Prices will likely range from $100 to $175 depending upon the date; tickets have skyrocketed in the last several years. If you want to be notified when 2022 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party dates are released or tickets go on sale, you can subscribe to our free email newsletter for instant alerts.
Keeping this in view, can I stay for Boo Bash without a ticket?
This is a separate ticketed event. That means you will need to purchase a separate ticket in order to enjoy the event’s festivities — your traditional Magic Kingdom ticket will not allow you to stay in the park and enjoy the party’s offerings once the After Hours event begins.
Thereof, do you have to leave Disneyland for Mickey’s Halloween party?
General Disneyland Halloween Time Tips
If you visit Disney California Adventure Park on a day of a party without a ticket, you’ll have to leave once the party officially begins. But, if you have a Park Hopper ticket, you can enter Disneyland for the rest of the night!
Do you need ticket for Disney Halloween party?
You must purchase BOTH a regular ticket for Disneyland and a Halloween Party ticket. You’re visiting Disneyland on a date when the Halloween Party starts at 7 pm. You arrive at 4 pm and want to stay until midnight. You only need to purchase a Halloween Party ticket (remember, the 3 hour rule).
When is the Oogie Boogie Bash? How much are tickets? The Oogie Boogie Bash will be held on Tuesday,Thursday and Sunday nights, plus a couple of Saturday nights beginning on September 9 and culminating on Halloween night, October 31, 2021. Prices start at $114 per person and go up to $169 per person.
In 2019, Disney announced the Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Pass for $299 for adults and $284 for children 3-9. The pass allows the guest entry to every Party except the one on Halloween itself. (Click here for more info!)
Overall, we had a wonderful time at Boo Bash and I certainly feel it was worth the cost. The low(er) crowds definitely made for a great attraction experience. Trick or treating was fun and all-you-can-eat Mickey bars are always welcome here! The entertainment and character sightings were a disappointment.
The Halloween Party
Separate admission tickets are required to attend the party, but it’s more than worth it. Crowd size is limited, which reduces the time you spend standing in line. Besides the chance to enjoy the park without so many other people crowding around you, you’ll find seasonal things to do and see.
Basically, you’d probably get the best value if you are really into Halloween, dance parties or just want to pay extra to (hopefully) have shorter lines on attractions. Overall, you’re money is getting you a fast pass on some rides, overpriced candy and special treats. The parade is a bonus but not worth the ticket.
Disney just announced that Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party will be canceled for 2021, marking two years in a row now that the parties will not go on. However, there will still be an after-hours Halloween event to look forward to this year!
UPDATE: Disney After Hours Boo Bash replacing MNSSHP for 2021. Although we aren’t going to see the full Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party return for 2021, we will get to celebrate the spooky season at Magic Kingdom with the new Disney After Hours Boo Bash.