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Mickey's Halloween Party - Question

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  • [Question] Mickey's Halloween Party - Question

    There is probably a very obvious answer to this question, but how exactly does Disneyland completely empty the park on the night of a Halloween Party, and how do they ensure that everyone in the park has a ticket for the party?

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    If you have a ticket for the party you get a wrist band. If you are caught without it you are asked to leave. If you try to get in line for rides, you won't be able to go on without the wrist band.
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      Re: Mickey's Halloween Party - Question

      People who attend the Party get wristbands, and there are people on Main Street and at the entrances to attractions checking that everyone who comes in after park closing has a wristband...it is surprisingly effective actually.
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        Re: Mickey's Halloween Party - Question

        Great, thank you! Like I suspected, there was an obvious answer.

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