Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On Aug 20, 2011
    Karen from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    For our upcoming trip I am thinking of upgrading to annual pass so I can purchase the tables in wonderland card There will be 4 adults & we plan to eat at Yatchman's Kona Il Mulino LeCellier (lunch & dinner) cape may breakfast Is this a good idea T

    The Tables in Wonderland card, which offers a 20% discount at select Walt Disney World restaurants, currently costs annual passholders $75.  In order to evaluate whether it's worth it to upgrade to an annual pass, I would need to know how much the upgrade would cost.  I would add that number to the $75 cost for the Tables in Wonderland card and come up with a number that would be equal to the total cost of the upgrade/Tables in Wonderland membership.

    From there, deciding whether or not the upgrade is worth it would depend upon how much you plan to spend dining at the restaurants you mention.  Without considering the cost of upgrading your park ticket to an annual pass, I can tell you that in order to break even (with regard to the $75 Tables in Wonderland card), your party would have to spend a total of $375 at participating restaurants.  My advice to you would be to come up with the total cost of upgrading (cost to upgrade to an annual pass + $75) as well as a rough idea of how much you're going to spend on dining.  Multiply the amount you're going to spend on dining by .2 (or 20%).  If the twenty percent savings is greater than the amount you'd spend on an upgrade, then it's definitely worth doing, especially if you plan to visit more than once within a year.  I hope that helps!
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