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4 Important Changes Coming to Walt Disney World This Holiday Season

3. Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM Holiday Dessert Party gets new menu items and surge pricing

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It was confirmed that the Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM! Holiday Dessert Party at Disney's Hollywood Studios would be returning for 2018 earlier this year, and though the event will mostly be the same (allowing guests to enjoy reserved viewing for both Jingle Bell, Jingle BAM as well as Disney Movie Magic in addition to enjoying holiday-inspired snacks, desserts, wine, beer, and specialty alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages), this year will bring menu changes as well as new surge pricing for this event as well based on date. 

Guests wanting to purchase this upcharge will need to pay $79 for adults and $45 for children, with tax and gratuity included to attend from November 6 – December 22 and January 2-6. During the busiest part of the holiday season from December 23 – January 1, the dessert party will increase in price to $89 for adults and $49 for children. 

4. Tony's Most Merriest Town Square Party added to Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

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Guests who are attending Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party can now purchase an additional upcharge experience: Tony’s Most Merriest Town Square Party. This new add-on costs $99 per person plus tax (n addition to a Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party ticket) and begins nightly at 9:30 PM. From then until the end of the party, guests can sample small plates and desserts, drink from a selection of wine, beer, and non-alcoholic drinks, and enjoy reserved seating for the nightly parade. 
 
Guests can pop in and out as many times as they like, and can enjoy dishes including a selection of artisanal meats and cheeses as well as meatballs, mini hand-tossed pizzas, boursin-stuffed artichoke, pumpkin tartlets, Yule Logs, cannoli, Christmas cookies, and red velvet cupcakes.
 
Will you be visiting Walt Disney World this holiday season, even as the price of a visit to the resort becomes more and more expensive? 
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