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Tweet & You Could Win Tickets to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at Magic Kingdom Park

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Now that November is here, we’re just days away from the season’s first Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party at the Walt Disney World Resort. And this year, you can tweet for a chance to win tickets to attend the event on the night of November 11, 2013.


Between 10:00 a.m. (ET), November 4, 2013, and 10:00 a.m. (ET), November 7, 2013 we’ll be sharing a #VeryMerry RT-to-Win tweet on our @WaltDisneyWorld account. When you see it, simply tweet or retweet the entire message along with “#SweepsEntry,” and you will be entered for a chance to be one of 10 people who will win a set of four (4) tickets to attend only the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party taking place on November 11, 2013. For your entry to be valid, you must follow @WaltDisneyWorld on Twitter.

We just launched our first tweet at @WaltDisneyWorld. We’ll notify potential winners after 10 A.M. on November 7, 2013. Here’s a link to the sweepstakes rules. Please read them before you enter.

Good luck.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void outside the U.S. and where prohibited. Open only to persons, who are, as of Entry, legal residents of, and physically located within, the 50 U.S. or D.C. and who have reached the age of majority in their primary state of residence. Sweepstakes starts 10:00 AM (ET) on 11/04/13; ends 10:00 AM (ET) on 11/07/13. Click here for Official Rules.


  • I was one of the winners (my tickets arrived today) and I am so excited to go to the party on Monday!

  • Any winners yet? Have they been announced? Thanks!

  • Do you have a winner(s)? Monday is our first day at the Polynesian and we would love to celebrate our arrival with Mickey and friends!

  • Pam if you are employed by any part of the Walt Disney Company, you cannot enter along with your immediate family and anyone who may live with you.

  • So it says that any employee of the sponsor is ineligible to enter. Does this mean that all Disney employees cannot enter, or is it just the employees of Disney Destinations that cannot enter?

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