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  1. Amanda S
    April 29, 2016

    I noticed the email says pass holders can buy 4 $75 tickets. Can a passholder bring someone else who doesn’t have a pass using one of these tickets?

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    • Dave
      April 30, 2016

      Yes, Amanda!

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      • Amanda S
        May 1, 2016

        Thx for the response! I’m wondering if the passholder could pick them up and give them to someone who didn’t have a pass? Or would they have to be present when their guests entered the park?

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      • Dave
        May 2, 2016

        Amanda, I’m not sure.

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  2. Steve From MilitaryDisneyTips.com – YourFirstVisit.net Military Moderator
    April 29, 2016

    WDW first introduced these paid after hours nights around 2000 and at the time called them E Nights, as in E Tickets. Although they were priced much more palatably at $20 per person. They only lasted a couple of years though.

    My family did 2 E Nights on our summer 2000 trip and the experience was very similar to yours Dave.

    Nice they them have brought them back, at least for the short term, but sad they are so expensive!

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  3. Kathleen
    April 28, 2016

    Thanks for the review Dave,
    are any places to eat, like quick service, open during the after hours?

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    • Dave
      April 29, 2016

      Kathleen, Casey’s Corner and the Bakery are open. Free ice cream and pop/water is also available from many carts.

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  4. Julia
    April 27, 2016

    Dave,
    The DisneyWorld site says you can enter as early as 7PM. Were you allowed in early as a blogger, or did they change the hours?

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    • Dave
      April 28, 2016

      Oh Julia they have no idea who I am, nor do they care. Just like the Halloween and Xmas parties, while the posted start is 7p, they have been letting people in beginning at 4p. This is always subject to change, but I doubt it will.

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  5. KE
    April 27, 2016

    Was waiting to see your entire post/review. We’re headed in June with the kiddos so this is a no go (even if it were to become available), but it would be a great way to get an MK day in when we come for a quick visit in November for our anniversary…Definitely something to think about if they keep this around…:)

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  6. Kelly B – Destinations In Florida
    April 27, 2016

    Wow – While I\’m a morning person, this might be totally worth the money. But then again, I\’m a people person, and I love to watch the other guests. To see them spot a character for the first time, or watch a parent and child interact. Thanks for all the pictures.

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    • Dave
      April 28, 2016

      You get to see other guests for hours if you come at 4p…Honestly, by the time Wishes is over, I’m glad to see them all leave LOL.

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