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Guests Can Now Book the Signature Celebration Package for Cinderella’s Royal Table

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Are you looking for the ultimate Disney Princess experience for either you or your little one? The new Signature Celebration Package at Cinderella’s Royal Table is just that. First Guests will be able to enjoy an enchanting dinner at Cinderella’s Royal Table at the Magic Kingdom. From there, you will the be taken to the West Plaza Gardens for a reserved spot for the “Happily Ever After” fireworks show. Finally, you will head over to the Tomorrowland Terrace for the After Fireworks Dessert Party.

The cost of the Signature Celebration Package for Cinderella’s Royal Table is $199 plus tax and gratuity for adults and $169 plus tax and gratuity for children.

This special new package is only available for Guests who dine at Cinderella’s Royal Table and only one seating option is offered. Since space is limited, reservations are absolutely recommended. Make yours today by calling 407-WDW-DINE.

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7 thoughts on “Guests Can Now Book the Signature Celebration Package for Cinderella’s Royal Table

  • What would the tax and gruity be

  • Are you able to use dining plan credits on this package and then pay the extra?

  • Yeah I’m interested in what the extras are.

  • Um can’t you buy all those options a la carte? And wouldn’t it be cheaper a la carte?

    • Looks like you’d save about $50 booking it separately. I’m guessing they are adding some special extras to make up the difference, but who knows.

    • I asked this and was told this offers a special meet & greet time with Cinderella and Prince Charming, a glass of wine or other beverage, a keepsake that includes a small surprise and a box of truffles, meet & greet with all of the princesses, a private viewing area for the fireworks, and an intimate dessert party. Apparently the dessert party is separate from the “regular” dessert party? And it appears the number of guests is *much* smaller than at a normal dinner seating.

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