Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party Ticket Pricing by Date

Disney's Halloween Party

Tickets for the much-anticipated Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party 2024 at Magic Kingdom have officially gone on sale, revealing the detailed pricing for each date.

Earlier this month, when the dates for the party were released, it was revealed that the starting price for tickets saw a $10 hike, now beginning at a low of $119. The ceiling for ticket prices remains at $199. The cost of attendance fluctuates based on how close the date is to Halloween itself and also by what day of the week the party falls on.

Ticket Pricing by Date

Date Price
Friday, August 9 $149
Tuesday, August 13 $119
Friday, August 16 $119
Tuesday, August 20 $119
Friday, August 23 $119
Tuesday, August 27 $119
Friday, August 30 $129
Monday, Sept 2 $129
Friday, Sept 6 $129
Sunday, Sept 8 $129
Tuesday, Sept 10 $129
Friday, Sept 13 $129
Sunday, Sept 15 $129
Tuesday, Sept 17 $149
Friday, Sept 20 $149
Sunday, Sept 22 $149
Tuesday, Sept 24 $149
Thursday, Sept 26 $149
Friday, Sept 27 $149
Sunday, Sept 29 $149
Tuesday, Oct 1 $169
Thursday, Oct 3 $169
Friday, Oct 4 $189
Sunday, Oct 6 $179
Tuesday, Oct 8 $179
Thursday, Oct 10 $179
Friday, Oct 11 $189
Monday, Oct 14 $179
Tuesday, Oct 15 $179
Thursday, Oct 17 $179
Friday, Oct 18 $189
Sunday, Oct 20 $189
Monday, Oct 21 $189
Thursday, Oct 24 $189
Friday, Oct 25 $199
Sunday, Oct 27 $199
Tuesday, Oct 29 $199
Thursday, Oct 31 $199

Analyzing The Pricing

Taking a closer look at the table of dates and prices, it’s pretty clear how the pricing varies across different days and likely ties into when more people want to join in on the fun. It seems like there are some sweet spots for folks watching their wallets and others for those who are all in for the Holiday pricing, especially around Halloween night.

Least Expensive Nights

If you’re looking to stretch your dollars further, you’ll be happy to know that the most wallet-friendly nights to make a visit are priced at $119. These deals pop up mostly in August, specifically on Tuesdays and Fridays like the 13th, 16th, 20th, 23rd, and 27th. It looks like late summer is a bit of a hidden gem time to go, offering a nice break for your bank account while still getting to enjoy everything on offer.

Most Expensive Nights

On the flip side, if you’re up for splurging a bit and soaking in the full vibe, especially with any special Halloween festivities, you’ll see prices hitting the top mark at $199 towards the end of October. Peak dates include the 25th, 27th, 29th, and, of course, Halloween night itself on the 31st. It’s not hard to guess why – Halloween brings out all the stops, promising unique and unforgettable experiences.

Notably, as we march from the start of September ($129) into the heart of October, there’s a gradual climb in ticket prices, peaking right around that spooky season. It’s a classic case of supply and demand, where the seasonal timing lifts the price tag a bit.


In a nutshell, if you’re eyeing a budget-friendly outing, aim for an August adventure. And if you’re keen on experiencing the event at its most magical – complete with Halloween thrills – the end of October is your window. This little analysis just goes to show, a bit of planning can go a long way in getting the most bang for your buck or making sure you don’t miss out on the right date for your party!

Stay tuned to the DVC Shop blog for all the latest developments for Disney fans, whether that’s what’s happening in the Disney theme parks or around Disney Vacation Club resorts!

Written by

Rachel Van Norman

Contributing Writer

Rachel fell deeply in love with all things Disney as a little girl. Now as a wife and a mother herself, she shares this Disney obsession with her son and everyone around her. From her love of princesses to eating all the Disney food, Rachel spends her time radiating Disney magic and keeping everyone up to date on Disney news.

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