I read that at the MVMCP, they give out free hot chocolate and cookies. Do they give out a voucher with your ticket or are there CMs in the MK handing out the goodies during the evening?
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AP holders or the DVC Member discount is the same and the cheapest price. But keep in mind not all dates are available for that discount. Last year we did MNSSHP and the only date we could go was a full price date--not even an advance purchase. But that was the weekend my DSIL's family could come.
I have heard that if you enroll for Mousesavers.com newsletter you can get a discount code for the Parkhoppers at Undercover Tourist and save even more. But other wise they do the best discount unless your employer has any special offers or you qualify for a Military discount.
Check out this link to Allears regarding ticket prices.
Last edited by denlo; 05-06-2012 at 03:12 PM.--Denise
Mvmcp – 05-06-2012,03:40 PM
When we went last year, there were stations set up to get the cookies and cocoa from. No voucher needed.
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Mvmcp – 05-08-2012,05:31 PM
I plan to buy my MVMCP tickets soon. I've never been to this party before. If I am already inside the MK on the day I have MVMCP tickets, how does that work? Do I have to go back to the turnstyle to get wristbands?
Per AllEars.com.The official hours of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party (MVMCP) are 7 PM to midnight. However, guests attending the party are admitted as early as 4 PM. The turnstiles on the right hand side are used for party guests and the turnstiles on the left are used for day guests. Note, even though you may enter the park before the party starts, the special events do not begin until 7 PM.
I think you need to return to Town square to turn in your party ticket and get your wristband anywhere between 4 PM and 7 PM. I know that after awhile patrols of CMs go out and try to weed out ticketed party guests from day guests. They we're very, very strict ay MNSSHP last year which was different in the past. They even carried scanners to check your wristband and I saw them placing wristbands on guests who had not gotten around to turning in the tickets. Depending on the wait times at rides CM's began turning away guests without wristbands around 6:30 PM, telling them if they were day guests to depart the park and party guests to return to Main Street or the nearest group of CM's that were checking wristbands. this information is also available in the party map and guide given out when you pick up your ticket or at the entrance to MK and Town Square.
I expect MVMCP will have a similar setup.--Denise
We just bought our tickets for the last night of MVMCP. (12/21). Can someone tell me why the last night was more expensive than the other nights?
Yes, you are correct, They did NOT offer Discounts for that night. The Total was $218 for 3 tickets. Of course if we didn't think it was worth it, we would not have bought them.