Back in October, Disney raised the price of the Tables in Wonderland discount card from $100 per year to $150. At that rate, guests must now spend $750 at eligible dining establishments just to break even.
Meanwhile the price of the Disney Dining Plan has ballooned to $61.84 per adult and $20.96 per child for 2016. That rate covers one table service meal, one quick service meal, one snack and a refillable beverage mug. The DDP must be purchased for all guest on the reservation and all nights of the stay. These increases have undoubtedly lead to some guests changing their approach to dining at Disney.
Topic: How do you dine when visiting Walt Disney World (TIW, DDP, cash, in-room, off-site)?
As The Walt Disney Company celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Disney Vacation Club, it’s the perfect time to look back at the major changes in the program during its history. Originally only one participating hotel existed, and it claimed the dullest name imaginable, Disney’s Vacation Club Resort. Today, 13 Disney-built resorts participate in the program, not counting the hundreds of other hotels across the globe where DVC owners can exchange their points for RCI stays. As we celebrate 25 years of DVC, let’s take a moment to appreciate the five most important events in the history of the program.
Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows