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Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

Clevedon, United...
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Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

Hi guys, the Disneyland 2018 Halloween party is now on sale. It’s £61 from 8.30pm to 2am (can access park from 5pm).

Have any of you been and is it awesome?

What are the best things to do at the party?

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1. Re: Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

Views seem to differ widely on this subject ! We've been twice but are not in any hurry to go again as we find it too crowded, with huge queues for rare characters. Other people rave about it ! If you do go, don't expect to see / do everything.

Clevedon, United...
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2. Re: Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

Thanks John!

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3. Re: Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

We enjoyed it, the parade and stage show were both very good. The queues are long so this time we will try and plan it a lot more than we did last time (ended up queueing for Nearly 2 hours for Jack Skellington! - we thought Sally was coming out too.... she didn’t).

This year, grab a bite to eat, stand in a queue for an hour before the queue opens in the hope we don’t miss a lot of the other stuff happening. There is plenty going on, and being in the parks that time of night is fun. If you’re there then it’s a shame to miss it

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4. Re: Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

Would love advice on this too. Will have a 5 yr old and 3 yr old with us and £61 each for them is a lot if they might be asleep half the time.

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5. Re: Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

@mat With kids that young I wouldn't bother. Just go during the daytime. My youngest struggled at age 7 to cope with evenings in a theme park.

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6. Re: Disneyland Paris Halloween Party. Worth £61?

It's a great night, particularly if you like meeting rarer characters and seeing parades, etc. Even better if you throw yourself into the whole dressing up thing.

But funnily enough I'd recommend against it now, given the massive price hike. It's a heck of a lot of money for 6/7 hours, especially when you factor in queue times, etc.

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