More Dates Sold Out for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

It was only yesterday that the first night of the return of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party sold out, and now more dates in August are unavailable as the Walt Disney World event inches closer.

Not So Scary event sellouts

Naturally, Halloween Night was the first date to sell out. Nearly a month later, August 16th was the next date to reach capacity. Now, two more Friday events—August 19 and September 2—are unavailable for purchase.

Update: August 23 has sold out shortly after this article was published.

These dates earlier in the event cost less than those in October, priced as much as $70 less for a Friday event night. Guests hoping to take part in Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party on a less-expensive event night should make their purchase soon, as the sellouts are likely to continue at a rapid pace.

Not So Scary event tickets October

October, on the other hand, currently has wide-open ticket availability prior to Halloween Night.

Have you already purchased your ticket for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party? If so, which night are you going? Let us know in the comments!

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3 thoughts on “More Dates Sold Out for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party”

  1. Its more than a day at mk thats nuts. I hate to say it but all other halloween events though adults only will have more kids and families and those drunk fools need to be ok w it bc of this craziness but its not as crazy as xmas. Though you could be worse its not us here at hershey that are pulling both events.

  2. Does Disney ever release more as it gets closer? We attended the last MNSSHP just before Covid and got a previously sold out date. I don’t imagine it being a cancellation when tickets are non-refundable as far as I can tell. Thanks!

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