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Tables in Wonderland, formerly the Disney Dining Experience, is a program available to Florida residents and annual passholders that gives a 20% discount on dining locations around the resort. We used to belong, but quit because our favorite location was … Continue reading
Please welcome Michael Owen to The Disney Blog for this guest post. – ed Throughout the current economic crisis theme park operators around the world have been coming up with varied marketing tools in order to keep the turnstiles turning … Continue reading
The Orlando Sentinel has confirmed the rumor going around that Walt Disney World would give renewing annual passholders an extra 3 months to their year. Details are a bit unclear, it looks like Disney is notifying eligible APs via email … Continue reading
I’ve written a bit about the Central Florida theme parks offering deals on theme park admission (and they keep getting better ($99 for a week at Universal Studios Orlando)), but this is the first I’ve heard of the non-US Disney … Continue reading