10 Things To Do Before Disney On Ice: MICKEY’S SEARCH PARTY! + WIN A FAMILY 4 PACK!!!

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Get your littles ready for a ROCKIN’ time at Disney on Ice: Mickey’s Search Party with these UPDATED 10 tips!

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Tip #1. Purchase + pick up your tickets in advance. (Make sure to use a discount code on tickets! )

Go the week of and hit up the box office at your show’s arena to save time and skip lines by picking up your tickets in advance! Save 20% off select seats with code SAVE20. Not valid on premium VIP seating. Hurry for the best available seats! Code expires September 6, 2018.

Tip #2. SEARCH LIKE MICKEY and Scout parking areas.

While you’re picking up your tickets in advance, ask the box office attendant or scout out the best parking areas for the night of your show! Make sure to arrive early the night of, to snag a close spot!

Tip #3. Eat beforehand.

No-one likes to spend outrageous prices on snacks from concession so, take the family out for a nice meal before you head to the arena to keep from rumbling bellies and empty wallet syndrome! Of course, bring a little cash or budget a small amount of spending for a small shared snack or fun themed-drink during the show!

Tip #4. Be prepared with your children’s necessities.

Does your little have sensitive hearing? Pack headphones.

The show falls 30 minutes after bedtime? Put a lovie or small blanket in your bag.

Pack for your family’s needs and anticipate worst case scenarios! (Diaper blow outs, thirsty babes, etc.)

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Tip #5. Dress for the event.

TONS of kids dress up for the big show! To make sure your little fits right in, make sure to dress them in their favorite Disney tee or costume!

NEED SOME IDEAS?

Girls Costumes

Moana

Elsa

Anna

Boys Costumes

Maui

Olaf

Chip

Beast

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Tip #6. Locate bathrooms on your seat level.

Make sure to locate the nearest bathroom to your seat and make a stop there before finding your spot for the show!

Tip #7. Set behavior expectations.

Let your kids know prior to walking into the arena what is expected of them. (i.e. no kicking chairs, keep hands to yourself, staying in their seat unless they’re on mom or dad’s lap, try use the bathroom before + after the show and during intermission, spending limit on souvenirs, etc.)

Tip #8. Make a plan for souvenirs.

If you plan on letting your littles choose a souvenir before or after the show, prepare them with a spending limit or budget. The prices can get out of hand at times and you don’t want to be walking back to the car after your show with $150 in light up wands and cotton candy.

Tip #9. Pack binoculars.

No matter how near or far your seat is, binoculars always add an extra touch of fun to your experience! Grab a pair of these super cute kid-friendly ones for each little to save yourself a mid-show battle!

Tip #10. Pack light + prepare for a security check.

Your show is only a couple hours long so, make sure to only pack the necessities and be prepared for a security check when you arrive!

 

Want to win tickets to the Orlando show?!

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21 thoughts on “10 Things To Do Before Disney On Ice: MICKEY’S SEARCH PARTY! + WIN A FAMILY 4 PACK!!!

  1. Really great tips, having two little ones at an event can be overwhelming for me I couldn’t imagine having even more! Thanks for doing the giveaway.

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  2. We have never been and I’ve put tickets in my cart sooo many times and can’t pull the trigger! Fingers and toes crossed we win!! I love all the money saving tips! I’m ALWAYS trying to figure out how to save money especially at these events! We totally left Disney yesterday with a 30 dollar bubble blower and TWO 16 dollar balloons (insert faceplant emoji) haha!

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