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    Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    So this is the first year we have to pay for a ticket to Mickey's Christmas party in order to see the snow, fireworks and parade(s) . I see that it looks like there are a few new parades added, a glow with the show and free hot chocolate and cookie and a souvenir card also, but what gets me is the Holiday Tour also shared in some of these events. The ticket to the Mickey Party with tax is ~$66 and the ticket to the tour is $75 (can't remember if there was tax also charged)

    With a difference of say ~$13 the tour would also give you a front seat to the parade, walk on to the HM and ITSM ride, souvenir pin instead of a card, a little treat at one of the bakeries, and of course inside knowledge to Disney's Christmas history but I don't know whether you would miss any of the other events since the tour usually starts around 4pmish and finishes at the parade.

    Since the party starts at 7pm would the tour end after the parade and they would escort you out of the park? or would you need to buy both tickets and if that was the case then certainly the value of buying both where they obviously overlap would not be much of a value.

    Guess just wondering what your thoughts are on the Party vs the Tour or on anything of these two subjects.

    Here are the links if you would like more info

    Party - https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ev...kNovember50007

    Tour - https://disneyland.disney.go.com/eve...at-disneyland/
    Last edited by dictionary; 11-04-2013 at 09:07 AM. Reason: Corrected Title

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    There is no hard ticket event at Disneyland, the Christmas party is at Disney World in Orlando.

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    Christmas parties don't exist in Disneyland.
    Princess of Agrabah and Queen of Never Land

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    Quote Originally Posted by jasmineray View Post
    Christmas parties don't exist in Disneyland.
    They did if you were a cast member until recently. Boo..............


    This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    DL does not do a hard ticketed Christmas Party.....yet.
    Makes your question easy to answer...



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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    Oh man, I was about to get my feathers all ruffled thinking this was going to be at DL.

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    It makes me nervous every time someone brings this up. Thankfully we're "safe" this year from a hard ticket party, but the future might not be so bright. Especially since the rumors of this have really taken off like wildfire in the past year. I'm still hoping that Disney can see what a horrible idea it would be. DL≠WDW

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    OMG, so sorry not sure why I didn't catch that..I apologize for the jolt!

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    I for one have emailed them in hopes that many others do as well and keep doing it so that this doesn't happen here. I know wishful thinking but this is the one time of year my daughter will watch the fireworks. She is 7 yrs old but sensitive to the noise but she LOVES the snow and the music. Any other time of the year she will not watch. She asks to leave before they start or she is doing something else so she winds up inside on a ride or in a shop. I let them know this would be a MAJOR disappointment if we were to ever have to pay extra for this after all these years. I let them know how much it would take away from the magic as well for the holiday time in the parks.

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    Not having an AP currently, I'd be all for a hard ticketed Christmas event. It will be interesting to see if they follow the wishes of the AP holders or the money trail.

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    Re: Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

    I am very surprised that they didn't do a hard ticket event this year that included the Candlelight Processional. I would not be surprised to see this in the near future.

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