Ticket Sales for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) Are Available Now

May 15th, 2024
  |  by Mealtrip
Ticket Sales for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) Are Available Now Tickets for the very popular Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) started today (May 15th, 2024) for this year's festivities. I've updated our "Days, Dates, and Prices" page with all the information for adult, children and annual passholder prices. Click here to jump over to that MNSSHP Prices and Dates page.

I cover MNSSHP because there is a large food component to the festival, but we don't have menus for that yet. I suspect the menu will be posted anytime between now and the next couple of weeks — so please keep checking back on our home page or just bookmark our "Fresh" page (click here to see the Mealtrip Fresh page). I've specifically kept all ads off the Mealtrip home page and the Mealtrip Fresh page so they load quick — I'm as tired as you are of seeing the same crapy, slow, pop-up ads everywhere. Both of those pages are updated with our newest content.

It doesn't look like too much has changed from last year, but I'm sure there will be a few last minute surprises that we haven't heard about yet. Entry to the hard-ticketed event (which means you have to buy a ticket specifically for MNSSHP to get in) is still at 4:00pm with all the party unique offerings starting at 7:00pm (which is when "normal" day ticket guests are supposed to exit the park). The event runs until 12:00am, the same as last year.

What has changed — are the ticket prices. Almost all the dates have gone up $10 across the board. The MNSSHP event starts at $119 (for adults) this year and goes up to $199 (the same as last year) — so at least the top-level date prices haven't gone over the $200 mark yet.

A child ticket is $10 less than an adult ticket — across the board. Annual Passholders and DVC Members can get $10 off any of the August or September dates — which is the same discount as last year.

It does make sense to start planning now for the date you want to go. The first night generally sells out first, then Halloween night itself — and then the least expensive nights in the weeks that follow. So if you see any one particular night selling out — it's time to act, if you want to go this year.

Click here to head on over to our main event page for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party (MNSSHP) and check out all the pricing, dates, and days in a quick loading list. (There's not too many ads on that page either.) There's also a couple of direct links on that page — to the official Disney ticket purchasing page (which is the only place you should purchase tickets from). Hope to see you there!