It now appears that Boo Bash is almost sold out for October. At this point, each month has at least one sold out day. It would have been worse if Disney hadn’t added some days to the event.
October is down to only three Sundays available: 10, 17 and 24. The other nine dates, mostly on Tuesdays and Fridays, are sold out. Of course Halloween was the first date to sell out and that was when it was being sold to resort guests in the early purchase window, before it even opened to the general public.
September is mostly still available. Only the 21st and 24th are sold out at this time. I think many people were upset because they wanted to visit during the 50th Anniversary celebration launch, but the event was not available for the week before or several days after the October 1 launch.
August is wide open with only the opening night selling out on August 10.
Given the fact that Disney is charging so much for Boo Bash, and calling it an After-Hours event instead of a Party, I’m surprised more nights aren’t sold out. After Hour Events are more expensive, for shorter time, because they are meant to be very, very limited. Far more limited than a party.
But given the demand and problems people had booking on the phone and the replenishing of Halloween, I do worry that Disney instead kept the price high but put in many more people for what is supposed to be a much lower capacity event.
Or maybe there just wasn’t as much demand outside of October? Often party nights don’t sell out, but the crowd allotment for those is usually much higher. My hope is that the added days were the only measure they put in and the crowd capacities stayed the super low levels people paid for.
Either way, if you are interested in tickets, they are still available for most nights August-September. There are still some October dates as well.
You can get your tickets HERE.
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