How to Get a Halloween Party Ticket Refund?

in Events, Parties, Walt Disney World

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Yesterday, Inside the Magic reported that Walt Disney World made the difficult decision to cancel all of the dates for the 2020 Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party — a popular fall event that takes place every year at Magic Kingdom.

Disney released this statement:

Many hallmarks of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party—like stage shows, parades and fireworks—cannot take place in this new, unprecedented environment. With that in mind, we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. If you already bought tickets, we will reach out to you in the coming weeks to assist with refunds.

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Credit: Disney

For those of you who have been wondering on how to get a refund if you previously bought a ticket, Inside the Magic decided to chat with Disney Guest Services has they have released the following information to us regarding refunds:

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party tickets should be refunded to the original method of payment.

If you paid with a gift card, funds will return to the original card, otherwise Disney will issues a new Disney digital gift card. 

If you paid with cash, Disney will issue a Disney digital gift card.

If you did not book through Disney World directly, make sure to contact your Travel Agent for further assistance.

Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party
Credit: Disney

More Information On Disney Parks Reopening

Remember that when Disney World reopens to guests next month, things at the theme park will look a lot different. Social distancing measures will be put in place, excessive cleanliness, encouragement of mobile orders, plexiglass, the elimination of character meet and greets, parades, fireworks and other similar entertainment that draws a crowd, and much more.

Related: How to Enjoy Disney Without Character Meet and Greets, Fireworks, or Parades

Another fall season event includes the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival in which Disney has announced a modification to the popular event including a longer festival! You can read more about that here. 

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party –a yearly winter season event — is now also being closely monitored.

Do you have an upcoming Disney World vacation? Let us know when you plan on visiting in the comments below. 

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