While annual passes give Disney fans a more affordable way to visit often, Tables in Wonderland is takes dining fandom to the next level. It’s the ultimate dining discount card for Walt Disney World Resort®, although it offers quite a bit more than just that. It’s important to note that Tables in Wonderland is only available for purchase by Florida residents, Passholders, and Disney Vacation Club members. Otherwise, it’d be really difficult to make it worth its value.
What do you get?
A Tables in Wonderland membership gets you a 20 percent discount on food and beverage at over 100 restaurants on property. Everything from food courts to quick service to table service restaurants accepts the discount, so in most cases, it’ll work on all of your meals.
Guests with Tables in Wonderland also get exclusive dining offers and invitations to special dining events. In order to request information on about those special events, Disney asks that guests email a request to WDW.Tables.In.Wonderland.@disney.comand include their Tables In Wonderland ticker number, first and last name, ZIP code, and email address.
Tables in Wonderland includes complimentary resort valet and theme park parking for those who are dining there, which means guests won’t have to be so concerned with being able to park nearby during busy times of the year.
Who gets to use it?
The Tables in Wonderland discount applies up to 10 guests at a time. Only one of those guests has to have the membership as long as they’re the one paying the bill and all of the guests are on the same check.
The Tables in Wonderland discount can apply up to 20 people on the same check as long as one guest has the ticket and their spouse or partner has the secondary card that can be included with the membership.
How much does it cost?
The yearly membership costs $175 for Florida residents or $150 for Walt Disney World Resort® Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members. A secondary membership for a spouse or partner is available for $50.
In order to buy a Tables in Wonderland membership, guests can go to Guest Relations at any of the Walt Disney World theme parks or at Disney Springs. Guests need a valid photo ID and either Disney Vacation Club Membership ID or card, proof of Florida residence, or your annual pass. Further questions and more details can be directed to your travel agent.
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