Disney After Hours BOO BASH

JohnD

Well-Known Member

More dates sold out and more dates are added for Disney After Hours Boo Bash at Magic Kingdom as general sales begin​


Well, I was thinking about going October 5 but was beginning to second guess this morning before tickets go on sale. (My 50th anniversary plans have me staying off-site at Marriot Springhill Suites Flamingo Island). Looks like resort guests made the decision for me. Oh well. Additional money saved.
 

JohnD

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As a non-resort guest, I'm blocked out on 10/5 (sold out), so as your reader advocate, when you go to the Boo Bash page and click on "Purchase tickets", you're re-directed to the standard COVID policies page. Clicking "Special Event Tickets" doesn't work any better. Is the only option calling to purchase? What's the point of the "Purchase tickets" button if you can't purchase tickets after you click it?

EDIT: If you haven't already try clearing your cache/history.
 
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DCBaker

Premium Member
Original Poster
As a non-resort guest, I'm blocked out on 10/5 (sold out), so as your reader advocate, when you go to the Boo Bash page and click on "Purchase tickets", you're re-directed to the standard COVID policies page. Clicking "Special Event Tickets" doesn't work any better. Is the only option calling to purchase? What's the point of the "Purchase tickets" button if you can't purchase tickets after you click it?

I see what you mean - on a computer it loads correctly, but trying to purchase on a phone from the website it does go to the COVID-19 page. See below!
 
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Hockey427

Member
New ad on Twitter says select dates August 8 through October 31, tickets not yet on sale for the 8th though. Attached blog post still mentions the 10th as the first date so perhaps it’s a typo.
 

draybook

Well-Known Member
Got ours for September 5th and 7th. So glad they added the 5th, because we were going to go on the 7th and 10th. However, we prefer Sundays to Fridays, so that worked out well. See you guys there!
 

havoc315

Well-Known Member
I suspect most nights will sell out. I’ve had it confirmed...again...that capacity is rather low.

With the speed at which it is selling out, it "feels" like capacity is even lower than regular DAH events. While I understand demand is very strong, what percentage of late summer/fall guests are already aware of these events + rushing to the phone lines before today and/or rushing to spend $150 per person online first thing in the morning now?

As of now, I already see 5 dates sold out.
The last 2 dates -- Halloween and Halloween weekend, so makes sense. And 3 of the 4 earliest October dates: I'm guessing, residual guests who are showing up for the 50th Anniversary.
 

flynnibus

Premium Member
With the speed at which it is selling out, it "feels" like capacity is even lower than regular DAH events. While I understand demand is very strong, what percentage of late summer/fall guests are already aware of these events + rushing to the phone lines before today and/or rushing to spend $150 per person online first thing in the morning now?

As of now, I already see 5 dates sold out.
The last 2 dates -- Halloween and Halloween weekend, so makes sense. And 3 of the 4 earliest October dates: I'm guessing, residual guests who are showing up for the 50th Anniversary.

Unlike prior DAH events that kind of showed up in Disney news unexpected... Halloween parties have a built in audience that KNOWS they buy tickets ahead of their trip, and should already be in the mode of planning their seasonal trip.
 

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