Attraction ticket specialist Do Something Different is giving agents the opportunity to earn extra commission on a range of high profile seasonal events at some of Orlando’s largest theme parks this autumn and winter.
DSD says it is one of only a handful of operators to have secured access to advance tickets for some of the parks’ largest and most sought after events, such as those over Halloween and Christmas. Agents will be paid commission on all sales.
These include Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween party at Disney’s Magic Kingdom featuring Mickey’s Boo-to-You Halloween parade, the Happy HalloWishes fireworks display and chances to go trick or treating.
The event runs on select nights throughout September and October between 7pm and midnight. Advance tickets are £70 per adult and £65 per child.
Other options include Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party featuring Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration stage show, festive character experiences, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime parade, Holiday Wishes fireworks finale and Cinderella’s Castle as a backdrop with snow falling on Main Street.
The event runs on select nights in November and December from 7pm to midnight. Tickets are £89 per adult and £84 per child.
At Halloween, DSD has secured access to Universal Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights (age 13+). The event starts at 6pm and runs for 36 nights throughout September, October and November.
This year, it features 10 haunted houses based around horror favourites, slasher films, cult classics - and some originals.
One night tickets valid Sunday to Friday start from £71pp while a Frequent Fear pass is £104pp for admission to any number of nights while valid.