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    Default New Year's Eve events for DVC members and non-members

    Walt Disney World will offer a series of year-end meals and parties, incuding one experience designed exclusively for Disney Vacation Club members.



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    A New Years Eve party on 12/20, thats odd. And $82.50pp is ridiculous, IMO.

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    It's the 30th. Another typo.

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    The cost is $82.50 per adult and $42.50 per child age 3-9.
    The cost is not that much higher to other Dessert Fireworks parties during the holidays at WDW like the holiday one offered for MVMCP which runs $79 for adults and $47 for Children 3-9. Of course the it requires ticket to the party. This DVC dessert party also has meet and greets with Disney characters. Maybe it is not that out of line in comparison. There is one for the Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert party that gives the same price as the MVMCP. I didn't know those parties had gotten that expensive. Who could possibly eat that much dessert for $79-$83?
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    They held a similar Independence Day (Eve?) party on July 3 which only cost $35A/$22C. I remember thinking that was a decent rate. Guess Disney heard me.

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    Am I understanding this correctly? You pay $82.50 to eat pie and drink soda at the CR and watch the fireworks from there? You aren't even in the park?

    Well, gotta make up for ESPN being dropped from cable packages as Cable providers try and offer a cheap package to prevent everyone from cutting the cord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denlo View Post
    The cost is not that much higher to other Dessert Fireworks parties during the holidays at WDW like the holiday one offered for MVMCP which runs $79 for adults and $47 for Children 3-9. Of course the it requires ticket to the party. This DVC dessert party also has meet and greets with Disney characters. Maybe it is not that out of line in comparison. There is one for the Tomorrowland Terrace Dessert party that gives the same price as the MVMCP. I didn't know those parties had gotten that expensive. Who could possibly eat that much dessert for $79-$83?

    I know its not that much higher than the dessert party during MVMCP, but I think those prices are nuts too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KNWVIKING 2.0 View Post
    Am I understanding this correctly? You pay $82.50 to eat pie and drink soda at the CR and watch the fireworks from there? You aren't even in the park?

    Well, gotta make up for ESPN being dropped from cable packages as Cable providers try and offer a cheap package to prevent everyone from cutting the cord.


    Not to gt off topic too much, but plenty of people still get cable packages, surprisingly enough, luckily or I'd have no job. (but we see internet too, so we'll be fine, lol).

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