Changes Coming to Tables in Wonderland

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We all know about Disney World’s dining discount program (Tables in Wonderland) offered to Florida residents, Annual Passholders, and Disney Vacation Club members, is a great way to save money if you dine frequently at Disney World.

F.Y.I. The program offers 20% savings on food and drinks, including alcohol, at more than 100 Disney World restaurants.

Sadly there are restaurants that will either stop offering the Tables in Wonderland discount shortly, or there will be more blackout dates when using the card.



First up Victoria and Albert’s discontinued the discount August 1, 2013. Currently, Tables in Wonderland members may still book a reservation there, but are restricted to  using their discount for the Chef’s Table or the Queen Victoria Room only.

There are a few other restaurants across DisneyWorld that will continue to participate in the program, but guests who use Tables in Wonderland will be subject to additional blackout dates this began August 1.2013.

These restaurants include: Le Cellier Steakhouse, Akershus Royal Banquet Hall, 1900 Park Fare, ‘Ohana (for dinner only), Chef Mickey’s, and Cinderella’s Royal Table.

The additional blackout dates are: November 23-29, 2014; December 21-27, 2014; March 8-April 4, 2015; and May 31-June 20, 2015.

In addition to the dates above, the blackout dates for all  Tables in Wonderland restaurants will continue to apply. These include Mother’s Day, Easter Sunday, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

How do the Tables in Wonderland members feel about this?

Wishing you Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust

Sunshine

 

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I love all things Disney. I live close to Disney World and go as often as I can. I am the C&C News Writer/Blogger. I love spreading the magic. My ultimate goal is to live in the the castle.




  • Christina Calilung

    Not part of the program, but it’s too bad to hear about the changes being made :/

  • Sharon Rhodes

    It’s still a good program.

  • Amy Weber

    I’m fine with this. Since we have Seasonal FL APs, we generally don’t (can’t) go during these blackout times anyway – and if we DID, who would want to go to one of the most popular restaurants during busy seasons? Too many screaming kids (and adults).

  • Lana

    I’m not too happy, but then again we have decided that after this year we will not be going during the hot summer months and we rarely go during these holidays anyway.