Annual Passholder Tickets Now On Sale for 2013 Disneyland Halloween Parties

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Starting yesterday (Monday, July 8) tickets are available online for Disneyland Annual Passholders for the 2013 Mickey’s Halloween Parties. Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort runs from September 13 to October 31 this year, and the popular after-hour parties in Disneyland Park have expanded to 13 nights, beginning on September 27.

Annual Passholders can visit this site starting today to order discounted advance tickets to the parties, starting at $51 (normally $67-$74 at the gate). Tickets go on sale to the general public on July 13, starting at $59; pricing varies with the event date.

Here’s a Touring Plans hint for selecting which night to go: the first Tuesday (October 1) should be the least-crowded evening to attend.

 

Seth Kubersky

Author of The Unofficial Guide to Universal Orlando. Co-author of The Unofficial Guide to Disneyland and Beyond Disney. Contributor to Unofficial Guides to WDW and Las Vegas. Live Active Cultures columnist for the Orlando Weekly. Travel and arts journalist. Theatrical director and producer.

3 thoughts on “Annual Passholder Tickets Now On Sale for 2013 Disneyland Halloween Parties

  • July 9, 2013 at 5:23 pm
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    I keep having this fantasy that, one of these days, they’ll actually offer us a real discounts for passholders on these events. Apparently, this year is not that year.

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  • August 23, 2013 at 11:34 am
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    Greetings! This event is a bit confusing I humbly admit. My wife, daughter, and myself just purchased premium season passes (not to brag, just qualifying my question). I am confused about the Mickeys Halloween Party event as it relates to someone who’d rather not go, but still enjoy the park. Can someone explain the mechanics of this “party,” meaning, does the the park excuse non-party ticket holders for the rest of the evening, or is the party agnostic to regular park guests who can continue to enjoy the park without the added cost? Thank you much in advance.

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