It’s that time of year again! Our favorite pumpkin-flavored treats are available once again, Halloween decorations are going on sale, and people are planning out their costume ideas.
Fall is around the corner, and so is Halloween. But in Magic Kingdom, the spooky season has already begun!
Mickey-shaped pumpkins can be found throughout the Disney Park, and on select nights, guests can attend Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.
What Costume Are You Wearing to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party?
This special event is full of Disney villain sightings, fun costumes, candy, and seasonal entertainment. There’s Disney’s Not-So-Spooky Spectacular, hosted by Jack Skellington, Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween Parade, and the Hocus Pocus Villain Spectacular.
But all of this is only available to the guests who have paid extra to visit during this special event. So, how does Disney keep track of who’s attending Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and who’s there to visit Magic Kingdom? Wristbands.
You may be wondering, will Cast Members stop you if you’re not wearing a wristband? You’re not the only one wondering about the logistics, as one anonymous guest decided to ask about what would happen if one were to stay inside Magic Kingdom Park during this special event without a wristband:
Do Not, Under Any Circumstances, Attempt This ‘Disney Hack’
Although this ‘Disney Hack’ may sound tempting, it’s an astronomically bad idea, and it’s definitely not worth the list.
Not long after the special event officially begins, Cast Members begin checking for guests who aren’t wearing wristbands, aren’t wearing costumes, and aren’t carrying around the Trick-or-Treat bags Disney hands out.
Once they spot someone who hasn’t paid extra to attend the special event, they’ll begin directing them toward the theme park’s exit. Although they’ll be polite, they won’t be taking no for an answer.
Imagine Being Banned From Walt Disney World!
Not only that, but if someone is asked to leave multiple times, they’ll be considered trespassing, and could even be banned from visiting Walt Disney World Resort altogether.
Remember, Disney has your name, address, and even fingerprints on file, so the vacation destination can and will enforce a ban once it’s been enacted.
If you’re interested in visiting Magic Kingdom’s special Halloween event, check out the official Walt Disney World website here.