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Old 05-24-2009, 05:11 PM   #1
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Is MNSSHP worth it for 3 Adults?

We have 3 adults going and no kids and I really want to go the halloween party but my boyfriend dosent it. Is it worth it for 3 adults to go? Also do you have to dress up? Thanks
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Old 05-24-2009, 05:27 PM   #2
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I have not been for Halloween but I know you do not have to dress. I have been to the Xmas party. They actually let you in at 4pm. That is 8 hours of park time. I do all the rides that will not be open for the party. I then walk on the rest. I like the shows and the atmosphere. I am thinking about going since it would be $25 cheaper then a day pass and less crowded.
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Old 05-24-2009, 05:48 PM   #3
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I went with a friend, we were teenagers. We didn't do the dance parties (we ate at the Stitch one though). We did the trick or treat stops, the show, the meet and greets (this year I will do Tarzan & Jane), and the parade. I had an amazing time and really got to do whatever I wanted.

I would change a few things, I would get there earlier for the parade, I would do the Alice Trail, I would skip the Jungle Cruise in favor for Splash or BTM, skip Small World, and bring food.

It was an amazing experience worth doing for anyone. If you really don't think it's your thing, maybe try Halloween Horror Nights. I know I could not go to that because I'm too chicken to watch Saw all the way through, so I know people chaseing me would give me a heart attack. But maybe that's more for your bf?
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Old 05-24-2009, 05:55 PM   #4
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My DW and I both 41 did it last year it was the highlight of our trip. If your a kid at heart you'll have a great time. We did it on a tuesday night and walk on every ride. Space Mountain we had the whole coaster to our selves. Took home 2 bags of candy. Dressin up makes the night even better.
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Old 05-24-2009, 05:57 PM   #5
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none of the parties are worth it, that is why they charge so much... so there is a lower crowd and unique things to see and do.
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Old 05-24-2009, 05:58 PM   #6
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If you really don't think it's your thing, maybe try Halloween Horror Nights. I know I could not go to that because I'm too chicken to watch Saw all the way through, so I know people chaseing me would give me a heart attack. But maybe that's more for your bf?
I took my daughters a few years back, my DD23 was 20 but she is the "scaredy cat" of the family. We laugh so much at the Bill and Ted show was hilarious. I have never laughed so hard. If you do consider heading over to US buy the express pass for that night too. So you can go through more haunted houses. The theme is more adult like. Instead of Ice cream and soda stands they are shots and beer stands. But not for everyone and I would never recommending people with young kids going (anyone under 12).
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Old 05-24-2009, 05:58 PM   #7
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I went with a friend, we were teenagers. We didn't do the dance parties (we ate at the Stitch one though). We did the trick or treat stops, the show, the meet and greets (this year I will do Tarzan & Jane), and the parade. I had an amazing time and really got to do whatever I wanted.

I would change a few things, I would get there earlier for the parade, I would do the Alice Trail, I would skip the Jungle Cruise in favor for Splash or BTM, skip Small World, and bring food.

It was an amazing experience worth doing for anyone. If you really don't think it's your thing, maybe try Halloween Horror Nights. I know I could not go to that because I'm too chicken to watch Saw all the way through, so I know people chaseing me would give me a heart attack. But maybe that's more for your bf?
Or do both! we are going this Oct for the frist time and we plan on doing both the MNSSHP and US HHN,dont like one maybe the other will be your cup of tea?
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:15 PM   #8
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What is Halloween Horror Nights? Saw is his favorite movie so I think that would be way better for him.
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horror nights are the other place... universal
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:20 PM   #10
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o we arent going to universal. I really want to do mnsshp and I think I will just go without him and he can stay at the hotel if he wants to be a party pooper. I bet his mom will go with me.
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I think you should go either way. He might get in the mod to go as it gets closer.
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What is Halloween Horror Nights? Saw is his favorite movie so I think that would be way better for him.
Its a Haunted House on steroids!! Its US pulling out all there Horror get ups and goes around scareing every one.
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:25 PM   #13
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now we do have a 15 yrold but even without her I have done MNNSHP a few times when playing Paintball at WWoS .

I think it's one of the Best Parades and Fireworks they have. The Headless Horseman alone is worth it.

We don't dress up (DD did a few years ) and have a great time. Short lines at the rides and I even ended up getting the Boo2U parade music on CD and have it as ringers and songs on my Cell.
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:36 PM   #14
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im going with DBF23, and his sister and BIL who are 26/30. im going to be 21 - and we are all dressing up, no kids and just going to have lots of haloween fun and experience the rides later and dressed up (theres just going to be something hillarious about ride photos when we're all dressed up!)

so i say if your up for just having fun and not caring if your being silly - go for it - we are planning on just embarrassing ourselves for a whole 2 weeks and i cant wait
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Old 05-24-2009, 06:49 PM   #15
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Well i have talked him into going to the party but do we need to buy the tickets ahead of time online or could we even buy them when we get there? We will be there Sept 17-Sep 23 and theres one going on a tuesday night and a friday night and we will probably go to the tuesday one but can we just buy tickets like when we get to disney or not?
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