It has been quite the week of Disney news in large part to the opening sales for this year’s Boo Bash. Find out which date is now officially sold out for this new event.
Boo Bash Dates Announced
In May, we were sad to hear that Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party would not be returning this year. This sad news also came with a silver lining. Disney announced that they would be hosting a “Boo Bash.”
From Disney: “Disney After Hours BOO BASH” will take place on select nights Aug. 10 – Oct. 31, from 9 p.m. to midnight. Tickets were announced to go on sale in June, with an early purchase window available to guests of select Walt Disney World Resort hotels.
You can find a complete listing of dates HERE. Many have questioned how much the tickets for this event may cost since it will have a more limited entertainment offering. Get your Disney bucks ready because tickets for “Boo Bash” will be $129-$139 (plus tax) for nights in August and September. Party nights in October will be $159-$169 with Halloween night costing $199 (plus tax).
Boo Bash Ticket Frustration
For the general public, tickets for this fun event will go on sale June 15th and can be purchased online or by calling 407-939-4240.
Disney Resort Guests were able to purchase their “Boo Bash” tickets a little earlier on June 8th. This week, many Disney Resort Guests were quite frustrated when having to call for their Boo Bash tickets.
They were met with extended wait times and Disney technical difficulties. Find out more about this frustrated reservation system HERE.
Is It Sold Out?
Many Guests were a bit shocked that Boo Bash tickets for Halloween night would be $199 (plus tax). Disney Guests were ready to fork over their money to attend this event. Earlier we shared that Boo Bash tickets for Halloween Night were no longer available.
Later we learned that Boo Bash tickets were still available for Halloween. Now the Walt Disney World website officially states that Halloween Night is Sold Out for Boo Bash.
At this time, it is unknown if more tickets will be available or if there is a limited number held for off-site guests when they are able to purchase tickets on June 15th.
Now the Walt Disney World website officially states that Halloween Night is Sold
What do you thin of tickets already sold out for this event? Did you endure the frustration of trying to call for tickets earlier in the week? Do you think more tickets may be available for off-site Guests? Share your thoughts with us on our Facebook Page.