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  • If you are attending Disneyland on one of the Halloween party days . do you have to leave the park once that starts if you have not purchased a ticket for that? Do you get any special perks around that time for being a annual passholder?
  • - Asked by Vanessa from California on 9/28/2013
  • Hi there Vanessa,

    Mickey's Halloween Party at Disneyland is an event my family looks forward to all year long.  There's just something super cool about trick or treating in the park and it's always fun to see the characters out and about in their silly costumes!  I almost forgot to mention the special parade and amazing Halloween Screams fireworks that light up the skies over Sleeping Beauty Castle!

    Mickey's Halloween Party is a hard ticket event and officially begins after the park closes to regular guests.  If you are not a ticketed party guest, you will be required to exit the park at regular closing time as only those wearing party armbands will be allowed to remain in the park.

    Fall is usually a great time for Annual Passholders to take advantage of special seasonal or promotional deals that may be available in addition to the everyday dining and merchandise discounts offered.  To see if any current promotions align with your specific travel dates, be sure to check out the Annual Passholder Offers page of the Disneyland website!

    Best Wishes, Vanessa!

    -Amanda F.
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