Changes have been made to Tables in Wonderland

Those of us who love Tables in Wonderland may not love it so much now, as changes have been made to Tables in Wonderland. The discount program that’s available to Florida Residents, Disney Vacation Club members and Annual Passholders has greatly increased in cost!

TiW card

Tables in Wonderland membership card

As of Sunday, October 4, Tables in Wonderland went from $125 for Florida residents to $175, and Disney Vacation Club members and Annual Passholders went from $100 to $150. Ouch! That’s a 50% increase. Other changes to the plan include the addition of Morimoto Asia which opened on Sep. 30.

Is the card still worth it? That depends. I believe Florida locals will still find value in the card. If you’re visiting the parks regularly and dine at the restaurants included, then it’s going to pay off much sooner than later. You’re still saving 20% and that can add up fairly quickly at some of the restaurants. If you’re dining somewhere that offers valet to its guests, it’s complimentary. Since the valet runs $25, it won’t take you long to see the benefits there.

What about the rest of us that don’t live near Disney World? Well, unfortunately you may find that the card is no longer a value to you. To break even you’d have to spend $750. If you visit the parks five or more times a year, you might find it worth it.

So for those of you that have Tables in Wonderland, will you continue to be a member? For those of you that have been considering, will you get one now? We want to know what you think of this giant increase.

3 Thoughts on “Changes have been made to Tables in Wonderland

  1. Arlene Chan on 5 October, 2015 at 9:10 pm said:

    We visit WDW every other year because of the expense of coming from California. Six members in the family with number seven on the way, going to WDW and feeding everyone will be getting
    ridiculously expensive! Tables in Wonderland gave us a small break, but raising it $50 more is
    gouging for no reason than to increase profit margin. Profit margins are getting higher, park attendance is up, movie profits exploding with the new movies like Star Wars, Magic Bands are
    a success with guests spending more money instead of waiting in lines, it seems like guests are
    walking cash registers waiting to be tapped. Annual passes cost more now also. We will have to rethink the budget for our trips to WDW.

    • Hopefully, once Star Wars Land and Pandora are complete (as well as the other projects), we’ll see the ticket increase as worth it. It is a shame that it make it harder and harder for families to be able to afford a Disney vacation.

  2. jim verdino on 6 October, 2015 at 10:11 am said:

    its like everything else, its becoming a big ripoff there, a real shame

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