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Tables In Wonderland Price Increase

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Tables In Wonderland, a discount card that is available for purchase by Florida Residents, Annual/Seasonal Passholders, and Disney Vacation Club Members, is seeing an increase in price. As of December 1, 2012, the cost increased $25, making the cost for Florida Residents now $125 per year (up from $100) and Annual/Seasonal Passholders and DVC members now $100 per year (up from $75). A second membership card for a family member can still be purchased for an additional $50.

The card gives guests who purchase it 20% off all food and beverage at participating restaurants, and the card is good for up to 10 guests, including the member, who are on the same check. Do keep in mind that an 18% gratuity is added to your check when using this card. The card is valid for one year from the date of purchase, and Disney does not offer special renewal rates.

For more information about the Tables in Wonderland card, please visit www.tablesinwonderland.com.

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4 thoughts on “Tables In Wonderland Price Increase

  • The price for DVC members is unchanged — it was $100 before, and still is $100.

  • TIW card is a good investment for those who go more than once in a 365 day time period or there are more than 2 people using it in a week long vacation. We got ours in late October. There were 4 of us. We broke even on the 4th day (out of 7)…BUT we are going back 2X before it expires again. So for us… it was a good investment. 1 trip… 3-4 people…. 7 days? I might question whether or not it was really worth it. JMHO

  • When is this price increase going into effect? Immediately?

    • It took effect December 1, 2012. I talked to someone who bought a new card on that day, and the cast member he bought from realized the price had changed when he sold a card first thing that morning. Apparently it was not announced to front line Guest Services staff until later that morning, so Disney did a good job at keeping this quiet until it took effect.

      The price increase is pretty hefty, but I doubt it’ll affect TiW sales significantly. You need to spend an additional $125 ($500 instead of $375) to break even, so I think the card will still be a sensible investment for lots of visitors. Those with big families, locals, and other frequent guests probably spend $500 on dining/drinks quite easily, so Disney may as well grab another $25 per card. Not that I like it (TiW probably won’t make sense for me now), but I understand it.

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