Even though it’s still mid-July, we’re already prepping for the fall season!
Halloween festivities kick off at Disney World next month, and BOO Bash tickets were pretty popular when they went on sale. Now, tickets have dropped for the Oogie Boogie Bash at Disneyland Resort…but you’ll be waiting for a while to get them!
We logged on today to purchase our tickets and were immediately sent to a virtual waiting room. We stayed on this page for a while, waiting for the queue to load.
However, once the queue loaded, we found out that we’d be waiting even more! The estimated time right now is more than an hour long. Looks like it’s time to kick back and chill with some Disney+ for a bit!
Update: We’ve seen reports online of some guests saying they’ve been able to get through and purchase tickets. But, various members of our DFB team are still stuck on the page noting that the wait is “more than an hour” and they have been on that page for several hours now. The notice on the page notes that Disney is experiencing higher than normal wait times to purchase tickets. We’ll continue to keep you posted!
Update: After waiting for several hours, some of our DFB team members finally got a more exact wait time and were eventually able to get tickets! One of our team members waited a total of 4 hours and 45 minutes!
Here’s a look at the current availability as of around 6:15PM ET on July 13th for September…
Of course, availability is subject to change so be sure to get those tickets as soon as you can!
While some of our DFB team members were able to purchase tickets, another was still waiting and during that time they got the following message from Disney. In the update Disney notes that wait times may be several hours or more, and that they are “deliberately pulsing Guests through the system.” They noted that there are still lots of tickets and that they’ll be keeping the system open throughout the night to accommodate guest demand. We’ll keep an eye out for more updates.
We had a feeling this event was going to be popular — with 25 nights filled with treats, entertainment, and after-hours fun, fans are definitely excited. Ticket prices range from $114 to $169 per person, which is actually cheaper than Disney World’s Halloween event.
We’ll keep an eye on this wait time and let you know of any important details. Stay tuned to DFB for the latest!
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Have you ever been to a Disney park for Halloween?