Disney World Boo Bash Ticket Ordering Debacle Leads to FURIOUS Social Media Backlash!

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Boo Bash tickets went on sale this morning, and Walt Disney World Guests are furious because they can’t actually buy them.

It might be easier to get into Club 33 than it is to get Boo Bash tickets this morning,” according to one Twitter user.

Despite complaints from Disney fans about the price of the Disney After Hours Boo Bash Halloween event, tickets seem to be in very high demand. And par for the course, Disney is fully unprepared to manage said demand.

Boo Bash tickets went on sale this morning for Walt Disney World Guests staying at a Disney Resort Hotel, and will go on sale for everyone else on June 15.

According to the official Boo Bash page, to order tickets one simply has to call (407) 939-4240.

Easier said than done.

Some suggest alternating between the dedicated Boo Bash line and the Disney World customer service line at (407) 939-5277.

Both phone lines have been slammed since before 7 a.m., and it would seem that even if you mange to get through, you’re still looking at a several hour wait.

Here are some more scathing comments for Disney on Twitter…

The Disney Boo Bash is a stripped down version of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, thanks to the pandemic. What’s not stripped down is the price tag. The Boo Bash costs more than MNSSHP, offers fewer experiences, and doesn’t last as long.

Despite not being a great deal, there certainly seems to be that “pent up demand” that Disney talks about.

Either that, or Disney laid off all their customer service reps.

 


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