$120 to go to the Magic Kingdom for three hours in the middle of the night and you’re shocked that the lines are short? Really?!?
We got all the rides done and met most of the characters during the extra magic hours without having to pay extra.
These used to be called “E-Ticket Nights” back in the early 2000s and were about $30 per person. They used them to train new employees on attraction operation, and some restaurants were open as well. They removed them when the extra magic hour option started, but seems they’ve found a way to make them return even more profitable.
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