Villains’ Sinister Soiree: A Wicked Takeover of Cinderella Castle

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  1. Wendy

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    Starting Monday, you can make a reservation for this fun new, must-do last stop of the evening at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party: Villain’s Sinister Soiree: A Wicked Takeover of Cinderella Castle.

    First you enjoy preferred viewing for Mickey’s “Boo-to-You†Halloween Parade and the HalloWishes Fireworks Spectacular. Then head to Cinderella’s Royal Table for devilish desserts and wicked entertainment in celebration of the villains’ favorite time of year.

    Lady Tremaine takes over Cinderella’s Royal Table after everyone has gone to bed, and she’s invited some of the most evil friends and special guests for a decadent dessert party (maybe you’ll see the Evil Queen, Maleficent, Cruella de Vil or Dr. Facilier?).

    Lady Tremaine will welcome guests, and her personal piano player provides live music. (She’ll sing a few haunting solos while guests enjoy the delicious desserts inspired by the villains.)
    • Cost is $99 ages 3 and older, plus tax (gratuity included).
    • Admission to Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is required – this is a separate ticketed event not included in Magic Kingdom Park admission.
    • Tickets for the soiree are limited and reservations recommended! Call 407-939-5262 – no online reservations.
    Your ticket includes:
    • Preferred Viewing for the 8:15 p.m. Mickey’s “Boo-to-You†Halloween Parade
      Watch the Headless Horseman lead off the parade on a hair-raising ride, followed by a collection of frightful floats and some of your favorite Disney Characters in Halloween costumes.
    • Preferred Viewing for HalloWishes Fireworks Spectacular
      The Ghost Host from the Haunted Mansion and some of the most notorious Disney Villains light up the sky to wicked remixes of their favorite songs.
    • Dessert Soiree at Cinderella’s Royal Table
      Lady Tremaine shares her musical talents while you enjoy themed desserts, specialty non-alcoholic drinks, entertainment and visits from some of your favorite Disney villains. Each guest gets an autograph card and souvenir Maleficent dragon cup.
     
  2. Wendy

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    Wow, as if you don't pay enough for tickets to go to MNSSHP.

    It seems like Disney are just thinking of extra ways to make money out of their Guests. Having said that, I would probably pay the extra for a one off.
     
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    oh I totally need to do this :lol:
     
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    no online reservations ARHGHGH I *hate* that :/ wonder what time the lines will be open uk time?
     
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    $99 for a 3 year old?!? Really Disney???
     
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    PLUS admission price for MNSSHP
     
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    Does this means that we are stuck in the castle most of the time?
     
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    If it happens next year, I have to do it. It is a lot of money and yet again we are being milked Wendy, but here I am being sucked in. We are such Villains fans, we know that we will buy the tickets.:(

    Mags
     
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    I think you watch the first parade and then go to the Castle after the fireworks. I am guessing you can spend as much time as you want to in the Castle, it doesn't sound like you will get stuck in there.
     
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    I would think if it is popular then it will become an annual event Mags. I'm with you though, I will have to go at least once.
     
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    Mmhhh Stephen and I are debating if we want to go.... As it is very musical base which means I would be left out in some sense....
     
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    What date are you going to MNSSHP as there are a lot of dates that are already sold out.

    There is more info now available I will post it in a bit.
     
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    Hello we going on 23rd
     
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    You're kidding me right (I know you aren't)? Almost $200 per person to go to the Halloween party. Unh Unh, NO WAY.
     
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    I hear you and like we've said in another thread, the money is getting silly :( extra cost for everything.

    Thing is, in a way, I very selfishly WANT them to do specials that not everyone will pay for, so that I can get some new experiences and hopefully with fewer people around :/ not saying it's in any way "right" but every time a special comes out I'm trying to do it.
     
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    From my perspective purchasing this 'extra' would eat in to my time in the park too much. So it would cancel out the extra i'd paid to get in, in the first place.
     
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    really ? It doesn't read that way to me but perhaps I need to re-read it ;-) it's just preferred viewing for the parade and fireworks in the park which is what we'd be seeing anyway and then at the end of the night it's desserts at the castle?

    I'm not sure what park time it's eating (but like I say, perhaps I need to go look properly)
     
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    Hello Stephen called and we have been offered 10:15 pm slot so after preferred viewings for the parade and fireworks and collecting zillions candies we will be at the castle for a party and zillions of desserts and sugar rush.

    We usually there from 5pm onward....

    I am now liking the idea....
     
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    Go on book it Jeff, you will have a good time :)

    I can't see how it would eat into the time in the park, but then I usually go every year so maybe I'm not so worried as if it was a first time event.

    I have to agree with Keith though, if it means that there are only a limited amount of people then it sounds good to me, the parties are getting way too busy now, so some quiet time would be nice.

    I think Disney are getting OTT charging extra but I can see if from Keith's perspective and I have to agree I like it :)

    Wish I was going to be out there this year :sigh:
     
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    and..... we have booked it! *gulp*
     

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