|Posted by Joshua Shaffer on October 4, 2011 at 11:00 AM|
Ever wonder what that whole “trick-or-treat” thing is all about at Disneyland? It’s simple. The park closes early on certain days (see list below) but re-opens to the select Halloween Trick-Or-Treat ticket holders. Tickets have almost tripled in price since it all began years ago. The good news is that adults can dress up too. On any other day in the park, only children under the age of 9 can dress up. I found this out the hard way when I was asked to leave by security for dressing up as Captain Jack Sparrow for opening night of Pirates of the Caribbean 3. Apparently Disney is afraid that patrons won’t be able to tell the difference between Disney Park characters, or people just visiting dressing up as those characters. So now is your chance to get into the park all dressed up in costume. The event is sponsored by Mars, Hershey's and Nestle. When you enter the park they will hand you a bag at the front of the park, then you walk all around the park collecting the candy from the different candy stations while going on all the attractions.
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