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Old 03-22-2010, 11:41 PM   #1
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Question Goofy's Kitchen Vouchers

I've been to Goofy's Kitchen before but have just made those 60 day prior reservations, and walked in and paid for it. I am planning to go back during my May/June trip, and wanna know if there is a better suggestion on price. Where do you buy your vouchers for Goofy's Kitchen from? Or is it cheaper to just walk in and pay for it up front? Sometimes you can find those deals. Its an all adult party. No kids.
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Old 03-23-2010, 12:53 AM   #2
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I've been to Goofy's Kitchen before but have just made those 60 day prior reservations, and walked in and paid for it. I am planning to go back during my May/June trip, and wanna know if there is a better suggestion on price. Where do you buy your vouchers for Goofy's Kitchen from? Or is it cheaper to just walk in and pay for it up front? Sometimes you can find those deals. Its an all adult party. No kids.
If you don't have an AP or Disney Visa for discounts, I'd look into the price of the vouchers. Try Getawaytoday.com or Ares travel for vouchers. They've changed the way you buy them since I did it in September, so I'm not sure if they are worth it. The vouchers are the same price for brunch or dinner.
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Old 03-23-2010, 12:54 AM   #3
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If you don't have an AP or Disney Visa for discounts, I'd look into the price of the vouchers. Try Getawaytoday.com or Ares travel for vouchers. They've changed the way you buy them since I did it in September, so I'm not sure if they are worth it. The vouchers are the same price for brunch or dinner.
Thanks for the info. I appreciate it. I dont have an annual pass as much as I would really like one.
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Also check the voucher prices on last minute travel.com. They offer two different character meal vouchers, premium and regular. Goofys is in the Premium Catergory, I had to call them to ask The adult pricing is $34, including tax and gratuity. Not sure how that compares with Getaway and Ares, We used Ares last year and it worked great and definately saved money over walk in!
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What is the premium dining? I seen something briefly on regular and premium dining but it doesn't specify what that means.
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What is the premium dining? I seen something briefly on regular and premium dining but it doesn't specify what that means.
I can't remember all the restaurants are considered Premium vs Reguglar dining. However I do know that Goofy's is the Premium. And I know that Minnies and Friends Breakfast is considered the Regular dining. Those are the only two I asked about specifically.
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goofy an Ariel is premiums meals, all others are normal
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Are there added perks to premium vs regular?
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That lastminutetravel is a great deal!!! Has anyone used them before? Do they charge for shipping the vouchers or it it something that is emailed to you?
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That lastminutetravel is a great deal!!! Has anyone used them before? Do they charge for shipping the vouchers or it it something that is emailed to you?
I did call...but I haven't actually purchased the vouchers yet. There is no fee. I was told to let LMT know when we want the PS for and they will schedule for us and they said to take our emailed confirmation to the restaurant, they would have us all set. Not sure that it makes total sense to me and before I purchase, I will likely call again to see if I get the same answer. But yes, they have great pricing! It may be worth a call for you to verify how it works.
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We are also thinking of buying vouchers for Goofy's for this trip. Does anyone know if the tax and gratuity are included? And do ARES and/or GAT send you vouchers in the mail, and if so, how far in advance do they need to be ordered?
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We are also thinking of buying vouchers for Goofy's for this trip. Does anyone know if the tax and gratuity are included? And do ARES and/or GAT send you vouchers in the mail, and if so, how far in advance do they need to be ordered?

No nothing is mailed you get an email conf. which you take with you to the parks, show the conf. & your ID and you are given the voucher from a Cast Member. I know where to go I just don't know what it's called....
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We are also thinking of buying vouchers for Goofy's for this trip. Does anyone know if the tax and gratuity are included? And do ARES and/or GAT send you vouchers in the mail, and if so, how far in advance do they need to be ordered?
Yes taxes and gratuities are included on the voucher cost Your voucher is emailed to you and you turn it in at guest services (I think that's what it is) to get these ticket things that you take to the restaurant.
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