Disney World is offering a new ticket option that will let guests into almost every Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom this year. 

The Halloween Party Pass includes admission to every party night except Oct. 31, which has sold out in years past. 

“For these passholders, this means more of everything they love about Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party – more nights, more special attractions and entertainment, more eerie experiences, more sweets and more family fun than any trick-or-treater could possibly imagine,” Disney said in a press release. 

The passes cost $299 per adult and $284 per child. By comparison, adult prices for the individual party nights included in the pass range from a low of $79 to a high of $115. The one party not covered by the ticket, on Halloween itself, costs $135 per adult. 

In contrast, Universal Orlando’s Frequent Fear Plus Pass, which includes entry to 34 of the 41 Halloween Horror Nights events, costs $140. The Ultimate Frequent Fear Pass, which includes all 41 nights, costs $260.

Friday marks the first Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, which will continue running on select nights at the Magic Kingdom though Nov. 1. 

This year’s event will feature a new fireworks and projection show, the return of the “Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular” stage show, as well as special meet-and-greets and trick-or-treating. 

The Halloween Party Pass is the second new ticket option Disney has added this week. Earlier, it introduced Mid-Day Magic tickets which offer a reduced price in exchange for only allowing entry after 12 p.m.

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