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Discussion in 'WDW Trip Planning' started by NTI2002, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. NTI2002

    NTI2002 New Member

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    My girlfriend and I are going to the halloween party for te first time this year! Any tips? what should we expect. what's open etc...?
  2. fizzle75

    fizzle75 New Member

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    My wife and I will be at WDW from September 27th-October 6th and we will be going to MNSSHP for the first time on the 5th, when will you be there?:wave:
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    natalia1681 New Member

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    Make sure you watch the parade and fireworks! Especially the parade. It was so wonderful. Are you going to be dressing up for the occasion? We loved the trick or treating. Most of the rides were open, from what I remember. I hope that you have a great time!
  4. MissM

    MissM Well-Known Member

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    Dress up. Trick-or-Treat. Get your photo taken with the characters in costume. Watch the parade (second one is less crowded) and fireworks. Try to experience all the fun stuff that's party-unique since the normal rides and such can be enjoyed anytime. (I don't mean don't ride any rides, I just mean to make sure you enjoy the specific events you can only do during the party.) Did I mention dress up? It's so much fun.

    Have a great time!
    -m
  5. kennyj29

    kennyj29 New Member

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    We had a blast last year at the party. My husband is 57 years old and we could never find him. He was trick or treating by himself and having such a good time. Everytime we would lose him, we would look around at the candy stops and there he would be. He had such an awesome time, I will never forget it! Can't wait to go back this year again. By the way, the tip about watching the fireworks and parade, are right on!!! Don't miss them!
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    joel_maxwell Permanent Resident of EPCOT

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    this is the first time i am going to attend as well (spet 30th). im looking forward to it and now debating on a costume since the family ill be visiting with a little that night is going to be in full gear. hmmmmm, what to do that wont through an airline security carry on luggage off too bad.
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    hakunamatata churro vigilante Premium Member

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    We are going for the first time as well during our trip in October. Do they hand out trick or treat bags, or do we need to bring them? The kids are definately dressing up.
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    LeeLee D New Member

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    Me too!:wave:

    I am going to wear my Tigger ears and maybe some face paint. I also have and Aubie the Auburn Tiger tail that I can wear with my pony tail.

    Minimal costume, but comfortable!
  9. Kristamouse

    Kristamouse Well-Known Member

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    They give you plastic bags with handles about the size of a small shopping bag; think small Bath and Body Works or small Baby Gap bag. They will get full with candy. We hit all of the Trick or Treating spots last and the CM were dumping out candy to us some even gave us filled bags. We brought our kids bags from home, they were a pain. We are attending on the 21st and will use the disney bags. Also there are cute mouse ear shaped pumpkins for sale.
    Have fun, we loved it. We did a lot of attractions we don't do because the waits were so short. We are also going to do WAY more pictures this year.

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