Disney After Hours Boo Bash

“Disney After Hours Boo Bash” Now Sold Out on Halloween, October 31

Disney After Hours Boo Bash is officially sold out on October 31, Halloween night.

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The event dates above are all for After Hours Boo Bash events starting at 9:00 PM. A handful more are available beginning at 9:30 PM.

The event is Disney’s replacement for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party this year and features characters, cavalcades, and more. The event went on sale earlier this week, though guests have had significant difficulty securing their tickets. Prices range from $129 to $169, while Halloween night was $199. Tickets are still available for all other nights.

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Treat Guests With Respect
11 days ago

Wow. And These people paid $199 per ticket. Disney is greedy, but these people have no problem with it.

Jo
Jo
11 days ago

so a family of four pay 800.00 plus tax for a evening of no magic. no fireworks or halloween parade with the gravy diggers and their shovels. There are so seriously foolish people out there. To bad Americans couldn’t stand together against such tyranny.

Lou
Lou
11 days ago
Reply to  Jo

Don’t forget no character meet and greets as well. Oh, but you get unlimited ice cream and popcorn which is suppose to make up for all that you don’t get.

Mmluv
Mmluv
11 days ago
Reply to  Jo

You say there will be no magic at this event. It’s Disney, there will be magic just maybe in different forms than we’re used to. Not everyone is into fireworks and some people prefer the cavalcades to a regular parade (and I wouldn’t be surprised if the grave diggers make an appearance). To some $800 is not much money and to some it is a fortune. Some families will cut other activities from their trip (character meals or fine dining) to be able to attend. Others may choose to scrimp and save all year in order to afford it. And… Read more »