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Mouse Chat podcast for Oct. 6, 2010.
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This Week we cover the Disney Dining Plan in-depth.
Plus the latest Disney News and Listener Questions
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The Disney Memories Celebration starts at WDW in Jan. 2011, go to the site to upload your Disney Photos and Videos today.
Table In Wonderland Dining Card:
On the show we were not 100% sure of the locations that excepted the Tables in Wonderland card. To recap the card gets you a 20% discount on food and beverages, including alcoholic beverages, at most full-service restaurants and lounges in the Walt Disney World Resort theme parks and hotels.
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Tables in Wonderland is a great value. It’s cheaper if you have an annual pass, but you can get it without an Annual Pass. You can save 20% on nearly every table service in the parks and resorts save those owned and operated by Landry’s restaurants (Yak and Yeti, Rainforest Cafe, T-Rex). It cannot be used for counter service at Epcot, Magic Kingdom or Hollywood Studios, but can be used for counter service at the Animal Kingdom (except the Yak and Yeti counter service location).
If you have an annual pass, it pays for itself at $250 in food. If you don’t have an annual pass, it pays for itself at $375.00.
Tables in Wonderland can be a good program for some. The actual break even amount you must spend in food is acatually $400 for non-annual pass and $300 for annual pass holders, not $250 & $375.
i.e. cost of ticket $100. If you buy $500 worth of food, you only spend $400 (20% less) which is the $100 you speent on the ticket… so $400 is actual break even.
Still a good deal when you consider a family of 4 staying for a week will easily spend more than that.
Important to note though, TIL is only available to Florida residents or annual passholders.