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No Disney Park Passes Available on Halloween at the Magic Kingdom

Much like a grim grinning ghost at The Haunted Mansion, Disney Park Passes for Halloween at the Magic Kingdom have disappeared.

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Tickets are currently unavailable for the park on October 31st under any types, including Disney Resort guests and Annual Passholders, according to Walt Disney World’s Disney Park Pass Availability calendar.

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Currently, all other parks remain available on the day for Theme Park Tickets Guests and Disney Resort Guests. Despite the fact that Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party was cancelled this year, the Magic Kingdom is still offering plenty of Halloween fun, including special character cavalcades and the return of the Cadaver Dans. For the first time, the park is also allowing guests to wear costumes during regular operating hours.

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For Annual Passholders, only EPCOT remains available on the day.

If you couldn’t get into the Magic Kingdom, there’s no need to cry “boo”-hoo! All four parks have specialty food and beverage offerings just for Halloween, with select items available exclusively on the special day, so there’ll be Halloween magic all across Walt Disney World!

For more on Disney Park Passes, check out our latest update on availability in October, and be sure to read our step-by-step guide on how to navigate the process.