Official Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party dates for Disney World 2016!

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It’s official! Disney has released dates for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party for 2016. Are you attending? I AM! See if an option fits within your ideal travel window in September or October:

  • September – 2, 8, 11, 13, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 29, 30
  • October – 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28, 30, 31

From my initial thoughts on dates, I only missed ONE day! That’s pretty impressive for an educated guess! No official on sale date, but a cast member told me via phone today that she would expect tickets go on sale in the next 1-2 weeks so stay tuned!

The big question for adults with the change in costume policy earlier this year is “can I wear a costume?” The answer is YES! They are discouraging guests from some specific types of costumes and larger costumes are subject to further inspection in security – it’s a safety thing. So plan accordingly but definitely bring you creativity!!

Some highlights from the 2015 party:

  • Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade – including Disney Characters and the stars of the Haunted Mansion attraction. The parade begins with a spook-tacular ride by the Headless Horseman.
  • Happy HalloWishes – a spectacular fireworks show where the Disney Villains go trick-or-treating in the sky.
  • Many favorite Disney Characters and Disney Villains in special Halloween costumes.
  • Special lighting, music and theming effects transforms special areas of Magic Kingdom into happy haunted hollows.
  • Hocus Pocus Villain spectacular bringing back the Sanderson sisters to put a spell on the park. This stage show was wildly popular so I’m hoping they will bring it back!

I expect this year to have even more haunting magic! While it is a separate admission into Magic Kingdom, if you travel in fall it’s 100% worth the cost to take advantage of lower crowds and all of the fun things that ONLY happen during the party.

Tips & Tricks for Special Events in Magic Kingdom:

  • Depending on your length of stay and number of days with park tickets, you have two options for the morning and early afternoon of your special event.
    1. For longer trips or those with park hopper tickets: Take the morning off! Sleep in (you’ll rarely hear me say this on a Disney vacation, so take advantage). It’s a great opportunity for a late morning character breakfast at Chef Mickey in Contemporary or the delicious flavors of Boma in Animal Kingdom Lodge. Enjoy your resort’s pool and explore to see some of the hidden things it has to offer. Use Disney’s transportation to navigate to another resort to explore (I choose the deluxe resorts!) or head to Downtown Disney for the morning.
    2. For shorter trips with only base day tickets, you may want to take the opportunity to “park hop”. Since you do not need your daily ticket and your special event ticket, enjoy a morning in another park
  • Regardless of your morning plan, eat a large late lunch before you arrive at Magic Kingdom! While select quick service restaurants are available, you don’t want to use your precious time eating a meal you could have any other time during regular park hours. You may find yourself roaming around the park for something that’s open by the time you are hungry.
  • Skip the long character lines and enjoy some of the special live shows and open attractions. You’ll rarely ever see lines that short! If there is a must do character, don’t worry about waiting! Do what is important to your kids (if characters are more important than rides, GO FOR IT! We are a character meet and greet family so seeing them in different attire is fun and it’s the only way to see some villains!)
  • Arrive as close to 4 pm as possible. While the park may still be a bit crowded with ticketed day guests, you’ll want to use as much of your ticketed time as possible.
  • Rest up earlier in the day (make sure kids have napped appropriately). Bring a stroller for your younger ones to take a little snooze waiting for a parade or a place if they are just too tired.
  • Consider Memory Maker. It’s a great little add on to any Disney vacation, but why not grab a few holiday photos for your Christmas card or capture some lasting Halloween memories through the eyes of Disney! Even if you don’t add it on, you can still take advantage of Disney’s PhotoPass photographers throughout the park.
  • If you know you want to attend one of the parties, buy your tickets before your arrive. Advanced purchase is a bit cheaper (usually about $5) and some popular dates sell out.
  • If you are not attending the party and you have base tickets, avoid these party dates! You won’t get a fireworks show at the end of the night (unless you watch it off the Magic Kingdom grounds). If you have park hopper tickets, it’s a pretty good park to start your day with as many people do avoid Magic Kingdom on party nights!
A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

Ready to get started planning your 2016 Disney World vacation? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free vacation opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!

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Disney World in October – a possible list of Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party dates

Disney released their official park hours for the month of October to travel agents today and upon reviewing the details, it seems like we can make a good guess on the dates for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween parties! Are you excited for this special ticketed event in Magic Kingdom? I am! It’s the best of the available special events and gives you so much more fun than the already action packed days!

Making some educated guesses based on the days the park closes at 7 pm, here are my thoughts for Halloween Party dates. Please do not take these as absolute while we all impatiently await Disney’s announcement:

  • Sun, Oct 2
  • Tues, Oct 4
  • Thurs, Oct 6
  • Fri, oct 7
  • Mon, Oct 10
  • Tues Oct 11
  • Thurs, Oct 13
  • Fri, Oct 14
  • Sun, Oct 16
  • Tues, Oct 18
  • Thurs, Oct 20
  • Fri, Oct 21
  • Sun, Oct 23
  • Tues, Oct 25
  • Thurs, Oct 27
  • Fri Oct 28
  • Sun, Oct 30
  • Mon, Oct 31

Whew that is A LOT of Halloween parties! As we know from last year’s parties, the week of Halloween, especially Halloween night sells out most quickly. With 3-4 parties per week, it makes full Magic Kingdom days fairly busy so park hoppers are helpful to spend a morning in Magic Kingdom for a party night and then head to a different park later in the day!

I’m sure the operating hours calendar has been uploaded on other web sites so please be aware that this is not what the final calendar will look like. Don’t be afraid if you see no Main Street Electrical Parade or Wishes scheduled that whole month. I believe it’s clearly an error.

Some highlights from the 2015 party:

  • Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade – including Disney Characters and the stars of the Haunted Mansion attraction. The parade begins with a spook-tacular ride by the Headless Horseman.
  • Happy HalloWishes – a spectacular fireworks show where the Disney Villains go trick-or-treating in the sky.
  • Many favorite Disney Characters and Disney Villains in special Halloween costumes.
  • Special lighting, music and theming effects transforms special areas of Magic Kingdom into happy haunted hollows.
  • Hocus Pocus Villain spectacular bringing back the Sanderson sisters to put a spell on the park. This stage show was wildly popular so I’m hoping they will bring it back!

I expect this year to have even more haunting magic! While it is a separate admission into Magic Kingdom, if you travel in fall it’s 100% worth the cost to take advantage of lower crowds and all of the fun things that ONLY happen during the party.

Tips & Tricks for Special Events in Magic Kingdom:

  • Depending on your length of stay and number of days with park tickets, you have two options for the morning and early afternoon of your special event.
    1. For longer trips or those with park hopper tickets: Take the morning off! Sleep in (you’ll rarely hear me say this on a Disney vacation, so take advantage). It’s a great opportunity for a late morning character breakfast at Chef Mickey in Contemporary or the delicious flavors of Boma in Animal Kingdom Lodge. Enjoy your resort’s pool and explore to see some of the hidden things it has to offer. Use Disney’s transportation to navigate to another resort to explore (I choose the deluxe resorts!) or head to Downtown Disney for the morning.
    2. For shorter trips with only base day tickets, you may want to take the opportunity to “park hop”. Since you do not need your daily ticket and your special event ticket, enjoy a morning in another park
  • Regardless of your morning plan, eat a large late lunch before you arrive at Magic Kingdom! While select quick service restaurants are available, you don’t want to use your precious time eating a meal you could have any other time during regular park hours. You may find yourself roaming around the park for something that’s open by the time you are hungry.
  • Skip the long character lines and enjoy some of the special live shows and open attractions. You’ll rarely ever see lines that short! If there is a must do character, don’t worry about waiting! Do what is important to your kids (if characters are more important than rides, GO FOR IT! We are a character meet and greet family so seeing them in different attire is fun and it’s the only way to see some villains!)
  • Arrive as close to 4 pm as possible. While the park may still be a bit crowded with ticketed day guests, you’ll want to use as much of your ticketed time as possible.
  • Rest up earlier in the day (make sure kids have napped appropriately). Bring a stroller for your younger ones to take a little snooze waiting for a parade or a place if they are just too tired.
  • Consider Memory Maker. It’s a great little add on to any Disney vacation, but why not grab a few holiday photos for your Christmas card or capture some lasting Halloween memories through the eyes of Disney! Even if you don’t add it on, you can still take advantage of Disney’s PhotoPass photographers throughout the park.
  • If you know you want to attend one of the parties, buy your tickets before your arrive. Advanced purchase is a bit cheaper (usually about $5) and some popular dates sell out.
  • If you are not attending the party and you have base tickets, avoid these party dates! You won’t get a fireworks show at the end of the night (unless you watch it off the Magic Kingdom grounds). If you have park hopper tickets, it’s a pretty good park to start your day with as many people do avoid Magic Kingdom on party nights!
A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

Ready to get started planning your 2016 Disney World vacation? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free vacation opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!

Friday Five: 5 Theme park events included with your park admission

Today is opening day for the International Food & Wine Festival, so today we are going to talk about 5 amazing events that happen each year that are included in your park admission!

1. Food & Wine Festival (Epcot). This is the best of the best in terms of special events. Epcot World Showcase (and part of Future World) get transformed into a bustling marketplace full of amazing smells and tastes! Take your taste buds on a trip around the world with more food and drink than you could ever consume. The biggest trouble you’ll have here is figuring out how much you can eat. This is a GREAT place to use your snack credits if you have a Disney dining plan. This event happens every fall typically late September through early to mid-November.

A little taste of Osborne lights!

A little taste of Osborne lights!

2. Osborne Festival of Lights (Hollywood Studios) 2015 marks the end of this amazing experience which runs from early November through the holiday season (usually into January). Streets of America gets turned into millions of lights from all directions and the lights are choreographed to amazing holiday music. I could sit on the ground and watch it for hours. There are so many lights that cast members begin to put them up in SEPTEMBER. Seriously, a not to be missed experience and this is the last year it will ever be seen in Walt Disney World so what are you waiting for?

3. Flower & Garden Festival (Epcot). This festival has becoming a mini food & wine festival with the addition of pop up “kitchens” around World Showcase. Originally, the event started as over 100 topiaries of Disney characters old and new lined much of Epcot. It has become a favorite event of ours because crowds are not often high and there are all sorts of fun snacks, drinks,and things to see! There’s even a butterfly garden! It makes Epcot more appealing for those who think it’s not a worthy park to visit. This event typically runs from early March through early  Mary.

4. Star Wars Weekends (Hollywood Studios). An event that will likely grow and grow. Star Wars weekends

happen in Hollywood Studios from Mid-May to Mid-June. Special meet and greets with star wars characters,Star Wars themed dining, special fireworks and a themed parade are highlights of this event. It’s truly fun and unique whether you enjoy Star Wars or not! If not, you better start enjoying it with the Star Wars presence only growing (Disney announced a Star Wars land coming to Hollywood Studios in the next few years)

5. Candlelight Processional (Epcot). This event comes with a little asterisk. While this amazing holiday experience is free to the general public, the theater it is held in is small. Disney offers dinner packages to allow you to guarantee a seat to experience the retelling of Christmas by celebrity narrators accompanied with an orchestra and choir. It’s a magical way to enjoy the holiday season. This event happens 3 times nightly (with a few exceptions). Still a very loved experience by my family! This event begins after Thanksgiving and runs through the Christmas season.

A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

Ready to enjoy one of these amazing Disney experiences? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. We can talk about the best park tickets, resorts, and package inclusions for you! The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free vacation opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!

Planning your 2016 Disney World Vacation around Special events

Disney offers many special events throughout the year Whether it’s a specially ticketed event or something free with park admission, if are looking seasonally for dates, this guide will help you choose the best time to travel to hit your favorite special event (and perhaps even more than one!

At a glance

Click the calendar below to see when special events run. Detail about each event and dates for 2016 (if scheduled) are below. Remember, until Disney releases official dates, nothing is a guarantee. Going based on historical information is helpful, but not an absolute – major events like Flower & Garden Festival, Food & Wine, and the Halloween & Christmas parties are often regular staples – generally longstanding events will continue!

2016 Disney Calendar of events

 

January

Disney Marathon – this event is officially scheduled January 6-10, 2016. Most events are sold out at the time of this post. See RunDisney.com for complete event details.

February

Disney Princess Half Marathon – this event is officially scheduled for February 18-21, 2016.Most events are sold out at the time of this post. See RunDisney.com for complete event details.

March

Epcot Flower & Garden Festival – this annual event is TBD but starts in early March (typically around the start of Spring Break season) through the middle of May. Previous years events have included over 100 toparies around both Future World and World Showcase, Outdoor Kitchens with special foods from around the world only found during this festival, Flower Power Concert Series each weekend, and HGTV stars each each weekend.

Each year, Disney does have some Easter offerings and with Easter falling in March this year, you’ll see things like a meet and greet with Mr & Mrs Easter Bunny in Magic Kingdom, Faberge eggs in Grand Floridian, and an Easter egg hunt through Epcot World Showcase.

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Epcot Flower & Garden Festival continues (see March for complete details)

May

Epcot Flower & Garden Festival ends (see March for complete details)

Star Wars Weekends – on select weekends in May and June, Hollywood Studios turns into a Star Wars fan’s dream. With special dining experiences, parades, character meet and greets, and very special Star Wars guests and cast. Each year becomes bigger and better than the last. I can’t wait to see is 2015 brings. Events are held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of each weekend. Events typically begin in mid May and run through mid June.

24 hours of Disney – The last few years, Disney has offered a 24 hour of Disney World event (which expanded to Disneyland in 2014). This typically is the kick off of summer so look somewhere before Memorial Day weekend (the last 2 years were May 24 and May 22). Magic Kingdom is open for 24 straight hours with special events, character meet and greets, parades, and more. It’s a great use of a single day of park tickets!

June

Star Wars Weekend continue (see May for full details)

Frozen Summer Fun – this event has Frozen taking over Hollywood Studios with a welcome parade with Anna, Elsa, and the gang, a special set of fireworks, and Olaf’s summer cool down. A great little addition to summer for princess lovers. No word if this event will span into 2016 as Hollywood Studios is going to through a major transition very soon.

Sounds of Summer concert series held in Epcot during the weekends of the summer months. Taking the stage are some moderate headliners from the 60s through today. A worthwhile stop for a seat during the weekends!

July

Frozen Summer Fun & Sounds of Summer concert series (see June for full details)

August

Frozen Summer Fun  (see June for full details)

September

September 1st brings around Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party! This 2 month event is held at Magic Kingdom and allows entry into the park at 4 pm. and events run until midnight. Feel free to dress up in your favorite costume and trick or treat around the park. Meet some of your favorite Disney characters and some that are only available at this event! You’ll have a separate parade and special HalloWISHES fireworks! The event is typically held 2-3 times each week and separate ticketed admission is required.

Night of Joy is another specially ticketed event that occurs on 2 consecutive nights during the first week of September at Magic Kingdom. This is a concert series with Christian Rock/Contemporary groups. It’s always well attended. Guests can buy a one or two day ticket for this special event. Check park hours for complete details!

In late September, Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival begins. This is free with Epcot admission. The event gets bigger each year but also inflates crowds each year in that park. It’s a great use of your free dining snack credits and a great opportunity to sample food from around the World as many new ethnic booths pop up each year. I could easily spend 2+ full days just enjoying the culture, food, and drink for each of these booths and still not be able to try everything!

October

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween continues through October 31st. (See September for complete details of the event) Typically the event will expand to 3-4 nights per week during the month of October.

Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival continues. (See September for complete details of the event)

The Tower of Terror 10 Miler event is hosted in Hollywood Studios. This fun run is in early in the month of October and often sells out quickly due to its popularity. It’s an evening event with an after party at Hollywood Studios. For full details and dates, visit RunDisney.com

November 

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party begins in early November. As Disney removes Halloween themed decor, they bring out the Christmas decorations! Similar to the fall event, Magic Kingdom closes early for day guests (7 pm). Guests who have purchased tickets to the Christmas Party are able to enter the park at 4 pm and have special events like a meet and greet with Santa, special characters, parades, holiday Wishes and an amazing show projected onto Cinderella’s Castle. This event is held 2-3 times each week through mid-December.Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party 2014

Epcot’s International Food & Wine Festival ends in mid-November (see September for complete details of the event)

The Wine & Dine Half Marathon is held in Epcot. This event is gaining popularity each year and ends with a party in World Showcase with food and beverages for all the competitors. See RunDisney.com for complete details and dates of the event.

Candlelight Processional is an event around holiday time in Epcot. This is a special event does not require separate admission to Epcot, however at most times of year, choosing a Candlelight Processional dinner package is your only way to get seating to this event. Many of the restaurants in Epcot World Showcase offers this dinner package and does guarantee your seating for the event. The event itself is beautiful. A large choir and 50 piece orchestra accompany a celebrity narrator who tells the story of Christmas. It’s a bit different each day. The complete schedule changes each year, so check out Disney’s web site for complete details.

The Osborne Family lights are held annually in Hollywood Studios along Hollywood Blvd. This is an absolutely gorgeous display of lights where you feel like you are transformed into a magical place surrounded by millions of lights! This is free with admission into Hollywood Studios. This is often a crowded area as there are showings of this light show each evening. If the weather is nice, it’s a great place to take a break and have a seat. It’s another event not to be missed!

December

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas parade ends in mid-December. As Christmas break crowds begin to increase, the events end. Guests are still able to see the holiday parade during normal park hours, but some of the other special events are not available. (See November for complete details for this event)

Candlelight Processional continues through the end of the year. (See November for complete details for this event)

A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

A free gift for your Disney vacation! The amazing and exciting Minnie Box! (subject to minimum vacation package)

Ready to get started planning your 2016 Disney World vacation? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free vacation opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!

 

Tips and Tricks for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party + 2015 Party dates!

Fresh off the presses! Disney releases dates for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. My favorite special event in Magic Kingdom! It gives kids of all ages an opportunity to dress up (something adults don’t get to do in the theme parks!) If you’re interested in details for the Christmas party, I’ll have those for you tomorrow!

  • September 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27
  • October 1, 2, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31
  • November 1

I would expect both October 31st and November 1st to both sell out first followed by October 29th, September 15 (1st party) and the days surrounding Columbus day weekend as crowds peaked during that time (Oct 8 – 12).

Some highlights from the 2014 party:

  • Mickey’s “Boo-to-You” Halloween Parade – including Disney Characters and the stars of the Haunted Mansion attraction. The parade begins with a spook-tacular ride by the Headless Horseman.
  • Happy HalloWishes – a spectacular fireworks show where the Disney Villains go trick-or-treating in the sky.
  • Many favorite Disney Characters and Disney Villains in special Halloween costumes.
  • Special lighting, music and theming effects transforms special areas of Magic Kingdom into happy haunted hollows.

I expect this year to have even more haunting magic! While it is a separate admission into Magic Kingdom, if you travel in fall it’s 100% worth the cost to take advantage of lower crowds and all of the fun things that ONLY happen during the party.

Tips & Tricks for Special Events in Magic Kingdom:

  • Depending on your length of stay and number of days with park tickets, you have two options for the morning and early afternoon of your special event.
    1. For longer trips or those with park hopper tickets: Take the morning off! Sleep in (you’ll rarely hear me say this on a Disney vacation, so take advantage). It’s a great opportunity for a late morning character breakfast at Chef Mickey in Contemporary or the delicious flavors of Boma in Animal Kingdom Lodge. Enjoy your resort’s pool and explore to see some of the hidden things it has to offer. Use Disney’s transportation to navigate to another resort to explore (I choose the deluxe resorts!) or head to Downtown Disney for the morning.
    2. For shorter trips with only base day tickets, you may want to take the opportunity to “park hop”. Since you do not need your daily ticket and your special event ticket, enjoy a morning in another park
  • Regardless of your morning plan, eat a large late lunch before you arrive at Magic Kingdom! While select quick service restaurants are available, you don’t want to use your precious time eating a meal you could have any other time during regular park hours. You may find yourself roaming around the park for something that’s open by the time you are hungry.
  • Skip the long character lines and enjoy some of the special live shows and open attractions. You’ll rarely ever see lines that short! If there is a must do character, don’t worry about waiting! Do what is important to your kids (if characters are more important than rides, go for it)
  • Arrive as close to 4 pm as possible. While the park may still be a bit crowded with ticketed day guests, you’ll want to use as much of your ticketed time as possible.
  • Rest up earlier in the day (make sure kids have napped appropriately). Bring a stroller for your younger ones to take a little snooze waiting for a parade or a place if they are just too tired.
  • Consider Memory Maker. It’s a great little add on to any Disney vacation, but why not grab a few holiday photos for your Christmas card or capture some lasting Halloween memories through the eyes of Disney! Even if you don’t add it on, you can still take advantage of Disney’s PhotoPass photographers throughout the park.
  • If you know you want to attend one of the parties, buy your tickets before your arrive. Advanced purchase is a bit cheaper (usually about $5) and some popular dates sell out.
  • If you are not attending the party and you have base tickets, avoid these party dates! You won’t get a fireworks show at the end of the night (unless you watch it off the Magic Kingdom grounds). If you have park hopper tickets, it’s a pretty good park to start your day with as many people do avoid Magic Kingdom on party nights!

Ready to get started planning your 2015 Disney World vacation? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free cruise opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!