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Old 06-02-2010, 09:35 PM   #661
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I have calmed a bit since last night and feel better about the whole party ;-)
We had planned to take one day off from disney on our trip and I will make it the tuesday. We are going to try and buy tickets to the party for the friday. Problem solved. Where do you buy the tickets on friday do you need a special link? Will they be on sale forever for ap holders or just for a limited time starting friday?

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Somewhere buried in this thread were some pictures of Halloween goodies.

Where will I find pumpkin muffins? Cupcakes? (saw the ones at the plaza, anywere else?) Basically, if I'm in the mood for pumpkin flavored goodies, where should I go?
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Main Street Lots of shops there with the pumpkin deliciousness
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Somewhere buried in this thread were some pictures of Halloween goodies.

Where will I find pumpkin muffins? Cupcakes? (saw the ones at the plaza, anywere else?) Basically, if I'm in the mood for pumpkin flavored goodies, where should I go?
The pumpkin raisin muffins (with the Mickey sugar pumpkin stuck in the top) are sold at Blue Ribbon Bakery and any place that sells baked goods in DLR.

The cupcakes - well, I saw some pumpkin cupcakes sold at Marceline's Confectionery in DTD. But I think that the picture of the cupcakes (buried in this thread somewhere) is from a different shop in DLR. Possibly Pooh Corner (which has been known to have cupcakes)? But check Marceline's if you can't find the cupcakes anywhere else.

You will also find pumpkin fudge at Marceline's, as well as any of the other candy shops in DLR, such as Candy Palace on Main Street and the candy place in DCA.

The pumpkin-shaped cookies can be found at any of the baked goods places.

The pumpkin-shaped bread we saw in DCA, at the place where they give you the free sourdough samples - is that the Boudin Bakery? I think it is (I blanked out on the name).

Pumpkin pie has been sold at both Carnation Cafe and Plaza Inn.

Pumpkin lattes and other warm drinks are sold at Blue Ribbon Bakery (possibly other places too).

I thnk there was some pumpkin-y ice cream in Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street.

The gingerbread men with mouse ears are sold at all the candy places and most of the bake shops too.


All of these places I mentioned were where I recalled seeing these seasonal items. You very well may run into them at other shops too, along the way.

They even toss some in some pumpkin loaf/bread into the offerings at Goofy's Kitchen around the holidays (and I imagine it extends from HalloweenTime through Christmastime). Normally they have other types of loaves (lemon, blueberry, etc.). My friend grabbed a slice of a loaf, thinking it was banana bread and it turned out to be pumpkin bread - she said she may not have grabbed it if she had known it was pumpkin, but it turned out to be delicious! It was a happy accident! She even got up to get another slice.
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I have calmed a bit since last night and feel better about the whole party ;-)
We had planned to take one day off from disney on our trip and I will make it the tuesday. We are going to try and buy tickets to the party for the friday. Problem solved. Where do you buy the tickets on friday do you need a special link? Will they be on sale forever for ap holders or just for a limited time starting friday?

Thanx for everyones info
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That sounds like a question for those who have bought the party tickets with the AP discount in the past. I got my tickets in 2008 from a DIS-er who had to get rid of them because she couldn't go to the party at the last minute. So I didn't have to order them.

I would imagine you can get the tickets with the AP discount for as long as they are available. They may sell out, and then only the general public tickets will be on sale after 7/16.

I think there will probably be a link to buy the tickets on the AP section of the DLR website on Friday - I could be wrong on that.

Can anyone confirm this for Disney_Canada?
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The pumpkin raisin muffins (with the Mickey sugar pumpkin stuck in the top) are sold at Blue Ribbon Bakery and any place that sells baked goods in DLR.

The cupcakes - well, I saw some pumpkin cupcakes sold at Marceline's Confectionery in DTD. But I think that the picture of the cupcakes (buried in this thread somewhere) is from a different shop in DLR. Possibly Pooh Corner (which has been known to have cupcakes)? But check Marceline's if you can't find the cupcakes anywhere else.

You will also find pumpkin fudge at Marceline's, as well as any of the other candy shops in DLR, such as Candy Palace on Main Street and the candy place in DCA.

The pumpkin-shaped cookies can be found at any of the baked goods places.

The pumpkin-shaped bread we saw in DCA, at the place where they give you the free sourdough samples - is that the Boudin Bakery? I think it is (I blanked out on the name).

Pumpkin pie has been sold at both Carnation Cafe and Plaza Inn.

Pumpkin lattes and other warm drinks are sold at Blue Ribbon Bakery (possibly other places too).

I thnk there was some pumpkin-y ice cream in Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor on Main Street.

The gingerbread men with mouse ears are sold at all the candy places and most of the bake shops too.


All of these places I mentioned were where I recalled seeing these seasonal items. You very well may run into them at other shops too, along the way.

They even toss some in some pumpkin loaf/bread into the offerings at Goofy's Kitchen around the holidays (and I imagine it extends from HalloweenTime through Christmastime). Normally they have other types of loaves (lemon, blueberry, etc.). My friend grabbed a slice of a loaf, thinking it was banana bread and it turned out to be pumpkin bread - she said she may not have grabbed it if she had known it was pumpkin, but it turned out to be delicious! It was a happy accident! She even got up to get another slice.
The Halloween treats that I posted photos of were all from Pooh Corner. I totally space out on what they were again though
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That sounds like a question for those who have bought the party tickets with the AP discount in the past. I got my tickets in 2008 from a DIS-er who had to get rid of them because she couldn't go to the party at the last minute. So I didn't have to order them.

I would imagine you can get the tickets with the AP discount for as long as they are available. They may sell out, and then only the general public tickets will be on sale after 7/16.

I think there will probably be a link to buy the tickets on the AP section of the DLR website on Friday - I could be wrong on that.

Can anyone confirm this for Disney_Canada?

I bought ours last year over the phone. We didn't have APs, but the Disney Visa. I assume I'll do the same since it was so easy and seamless. Sometimes there's reassurance in speaking to someone live.
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I bought ours last year over the phone. We didn't have APs, but the Disney Visa. I assume I'll do the same since it was so easy and seamless. Sometimes there's reassurance in speaking to someone live.

Do you have a phone number for Disneyland tickets? I tried yesterday to call after speaking with DVC Member Services and they connected me with WDW Ticketing...who in turn tried to transfer me to DL Ticketing, but I got cut off Thanks!
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Thanks for all of the treat tips. I'm jotting them down!
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Oh all that food sounds so good! I've already told myself im taking more pictures of the special food than i'm buying the actual food. That's the plan. Yup.
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I think there will probably be a link to buy the tickets on the AP section of the DLR website on Friday - I could be wrong on that.

Can anyone confirm this for Disney_Canada?
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At WDW private parties, they have a special area (the rose garden) set-up for guests already in the park to redeem their party tickets and get their wristbands and trick or treat bags. That will save you from going to the gate.

Starting around the time the party starts, the CMs try to direct traffic. Party guests on one side of Main Street, while the other side is for exiting guests. The CM will ask for oncoming traffic to show their wristbands.

Also, the rides, CM with characters, and the store CM's will all ask to see your wristbands before allowing you to take part in any activity....

I am so curious to see how DL will do all of this. You have got to believe that there is soooo much knowledge from WDW that DL should be able to figure this out to run smoothly.
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I bought ours last year over the phone. We didn't have APs, but the Disney Visa. I assume I'll do the same since it was so easy and seamless. Sometimes there's reassurance in speaking to someone live.
Did they make you pay with your Disney Visa or could you use a different card to pay with? TIA
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