ORLANDO, Fla. - The calendar says January, but if you want a chance to celebrate Halloween with Mickey Mouse, you have to start thinking ahead.
Walt Disney World is already selling tickets for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, the annual ticketed event at Magic Kingdom.
The Halloween celebration happens on select nights from Aug. 16 through Nov. 1, 2019, from 7 p.m. to midnight.
Guests with regular passes to Magic Kingdom on the days of the Halloween Party do not have access to the evening festivities.
The Not-So-Scary Halloween Party includes special Halloween-themed entertainment, decorations, fireworks and parades, as well as trick-or-treating and dozens of the park’s iconic attractions.
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Ticket prices vary depending on which night you go and generally get pricier the closer you get to Halloween. For example, tickets for some nights in August and September cost $74 for children ages 3-9 years and $79 for people 10 and older, while tickets for Halloween night cost $130 for children ages 3-9 and $135 for guests 10 and older.
2019's prices are 4 to 10 dollars higher than 2018's ticket prices.
The park said you can save $10 per ticket compared to day-of purchase price when you buy at least a day in advance.
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