Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando honoring Halloween event tickets cancelled due to Hurricane Matthew

in Magic Kingdom, Universal Orlando, Walt Disney World

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Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort will allow guests with tickets to Halloween-themed special events that were cancelled last week due to the threat of Hurricane Matthew the option to use them at a later date.

Both parks were forced to cancel Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party and Halloween Horror Nights last Thursday and Friday.

Disney is giving guests the option of a full refund or exchange them for an upcoming Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, for Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party event (to be held on select nights between Nov. 7 and Dec. 22), or for a one-day Magic Your Way ticket with park-hopper powers (to be used within two years), according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Halloween Horror Nights and Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass ticket-holders can use them for any event night this month, according to Universal Orlando’s blog.