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Halloween and Christmas Party Dates Announced, Tickets Available



By Dave Shute

Disney World Halloween and Christmas Party Dates from yourfirstvisit.netEarlier this week Disney World released dates and made tickets available for Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.

An overview including dates for the 2014 Halloween Party is here, and there’s a review of the 2o13 edition here. 

The dates and overview of the 2014 Christmas Party is here, and a review from 2013 is here.

I had previously published forecasts of these dates, and of the 45 or so forecast dates only one was off–there’s no Christmas Party November 17.

I saw someone post yesterday that there was the same number of Halloween parties in September as last year.  Not true–there’s three more, ten this year, seven last year.

This, I think, is part of Disney’s conjectured “Afternoon Strategy,” and will make picking the right days to go to the Magic Kingdom even more important.

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