Today, Walt Disney World announced yet another new ticket. This time, the announcement is for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.

Guests who plan to attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) several times this year can now purchase a “Party Pass”. This pass allows guests to attend 35 of the 36 MNSSHP nights in 2019, with the exception being Halloween night.

The price of the “Party Pass” is $299 for ages 10+, and $284 for ages 3-9. The pass will also give guests admission into parties that are sold out. Guests who have already purchased a ticket for one of the parties can apply the price they paid to the cost of the pass, if they choose to upgrade.

There is a limited number of these passes available, but they are available for purchase now at the WDW ticket windows, and also at Guest Relations locations.

What do you think of this new option for frequent MNSSHP attendees? Let us know in the comments.

XOXO, Halie and Danny


  1. Are there really that many people who go multiple nights?! I didn’t even realize that was a “thing”! I have still not even been to one Not So Scary Halloween Party nor the one at Disneyland. I did once go to Disneyland on Halloween but that was before the separate ticket event party existed.

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    1. This seems like a good deal for locals more than anything. This pass doesn’t really apply to most people who attend the parties. Neither of us have ever attended one of these parties. We want to, but it just hasn’t happened yet. As locals, this seems like a great deal, but it doesn’t have much benefit for tourists.


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