Disney World's not-so-scary Halloween party is back – with tickets from £84pp | The Sun

DISNEY World's Halloween event for little ones is back – and tickets start from £84 per person.

The deal with AttractionTickets.com includes late park admission, a "not-so-scary" event for children and freebies.

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The Halloween celebrations at Magic Kingdom Park will begin on August 12 and will be on selected nights until October 31.

Tickets are available from £84pp for children under ten, while older children over ten and adults' tickets cost from £92pp.

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Little Disney lovers will be able to attend Mickey's "Boo-To-You" parade, the Hocus Pocus' "Villain Spell-tacular" stage show and a firework show.

During the parade, visitors will spot their favourite Disney characters dressed in their best Halloween costumes.

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Sweets and snacks will also be available for all trick-or-treaters attending the Halloween celebrations.

During the not-so-scary party, visitors can enjoy popular Magic Kingdom Park rides from 4pm.

Some of the best rides include Space Mountain, Mad Tea Party and Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin.

Guests with booking over £500 will also receive some freebies, including an "Orlando VIP Shop & Dine 4 Less" gold card and a "Dollar Off Drinks" card.

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These cards offer up to 25 per cent off food and drinks at more than 130 restaurants in Orlando.

Holidaymakers spending more than £500 will also receive a free Covid cancellation cover with refund protection.

The prices include admission to the event only, so travel and accommodation will have to be arranged separately.

Disney World is also celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, so there's no better time to visit.

Guests will be able to see Mickey and Minnie in new outfits with EARidescent fabric and enjoy a number of limited-edition merchandise, food and activities.

It is worth noting that the tickets are only valid for admission to the Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park, so any other park tickets will have to be booked separately.

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We've also found 14-day Disney park tickets for the price of 7.

For theme park holidays closer to home, families can get a free extra day at Legoland this summer with overnight stays, from £47pp, while Alton Towers has overnight stays from £22pp this year.

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