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 This week at Walt Disney World, Disney prepares to open a brand new attraction, Spaceship Earth sets a closing date, plus a new ticket option is now on sale!

Outside Walt Disney World, SeaWorld debuts a first look at part of its newest roller coaster and Universal goes behind the scenes of an upcoming attraction!  

1. Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway opening this week

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Though there were plenty of weird things that happened last week, Disney is probably hoping for a smooth week ahead, as Wednesday will see the opening of Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway. In addition, the adjacent Mickey Shorts Theater will also open! You can read more about these new attractions here. 

2. Tickets on sale now for Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party

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Though it may just be March, guests can finally start making plans for the fall, as tickets for all 36 nights for the 2020 edition of Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party are now on sale! ticket prices are up by a significant margin from 2019, starting at $85 for advance purchase (up from $79 last year), and topping out at $149 (up from $135) for October 31. Though there's a lot of day to day variation, expect to pay around $6 to $11 more per person per ticket in 2020. You can see the full ticket price breakdown here

As always Disney will also be offering discounts for guests who are DVC Members or annual passholders. The amount of this discount varies by date, but most guests can save between $5 and $15 by purchasing early or having an affiliation. 

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