A Spooky Competition between Disney and Universal

A Spooky Competition between Disney and Universal ...

The back-to-school preparations are in full swing, and that has theme park companies Walt Disney (DIS) - Get The Walt Disney Company Reportand Comcast's (CMCSA) - Get Comcast Corporation Class A Common Stock ReportUniversal Studios is planning a return for the next season.

Each year, these competing theme parks are busy preparing their different venues for various occasions during the holidays, such as Halloween and Christmas.

What is the next entertainment season? Halloween of course! Children of all ages love Halloween. How could you not, then, to enjoy it? Getting to dress up in scary or silly outfits, and marching around town receiving candy gifts.

Halloween Horror Nights is offered at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida starting September 2 and running until October 31. Tickets for the night are not guaranteed at the gate, as they are sold separately. Express Pass tickets are also available, allowing guests to skip the regular lines. Regular one-night single tickets are $73.99 per person, plus tax. The Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass tickets are $109.99 per person, plus tax.

Universal has issued a recommendation that Halloween Horror Nights be reserved for people aged 13 and older. Masks are not allowed during tours of the attractions, although costume masks are allowed. The number of times you can use the Express Pass is limited, but the Express Pass will get you through the attraction in a much quicker manner.

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Universal's Halloween Horror Nights has a wide array of passes available for its guests, including a single event pass, an early ticket pass, a VIP pass to see behind the screams, a themed dining experience, a frequent fear pass, a frequent fear plus pass, and an ultimate frequent fear pass.

Halloween Celebrations at Disney are Making a Comeback.

After its inception in 2021, Disney World will bring the scare-tastic Mickeys Boo to You Halloween Parade to the Magic Kingdom. The parade will run on selected nights starting Aug. 12 through Oct. 31.

The parade is a popular Halloween holiday event that starts off the Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party. The parade includes Halloween fan favorites like the Headless Horseman and characters from the Adventures of Ichabod Crane and Mr. Toad. Disney's Halloween events are for all ages, but tickets are not yet available.

Mickeys Not-So-Scary Halloween Party is held after the theme park's normal hours. This gives guests who want to be scared or even less scared the choice not to participate. This also lessens the amount of tourists who come to Disney World in costume. The Haunted Mansion graveyard is decorated in a myriad of floats.

The Sanderson Sisters' Hocus Pocus Villain Spell-tacular on the Cinderella Castles stage allows guests to see spectacular fireworks, special effects, music, and Disney characters. Roam Disney and guests may collect bags of candy trick or treating throughout the park.

If you prefer to have terrifying ghouls and goblins chase you through Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights or if you prefer a less terrifying evening, want to dress in your Halloween holiday best and participate in Mickeys Not-So-Scary Halloween Party with the little ones at Magic Kingdom, you have plenty of options.

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