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Old 10-21-2019, 01:16 PM
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Has any one gone to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party? We have been to Disney World many times, just not to this Party.
We are planning on going this December. My daughter's last day of school (University of Tampa) is December 11 for Christmas Break, and we plan on flying down there and just go to the Party on the December 12.
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Wow, we will be there in the Magic Kingdom on that exact day. We do not have tickets for that event but we do have a dinner reservation deep inside the park for 6:00. The park officially closes at 6:00 that evening and reopens at 7:00 for the party, so I imagine Disney tries to clear everyone out in the meantime.

Since our dinner probably will not be over until after 7:00 when the Mickey's Very Merry Christmas party crowds are filtering into the park, I wonder how they would know that we're not part of it all? Maybe lighted orange wristbands or something. Anyway, I believe the party special admission is $125 but I guess we'll get to sample it as we slowly head for the monorail and see some of the festivities along the way.

We're spending a week there and I'm most looking forward to the new Star Wars Galaxy's Edge.
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The last time we were at Disney was for my daughter's 18th birthday 2 years ago. They did not have Galaxy's Edge or Toy Story Land then.

There are wristbands for the Party, and guests with just the Party ticket can enter the park at 4:00. At least everything I've seen and read said this is possible. So that's when we will try and enter the MK.

From the videos I've been watching, any one that has dining reservations around that time during the Party will be "kindly" escorted out after their meal.

My daughter is a Disney Fanatic and doesn't know we are planning this. Just need a good excuse as to why we are flying down there and not just flying her home.
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Personally not a big fan of the "pay for play" events there, we usually make plans around those and hit other parks on those nights. Galaxy's Edge is pretty cool. They did a really good job on the immersion. It's going to be crowded that week since Rise of the Resistance opens right before, and they are hyping that ride up.
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Yes, Rise of the Resistance opens Dec. 5. We mainly decided to visit WDW in early December because they all say that the least crowded times are the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. We did this once before and for a ride like Tower of Terror, which can have lines of 60 minutes or more, we had to wait maybe 5 minutes between the half dozen or so times we rode it. Many of the other attractions throughout the parks had no lines and we just walked up and got right on.

I figured the newest attraction opening in Galaxy's Edge has something to do with hard to get room reservations, FastPass times all taken for various times and days, etc. I called and asked a reservations person if Disney was having some special event that week and she said no, so it must be the Star Wars thing that is bringing in an unusually high number of people during that time.

Besides the Galaxy's Edge, another highlight that I'm looking forward to is dinner at Victoria and Albert's the evening when we arrive. That reservation is HARD to get but I got lucky with a cancellation one night. I've never paid anywhere close to that much for a dinner (Google reviews say dinner for 2 can run over $1,000) but everyone says it is worth the experience.
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I haven't attended the Christmas celebration but we have enjoyed the Not So Scary Halloween Celebration and it was run well in typical Disney fashion. Matter of fact we leave Thursday morning to celebrate Halloween in Disney yet again. We will be there for a couple weeks. We rent a home in Kissimmee and spend about 6 days in Disney and a couple over in the Universal parks. My daughter is 5 and this will be her seventh trip down there. I hope we are still enjoying the parks when she is 18!
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Yes, Rise of the Resistance opens Dec. 5. We mainly decided to visit WDW in early December because they all say that the least crowded times are the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas. We did this once before and for a ride like Tower of Terror, which can have lines of 60 minutes or more, we had to wait maybe 5 minutes between the half dozen or so times we rode it. Many of the other attractions throughout the parks had no lines and we just walked up and got right on.

I figured the newest attraction opening in Galaxy's Edge has something to do with hard to get room reservations, FastPass times all taken for various times and days, etc. I called and asked a reservations person if Disney was having some special event that week and she said no, so it must be the Star Wars thing that is bringing in an unusually high number of people during that time.

Besides the Galaxy's Edge, another highlight that I'm looking forward to is dinner at Victoria and Albert's the evening when we arrive. That reservation is HARD to get but I got lucky with a cancellation one night. I've never paid anywhere close to that much for a dinner (Google reviews say dinner for 2 can run over $1,000) but everyone says it is worth the experience.

And I thought eating in the Castle for my daughter's 18th birthday was expensive. I looked Victoria & Albert's up on Disney's web site. They said over $60 per adult.
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I haven't attended the Christmas celebration but we have enjoyed the Not So Scary Halloween Celebration and it was run well in typical Disney fashion. Matter of fact we leave Thursday morning to celebrate Halloween in Disney yet again. We will be there for a couple weeks. We rent a home in Kissimmee and spend about 6 days in Disney and a couple over in the Universal parks. My daughter is 5 and this will be her seventh trip down there. I hope we are still enjoying the parks when she is 18!
I remember our first trip to Disney. My daughter was 4, and everything was REAL. She doesn't really remember much.
My daughter would rather go to Disney then any other place. I kind of thought she would try to get a job there when she graduates college. But she is leaning towards working in a children's hospital. There goes free admission.
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And I thought eating in the Castle for my daughter's 18th birthday was expensive. I looked Victoria & Albert's up on Disney's web site. They said over $60 per adult.
https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/di...a-and-alberts/
Yes, it's WAY over $60 per adult. I read one review that said their dinner for two was $1,200 with the wine pairing. Perhaps they left big tips for the servers and harpist. A quick Google search says that for the 10-course dinner with wine pairing it can run $340-$385 per person, not including tax and gratuity.

Another thing we've never done on any previous visit and I've always wondered about is the Backstage Magic tour. It's a 7-hour tour that explores the tunnels under the Magic Kingdom, among other things. We have tickets for that one this time.
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Yes, it's WAY over $60 per adult. I read one review that said their dinner for two was $1,200 with the wine pairing. Perhaps they left big tips for the servers and harpist. A quick Google search says that for the 10-course dinner with wine pairing it can run $340-$385 per person, not including tax and gratuity.

Another thing we've never done on any previous visit and I've always wondered about is the Backstage Magic tour. It's a 7-hour tour that explores the tunnels under the Magic Kingdom among other things. We have tickets for that one this time.
WOW! 10 course meal. I could not do it.

The Back Stage Tour seems like it would be very interesting.

Seems like you like Disney a lot too. Are you familiar with this forum;

https://www.easywdw.com/forums/

It has a lot of useful information. It's the one I've used a lot to help planning our trips.
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WOW! 10 course meal. I could not do it.

The Back Stage Tour seems like it would be very interesting.

Seems like you like Disney a lot too. Are you familiar with this forum;

https://www.easywdw.com/forums/

It has a lot of useful information. It's the one I've used a lot to help planning our trips.
I hadn't heard about it but I just clicked on it and it looks interesting - thanks. See you on Dec. 12. We will be the ones in Adventureland without the MVMCP wristbands.
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The Xmas party used to be a good deal. There was a lot of unique character meet and greets, Hot cocoa and cookies, low lines, exclusive free picture, special xmas party only shows and they ran the parade twice so you had a chance to see it at your convenience. You could also get into MK at 4pm with your MVMCP wristband which means you could do, say Animal Kingdom in the morning and not burn a ticket to MK/ If you have a park hopper, that advantage obviously goes away.

It also used to be inexpensive, less than $50.

I used to be a cast member so my tickets were even cheaper so it actually was a great deal for what you got.

Now, they have raised the price to somewhere around $90, cut back on the entertainment (there is still some but not what there used to be), eliminated the photo, less meet and greets and the crowds have grown. You still get the cocoa and cookies, early entry into MK and some characters, I think you still get 2 parades though.

Backstage Magic is a decent tour. So is Keys to the Kingdom. I did both before I became a CM.
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For 4 of us to go to the Party costs $464 and change. A little steep, but I'm looking forward to it. My daughter does not know yet. Not going to tell her until we pick her up at the University.
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If you're flying to Orlando and renting a car and will be driving on the Florida toll roads, go to the website below and you can save a lot of money on tolls and transponder fees that the car rental companies overcharge you for.

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If you're flying to Orlando and renting a car and will be driving on the Florida toll roads, go to the website below and you can save a lot of money on tolls and transponder fees that the car rental companies overcharge you for.

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Have you used this before? Looks like a good deal.
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Have you used this before? Looks like a good deal.
I was a bit skeptical when I first heard about it but after much Google research it seems like a great service, according to people who have used it. I have a reservation for one when we arrive at the MCO airport in December. The pilot program was initially set to end in August of this year but I guess since people liked it so much they decided to extend it into next year.
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Also, if you will be flying on Delta with a layover in Atlanta for several hours I can provide details on how to get access to their exclusive Delta Sky Club lounge for a low price. Normally, a one-day pass for two people would cost nearly $60 but I got it down to $4 each for our 2:12 layover on our way to see Mickey Mouse.
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Also, if you will be flying on Delta with a layover in Atlanta for several hours I can provide details on how to get access to their exclusive Delta Sky Club lounge for a low price. Normally, a one-day pass for two people would cost nearly $60 but I got it down to $4 each for our 2:12 layover on our way to see Mickey Mouse.
Wow! that's a great deal. The only layover that I've seen for flights going through Atlanta is only 37 minutes. No way long enough to even consider that flight. Knowing my luck, we would land at one terminal, and have to travel to a different one, or our flight would be delayed leaving Grand Rapids.
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Wow! that's a great deal. The only layover that I've seen for flights going through Atlanta is only 37 minutes. No way long enough to even consider that flight. Knowing my luck, we would land at one terminal, and have to travel to a different one, or our flight would be delayed leaving Grand Rapids.
Yes, I wouldn't risk a 37 minute layover, even in the summer. That's cutting it way too close. Remember, in December it might not be bad weather wherever your connecting flight is at but bad weather delays around other parts of the country could mess up the entire system. That's the main reason I chose a flight with a 2:12 layover to hopefully account for any such occurrence. The Sky Club thing is just a bonus and hopefully everything will run on time and we get to try it out.

Are you flying straight to Orlando? There are Delta Sky Club locations all over the US and the $4 access trick should work for any of them. There's also one at the MCO in Orlando.
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Yes, I wouldn't risk a 37 minute layover, even in the summer. That's cutting it way too close. Remember, in December it might not be bad weather wherever your connecting flight is at but bad weather delays around other parts of the country could mess up the entire system. That's the main reason I chose a flight with a 2:12 layover to hopefully account for any such occurrence. The Sky Club thing is just a bonus and hopefully everything will run on time and we get to try it out.

Are you flying straight to Orlando? There are Delta Sky Club locations all over the US and the $4 access trick should work for any of them. There's also one at the MCO in Orlando.
In May when we flew down to Tampa to drop our daughter off at college, we had a 3.5 hour lay over in Atlanta. We went all over that airport. It was kind of fun.

I have not booked our flights yet. Waiting to see if my daughter's boyfriend can get the time off.

Are you staying on Disney property?
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In May when we flew down to Tampa to drop our daughter off at college, we had a 3.5 hour lay over in Atlanta. We went all over that airport. It was kind of fun.

I have not booked our flights yet. Waiting to see if my daughter's boyfriend can get the time off.

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Yes, she wanted to stay at the Animal Kingdom Lodge with a savannah view of the giraffes looking in our window.

I hope things will not be as crowded as they indicate they might be, judging by some difficult to get dinner reservations and other things. We have 6 days of Park Hopper passes but I would have liked to do some other things like the Segway tour through Fort Wilderness that I learned about after I had already made other plans.

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Yes, she wanted to stay at the Animal Kingdom Lodge with a savannah view of the giraffes looking in our window.

I hope things will not be as crowded as they indicate they might be, judging by some difficult to get dinner reservations and other things. We have 6 days of Park Hopper passes but I would have liked to do some other things like the Segway tour through Fort Wilderness that I learned about after I had already made other plans.

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We are only going to MVMCP this time.

But when we go to Disney, we always stay at a Disney Resort. We have stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge before. We checked in about 0230, looked out the balcony and there were 5 giraffes standing there around a "people pen". We were on the fourth floor.
Most of the time we stay at POP Century. From the time we get up in the morning until the parks close, we are in the parks. So paying the extra for Deluxe just doesn't seem worth it to me.
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We actually just got back last week from Disney. We have done the Christmas party before it was nice and we were glad we did it but I donít feel the need to do it again.

Toy story land and the new Star Wars section was pretty impressive they did a nice job.

We usually go in December to but went earlier this year since they expect big crowds in December.


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My understanding is that we can booked Fast Pass+ with the Christmas Party tickets from about 3:30 to 6:00. I will know for sure today because it's 30 days from today.
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Did anyone say why they expect big crowds this December? We will be there from Dec. 8-15. We chose that time partially because the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas have traditionally been one of the least crowded times at Disney. Judging by my recent FastPass reservations, etc., that doesn't seem to be the case this year.
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Did anyone say why they expect big crowds this December? We will be there from Dec. 8-15. We chose that time partially because the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas have traditionally been one of the least crowded times at Disney. Judging by my recent FastPass reservations, etc., that doesn't seem to be the case this year.


They are just guessing with the new Star Wars movie and ride opening In December that a bunch of people are gonna go. Donít know if itís true. We absolutely love going in December so youíll have to let me know what you think of the crowds.


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My understanding is that we can booked Fast Pass+ with the Christmas Party tickets from about 3:30 to 6:00. I will know for sure today because it's 30 days from today.


They gave two fast passes for the Halloween party. Not sure what they will do for the Christmas one. Since thatís all you are doing I think youíll have a lot of fun! Enjoy!


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They gave two fast passes for the Halloween party. Not sure what they will do for the Christmas one. Since thatís all you are doing I think youíll have a lot of fun! Enjoy!


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Yesterday was 30 days to our Christmas Party date. At 7:00 am I was aloud to make 3 FP+. The first one I did was for Space Mountain at 3:20-4:20 pm. I did this time because everything I've read and seen says we will be let into the park at 4:00 pm. That also lets me make 2 more before the park "closes" at 6:00 pm.
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I don't think it will let you overlap FastPass times, at least that was the case when I was making reservations the other week. Plus, it will only let you choose one FastPass+ Tier 1 attraction of the three total that you can make at one time until it has been used.

The company I work for sponsors one of the attractions and I found out that I can get special perks there. It is a FastPass+ Tier 1 but I can get as many of those as I want after we arrive and I show them my ID. Plus, we get access to the employee lounge upstairs. I'm looking forward to seeing what that's all about.
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I don't think it will let you overlap FastPass times, at least that was the case when I was making reservations the other week. Plus, it will only let you choose one FastPass+ Tier 1 attraction of the three total that you can make at one time until it has been used.

The company I work for sponsors one of the attractions and I found out that I can get special perks there. It is a FastPass+ Tier 1 but I can get as many of those as I want after we arrive and I show them my ID. Plus, we get access to the employee lounge upstairs. I'm looking forward to seeing what that's all about.


Never heard any of this before. Sounds awesome. Give us the scoop when you come back. Sounds like a nice perk.


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