We’ve only just entered spring, but Disney World already has spooky season on the brain.
That’s right, we’re already halfway to Halloween, and the dates for Mickey’s annual Not-So-Scary Halloween Party have just been released for 2022.
If you’re over the summer heat and you’re looking forward to all things Fall, we’re breaking down how to get tickets to Magic Kingdom Park’s spookiest festivity.
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Disney World announces Mickey’s Not-So-Scary 2022 Halloween Party
If you’re a Disney World fanatic, you’ll know that Halloween festivities start way before October. In fact, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is kicking off in August this year.
Taking place at Walt Disney World Resort between 12 August and 31 October 2022, the annual event is not one to be missed if you’re looking for some family-friendly fun.
In previous years, Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party has included parades, trick-or-treating with Disney characters, and a huge firework exhibition. The event is set to run from 7pm until midnight on all dates.
Take a look at the dates below:
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How to get Mickey’s Not-So-Scary 2022 Halloween Party tickets
Looking to experience Halloween 2022 with a Disney twist? Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Party is the place to be.
To bag yourself a ticket, head to the official Disney World Resort website. Tickets go on general sale from 18 May through the official site.
According to Disney Parks Blog, entry ranges from $109 – $199 per person, though Walt Disney World Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members will be able to purchase tickets for select dates with a $10 discount. Take a look at all prices here.
Ticket holders will be admitted to Magic Kingdom park as early as 4pm on the valid date of their ticket, the Disney website states.
Is there a ticket presale?
Unfortunately, there isn’t an official presale for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
However, guests staying at Disney Resort hotels, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotels will be able to purchase tickets from 12 May via the official Disney World Resort website.