Halloween at DL

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  1. AmyPond

    AmyPond DIS Veteran

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    That stinks. I have to reapply really often or I burn bad. I hate it. I plan on bringing sunscreen into the parks and keeping it in a locker so I can reapply every few hours.
     
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  3. McNic

    McNic Earning My Ears

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    Hey all. I ordered my MHP tickets on Friday and due to my stupid email, I haven't received my e tickets and DL won't resend them :( Is there any info on the e tickets that I should know about? Times, rules etc?
     
  4. Eeee-va

    Eeee-va Happiest robot on Earth

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    I know when I sent my REGULAR park admission e-tickets to the wrong email, they advised me that if I showed up at any ticket window with the credit card they were charged to, they could retrieve them. It took several minutes but they managed. So I would call them and make sure they can do that for you as well. I can't see why not, though; it IS an "e-ticket".

    Alternately, I wonder if there's any way you could cancel the tickets and then re-order?

    Good luck!
     
  5. McNic

    McNic Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for the tip. I did call them and they did say the same thing about getting them at there. I am just a little anal and like to have everything in front of me! It's weird though because I am a travel agent and tell my clients that they don't "technically" need there air e ticket, and here I am stressing about my own....he he he. I guess I should take my own advice!
     
  6. DTDkettleCORNfan

    DTDkettleCORNfan DIS Veteran

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    I saw my friends' MHP tickets.....all I noticed was that it was from 6pm-11pm, but early entry started at 3pm. This was for a Tuesday night.
     
  7. McNic

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    Thanks DTD, I am actually going on a Tuesday so that's great! Can you come into the park at 3pm with your costume, or do you have to wait until 6pm?
     
  8. 3Minnies1Mickey

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    That is a big unknown. Technically you should, but many are wondering if any CMs would say "no" since its still regular park hours.
     
  9. Belle Ella

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    I thought I read somewhere that they would allow you in with your costume on at 3 if you were there for the MHP. I don't remember where though and if it actually came from DL itself or not.
     
  10. 3Minnies1Mickey

    3Minnies1Mickey <font color=magenta>Just wanted to add, this is no

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    It doesn't explicitly say that. Its more inferred. Many CMs have told people over the phone that adults can't wear costumes until the MHP start time (6 or 7 pm), and a few have said that costumes will be allowed at 3/4 pm if you enter with your MHP ticket. There is a discussion on another board about this.
     
  11. Belle Ella

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    Ah, alright. I couldn't remember exactly what I read, let alone if it was specifically stated. I guess it's another thing to add to the list of what we're waiting on information for, lol.
     
  12. mvf-m11c

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    I am also very curious of this too. Now I have my DC 11 now coming with me and my DA during our trip in October. She wants to be all dressed up during MHP and I thought DL would allow guests to wear their costumes if you have a ticket? I know that they will allow little children under the age of 9 to dress up in the park during regular hours, but not allowing people that are already dressed up to go to the park when they enter it with a valid MHP ticket at 3 or 4. But we cannot assume anything until DL announces the HalloweenTime information that everyone is waiting.
     
  13. 3Minnies1Mickey

    3Minnies1Mickey <font color=magenta>Just wanted to add, this is no

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    Honestly, I don't think an 11 year old would be questioned. But yes, we just have to wait for information or personal experience.
     
  14. Eeee-va

    Eeee-va Happiest robot on Earth

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    Currently Disneyland's stated policy is that during Halloween Time, children 12 and under can wear costumes. The site said that in the FAQs last year too. The rest of the year, it's only kids 9 and under.

    http://disneyland.disney.go.com/faq/parks/#parks-q11
     
  15. mvf-m11c

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    K, thats good right their for my DC. She will be excited, but we are still waiting until DL announces that teenagers and adults will be allowed to wear costumes when guests are allowed to enter the park at 3 or 4? I know they won't allow guests to be all dressed up during regular park hours.
     
  16. Eeee-va

    Eeee-va Happiest robot on Earth

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    I know people have called Disneyland asking if you can wear your costume into the park when you come in for the party...some have said 'yes' and some have said 'no.' :confused3 So right now I'm planning for not being allowed to wear it "in" to the park, but hoping we are.

    With a simple costume, hair, and make-up, it would probably be possible to stow a costume in the lockers. More complex styles, maybe not so much....
     
  17. I'm mikey

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    I e-mailed disneyland with this exact question last week. i've not recieved a response yet. We're really hoping we can enter the park at the 3pm early entry time. :confused3
     
  18. VictoriaAndMatt

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    I don't think this has been mentioned here before, if it has I apologize. I just read an article where a Disney spokeswoman made an official press release reguarding the price hike of the MHP. She said the obvious about it moving to DL and the exclusive fireworks, and at the end she confirmed there would be fireworks (but a different show) every weekend in the fall for everyone else. I know some were wondering about this. Here's a link to the article if you'd like to read it.

    http://ocresort.ocregister.com/2010/07/16/disney-doubles-halloween-party-prices/50275/
     
  19. DisneyStitch626

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    That's exciting that there will be another fireworks show! As much as I am looking forward to Screams, I want to see one of the other shows as well!

    Does anyone know how many party tickets are available per day. Like roughly how many will be in the parks, and how many people are usually in the parks on a normal day? Just curious how less crowded than normal it will be.
     
  20. srauchbauer

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    thanks for the info, it will be so exciting to see two different fire work shows.
     
  21. srauchbauer

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    ugg didn't even think about that won't be a problem for kids since they are both under 11. But I really don't want to go back to the hotel at 5 to change. Guess that might be reason enough not to dress -up:rotfl:
     
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