This is heartbreaking to hear…
Every Halloween, Disney California Adventure Park, part of the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, is transformed into a frightful wonderland during the Oogie Boogie Bash. This special ticketed event offers Disney Park Guests a unique and immersive experience filled with spooky entertainment, exclusive characters, and unforgettable memories. Named after the Disney villain from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Oogie Boogie, this event is a must for Halloween enthusiasts and Disney fans alike.
Unfortunately, it seems that there is a threat to this event much worse than a spooky Disney villain. Reports of ticket scammers have already begun to make waves through the Disney community.
Halloween Event Tickets Cause Chaos
The Oogie Boogie Bash is held on select nights throughout the Halloween season, offering Guests a chance to celebrate in a spellbinding atmosphere. Guests can even dress up in a Halloween Costume! From the moment you enter the Park, you’ll be immersed in the spine-chilling ambiance, complete with stunning decorations, eerie music, and costumed Halloween-time Disney characters around every corner.
Tickets for this Disneyland Halloween Party are highly coveted, and fans are prepared to wait all day long in order to secure their tickets. Unfortunately, there were some major technical issues on Disneyland Resort’s website that caused the General sale of Oogie Boogie Bash tickets to be shut down and postponed until July 11, 2023.
Many fans are feeling insecure that they won’t be able to secure their tickets, which is why scammers have taken advantage of this opportunity.
PSA on Disney Ticket Scammers
It is being reported that there is a scam happening in Oogie Boogie Bash groups on FaceBook. According to victims, scammers are becoming admins for these groups and posting about selling tickets that were purchased for the wrong dates. Once a victim has paid for the tickets, they will be blocked from the group and given no refund.
Unfortunately, there are some evil people who wish to take advantage of the kindhearted people in the Disney community. Remember, it is always safer to buy tickets from Disney directly.