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  • [Question] Not so Scary and Christmas Tickets

    Quick question. I heard last year that if you had these special event tickets that you were able to enter the park at 4pm and stay after 7pm when you got a wristband and obviously for the rest of the party. Is it true that you could go in at 4pm and start your MK day? and if so is that true for this year as well?

    Imagination is just the start


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    Re: Not so Scary and Christmas Tickets

    That's how it's been for years . They even did that when they had the Pirate & Princess parties. So I'm sure that will be the case this year too. You can always call WDW directly and ask them to be sure.

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      Re: Not so Scary and Christmas Tickets

      You know i didnt even think of calling haha thanks for that one, and thanks for the answer!!!

      Imagination is just the start

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        Re: Not so Scary and Christmas Tickets

        LOL! The most obvious thing is usually the last one thinks of.

        I'm actually thinking of going to the Halloween party this year as I've never been. I don't normally dress up, but I'm trying to think of costumes for my Duffy & Shellie May so they can have some fun.

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