I found out a couple of days ago that they’ve got Mickey’s Halloween Treat going again. It’s a fun little thing, Brian and I went in the past, then quit going because of time restraints, then they quit having it.
Well, I guess last year, they tried it again at Disney’s California Adventure. From what I read, it wasn’t a big thing, more of a testing the waters. Well, they’re having it again this year and one of the nights we’ll be up there for my birthday. Brian and I talked about it last night and thought it might be kind of fun to go. But it costs extra to get in. What they do is shut down the park, get everybody to leave, do the decorations, then let people who bought tickets in for the night. And it’s the only time that adults can wear costumes to a Disneyland park. (You can’t leave and go over to Disneyland in costume.)
So, because we thought it would be a different experience for us all, Brian said we could spring for everyone’s tickets. See, right now, they’re only $19.00 for passholders, when purchased in advance. And there are a limited number of tickets available, which is nice.
First I had to make sure I wasn’t alone on the idea of this being fun. *lol* I made a bunch of phone calls this morning and found out I wasn’t. All of the others I spoke with thought it sounded like a great idea. Then I had to get the tickets. I made a preliminary list of who might becoming and came up with about twenty plus people. Problem. You can only get eight tickets per passport. I got eight on mine, signed Brian up for the passholder website, purchased eight with his passport. That gave us sixteen. Then my Anaheim bud, Allyson, said that she would get the other eight.
If we don’t use them all, we’ll scalp the leftovers in front of the park. *grin* (Not really, I think if it becomes obvious that we’ve got more than we need, I’m sure we can find some buyers at one of the Disney forums.)
Anyway, I’m pretty excited about this. Something new for the group!