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Annual Passholders should really get to go to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party for free, especially the Premium Passholders. I've never been and would really like to go but its just so darn expensive for a family of four
😳 As passholders, we aren't really entitled to anything other than park entrance. Besides that, if you can afford Premium passes, you should be able to afford Halloween Party tickets if you want to go. - Spoonful_O_Sugar 535.0 #329 9-15-12 4:17PMLike(9)Reply
I can see where your coming from with this but unfortunately I don't think it would ever be free. If AP's were free to these parties it would be a madhouse. Quoting Lucy Ricardo "That's the way the ball bounces" - iamdugsmaster 878.7 #170 9-15-12 4:38PMLike(2)Reply
I agree with the original comment. Paying $450 a year should include 1 night for Halloween. Especially with this years' price increase! Thank goodness I renewed 2 weeks before the price increase but we can't afford to renew next year :( - dccms12 28.1 #5405 9-15-12 5:04PMLike(2)Reply
I have to disagree. This is an after hours party. If passholders were free the parties would be crowded. This is an exclusive event that I don't mind paying for. That dread park knotts doesn't let their passholders into their Halloween parties for free either. - aidensmama 340.1 #613 9-15-12 4:34PMLike(1)Reply
The money that you pay, seems to me, goes for all the cool extra things party goers get to enjoy. Think of what you'd pay for candy alone... My two cents worth 😊 - WishIWereThere 249.9 #1226 9-15-12 5:21PMLike(1)Reply
I got my tickets for $46 a piece that's with the discount. It's not bad at all. - Almazamaa7 43.7 #4553 9-15-12 4:14PMLikeReply
We just got an AP special $46 for select nights of the Halloween Party at Disneyland from Sept 28-Oct 31. ($18 discount). Came in the mail. - keunyoun 82.2 #3636 9-15-12 4:43PMLikeReply
Has anyone here been to the Halloween party? What special things are there and how are crowds and lines for rides? - jmotajr 7.8 #10890 9-15-12 4:47PMLikeReply
This is copied from the AP Hotline: Save on Tickets
Save when you buy tickets in advance!
On select nights, Annual Passholders save $18.
No ticket is required for Guests 2 and under. - splashphotoCM 885.6 #169 9-15-12 4:54PMLikeReply
Disney makes up for it by having special AP events YEAR ROUND. So I'm cool having I pay extra once a year. 😁 - Waites4DodgerEars 970.1 #156 9-15-12 4:55PMLikeReply
I'm 50 / 50 on the issue. Part of the cost of the Halloween Party ticket gets you in during normal operating hours and covers parking for the night. I feel like I have already paid for those things. However, the after hours events are all extras that are not included in my premium pass. I was bummed to find out that I get the same discount with my Disney Visa card as I get with my annual pass. My Visa doesn't cost me anything, but I do pay for the pass. It would be nice if the passholder discount was more than the credit card discount. - VanDisney 342.3 #610 9-15-12 5:40PMLikeReply
We paid full price for our Halloween and now have decided to get Annual Passes when we come down for it. What I am wondering is if they will discount our passes the difference of the AP price? Every little bit helps these days:). Guess it will not hurt to ask? - TigrLvnMomma 159.5 #2421 9-15-12 7:15PMLikeReply