The Mouse can do Halloween.

For years, my family has been partial to SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular. The candy was abundant, the activities were fun, and the price of an annual pass was affordable.

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights was way too scary for our little ones, and Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party seemed too inconvenient and frankly, at $52 for admission, not worth the extra money.

Boy, were we wrong.

First of all, the ticket is $27 less than a single-day admission to the Magic Kingdom. But you get lots of extra benefits, including all-you-can-eat candy (a bonus for the kids) and virtually no lines for the most popular rides.

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