will be moving once you arrive.

My son has allergies and they usually have allergy friendly treats at the same place as the good stuff. You just have to ask for it. The Christmas cookies taste like dirt, so I felt badly for him. Hopefully, the Halloween options are a little better.
Thank you! Appreciate the advice!
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:09 PM   #100
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Has anyone had their tickets at will call in the past? Where do I go to pick them up? Are there long lines at will call? Trying to decide between will call vs. printing them at home.
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Does the 2nd parade start in Town Square or Frontierland?
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Does the 2nd parade start in Town Square or Frontierland?
Both parades run from the back of the park to the front.
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Old 09-08-2013, 07:32 AM   #104
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We were there last year. They definitely had dated MNSSHP shirts and we got our 2 year old one in toddler sizes. Shouldn't be a problem! Unfortunately, I think it was about $20.
Thank you so much for the info!!
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Old 09-08-2013, 10:48 AM   #105
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General Information on Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party
Mickeys Not So Scary Halloween Party will be held on the following dates:

September 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27 & 29
October 3, 4, 6, 10, 11*, 14, 17, 18*, 20, 22 24, 25*, 27, 29 and 31*, Nov 1

* Advance Sale pricing is not available for these dates. Even when purchased in advance, "Day Of" pricing is in effect.
CF, do you have any insight as to why the 25th is chosen as a "no discount" date? Is it simply because it's a Friday? We are definitely doing the party on the 20th, but the 25th is our last day, we're going to the MK, and we can't imagine leaving the parks at 7:00 on our last day, so we're thinking about doing a second party just to stay in the park longer. We probably wouldn't even do that much party stuff and would really only be there for the rides. I'm just wondering when we'd need to make our decision, because I'd like it to be spontaneous, but if we can't wait until the day of to decide, then...ugh. Do you know how many Friday parties sold out last year, and if they sold out the day of or before?
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