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Old 06-27-2010, 09:45 PM   #901
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I found the pictures from my other camera, so I thought I would bump this up with some character photos with my daughter from the party last year.







This last one is actually from DL earlier in the day. She was so excited to pose with Jack and Sally in her costume.

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Old 06-28-2010, 02:42 AM   #902
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Kiwitinkerbell - Thank you so much for joining in and taking the time to read through the thread! Hopefully someone will come forth with more HalloweenTime photos soon, so we can get another visual dose of HalloweenTime at DLR!!

I tried to reply to you to yesterday but was having an awful time with technical problems like clicking 'Reply" and nothing happening, or waiting for five minutes before a page finally loaded. It was so frustrating. I finally gave up.

Anyway, as for park hours: well, during your time at DLR this year, Mickey's Halloween Party will be happening in Disneyland on Tuesday, October 5th and on Friday, October 8th. On Tuesday nights, the party is from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., and on Fridays and Halloween Night, the party is from 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m. On the non-party days, I would think it would be a somewhat shortened schedule - but I'm not entirely sure yet. October has gotten to be more popular at DLR than it used to be, so the whole game is changing and the rules of 'off-peak' seasonal hours are changing a bit, too, I think. I'm not sure what DCA will be doing by then as well. I think we don't know yet if WoC will still be attracting people in droves to see it as it is now, and if DCA will still be open later to allow for 2 or 3 shows.


Thanks so much for that . Would you mind if I asked one more question? I was wondering about booking the preferred seating dessert package for F. (hoping that it will be showing one night that we will be there) Do you know when I would be able to phone and book that? Or do we do it once we are at DLR? We would need to phone from New Zealand but that's fine. We did that for WDW last time. Sadly we won't be able to do WOC as a person in our party just couldn't stand for that amount of time they would need to.
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Old 06-28-2010, 03:00 AM   #903
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I was wondering about booking the preferred seating dessert package for F. (hoping that it will be showing one night that we will be there) Do you know when I would be able to phone and book that? Or do we do it once we are at DLR? We would need to phone from New Zealand but that's fine. We did that for WDW last time.
You can book 30 days in advance for the F! dessert package. For an example, if the show you want to reserved is on October 2, you need to make a reservation on September 2 the earliest or inside the 30 day mark for the show date you want to attend. You can also book it at the resort, but it is likely it will be hard to get tickets if you arrive at the resort the same week that you want to do the F! dessert package.

Most likely, F! will be running on the weekends.

You can order the F! dessert package on the phone line only, and you will be required to pay for the package at the time of booking. The tickets must be picked up on the day of the show at Guest Services. It is on the left side of the DLP entrance.
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I have been in working on last years Disney Trip scrapbook. Brings back such good memories can't wait until October.
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Old 06-28-2010, 08:45 PM   #905
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VictoriaandMatt-Love the outfit. Last year while searching for a costume for the TOTP for my DD3, I think I saw it on sale online. My daughter is too young for the costume, but I thought it rocked!

Last year, I swore I wouldn't return because we needed to save money, but I have since become a Matron of Honor to a person who loves Halloween. I thought Disneyland during October for a Bachlorette Party would be fun-Just a bunch of gals having fun celebrating the fact that the 39yr old bride FINALLY found a great guy to spend the rest of her life with! I am formulating a plan for the bride to review and am trying to assess the least busiest time of October to go. Does anyone know the school breaks for AZ? Doesn't Utah have one too? Any conventions going on? Any info is helpful!

Also, I may have missed this in the thread, but does anyone know if they will have dance stations like in DCA?

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Does anyone know the school breaks for AZ? Pam
I have girls in 2 different AZ schools, one is out Oct 4-19 (year round school) and the other is Oct 9-17. Utah also has break but not sure of the exact dates. We will be there Oct 9-15 and cant wait.
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YAY!! Halloween is coming even closer!!! Vacation can't come fast enough
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Hey kiwi tinkerbelle, the F! dessert packages sell out pretty fast. You can call (at 8am or is it 8.30 when they open?) - in our time, that's round 3 am, depending on daylight saving, the day after.

I've always found it is important to dial right on opening to ensure seats, especially during busy times like weekends. And it helps to have your credit card handy...

Another way is to use vacation planning services at Disney.

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The tickets must be picked up on the day of the show at Guest Services. It is on the left side of the DLP entrance.
We always picked them up at Guest Services in DCA. First time I booked I was specifically told to go there, and since then I've always went there. Never anyone in line.
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We always picked them up at Guest Services in DCA. First time I booked I was specifically told to go there, and since then I've always went there. Never anyone in line.
That's a good idea to go to DCA Guest Services if DL GS line is crowded. When the CM told me on the phone when I did the F! dessert package, they said you must go to the DL GS line to pick up the tickets.
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For the Halloween Party tickets, do they send you actual tickets in the mail or do you get etickets? Thanks, I looked back a few pages but didn't see anything. I am probably going to order my tickets this week.
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For the Halloween Party tickets, do they send you actual tickets in the mail or do you get etickets? Thanks, I looked back a few pages but didn't see anything. I am probably going to order my tickets this week.
You can choose either way. If you go for having them sent through the mail you have to pay for shipping, but etickets are free.
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You can choose either way. If you go for having them sent through the mail you have to pay for shipping, but etickets are free.
Awesome, thanks for your help. I can't print from my computer right now but I'm pretty sure we can use my boyfriend's sister's printer for our tickets if we ask.
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I have girls in 2 different AZ schools, one is out Oct 4-19 (year round school) and the other is Oct 9-17. Utah also has break but not sure of the exact dates. We will be there Oct 9-15 and cant wait.
October 14, 15 is the Utah fall break.
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I happily got that generic blue envelope from Anaheim, CA this week that had our Halloween party tickets inside. DS and I did a little happy dance when we opened them.

Will we look out of place if we don't dress in costume?
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