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Old 04-29-2013, 01:27 AM   #376
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I could eat all that in the pictures right now, LOL

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Take as much as you want, no one is watching anyone else, the CM's clear your plates away quickly so its not like you have a pile of plates at your table and there is SO MUCH food there that you will get full before most things run out. For the price I paid I was gonna try to get my money's worth LOL.
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:06 AM   #377
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Just going with what I was told by our Intinerary planner when we put it on our schedule for a MNSSHP night..that it is NOT offered then.
I did call WDW-DINE this morning and asked, and they said they couldn't look for this year yet, but that it was not offered during MNSSHP last year.
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:39 PM   #378
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They will not take your table away, the tables are per-assigned. I'll have pictures later this week to show you the view of the parade from the party location

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So if we have a 9pm ressie on a 10pm wishes night would we be ok to not arrive until 9:30 ish? There is no way we will eat sweets for an hour.
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Old 05-01-2013, 09:55 PM   #379
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So if we have a 9pm ressie on a 10pm wishes night would we be ok to not arrive until 9:30 ish? There is no way we will eat sweets for an hour.
At some point in the night, they do get to the point where they aren't refreshing the desserts. I forget what time this was around during our dessert party.

What my brother and SIL did with my nephews was to enter when the party started, have some desserts, then they went and rode Buzz Lightyear (probably around 9:20ish or so they left?) and they were back a few mins before Wishes.
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Old 05-02-2013, 02:36 AM   #380
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Does this mean at all during the month of September and October or just on those nights they had MNSSHP?

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I did call WDW-DINE this morning and asked, and they said they couldn't look for this year yet, but that it was not offered during MNSSHP last year.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:33 AM   #381
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Does this mean at all during the month of September and October or just on those nights they had MNSSHP?
I was only asking about MNSSHP nights. The CM indicated that the party is held on non-MNSSHP nights.
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At some point in the night, they do get to the point where they aren't refreshing the desserts. I forget what time this was around during our dessert party.

What my brother and SIL did with my nephews was to enter when the party started, have some desserts, then they went and rode Buzz Lightyear (probably around 9:20ish or so they left?) and they were back a few mins before Wishes.
Ok, thank you. That's a good idea.
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Old 05-03-2013, 10:48 AM   #383
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Good info here. Thanks!!!
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:01 AM   #384
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There will be dessert parties during MNSSHP, but you MUST buy a ticket to the MNSSHP in order to go to the Dessert Party. Both parties incur an additional cost on top of normal admission to the park

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I was wrong.... i was thinking of the party in December that they have for the holiday. The following comments read above are correct. There is NO party during MNSSHP. Sorry for the mis-information. I tried to edit the orginal post above, but having computer issues doing that.
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Old 05-04-2013, 09:37 PM   #385
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Has anyone taken a toddler to this? I have 3 sons - 11, 5 and the third will be almost 2 when we go in September. I figured this would be a way for us to see the fireworks up close but not have to sit in the crowd with the toddler. I'm starting to have doubts now at how well the toddler will do. Anyone done this with a little one with any success??
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:08 PM   #386
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Has anyone taken a toddler to this? I have 3 sons - 11, 5 and the third will be almost 2 when we go in September. I figured this would be a way for us to see the fireworks up close but not have to sit in the crowd with the toddler. I'm starting to have doubts now at how well the toddler will do. Anyone done this with a little one with any success??
My brother and SIL brought my 2 nephews (youngest is 3) without a problem. We got there when the party opened, they had their desserts, then my brother and SIL took them to ride Buzz. That was around 9:20-9:30ish. They were back in time for Wishes at 10. Both nephews had a great view of the fireworks, they got some yummy desserts - and no having to wait in one place (either on MS or at the party) for very long.
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:23 AM   #387
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My brother and SIL brought my 2 nephews (youngest is 3) without a problem. We got there when the party opened, they had their desserts, then my brother and SIL took them to ride Buzz. That was around 9:20-9:30ish. They were back in time for Wishes at 10. Both nephews had a great view of the fireworks, they got some yummy desserts - and no having to wait in one place (either on MS or at the party) for very long.
Sorry for butting in but this sorta answered a question I was wondering about. Can you enter the party area and then come and go as you wish? You're not stuck there until its over? Hope so. I'd like to go in and still and relax but the rest of the family may like to go on a couple quick rides and come back.
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Sorry for butting in but this sorta answered a question I was wondering about. Can you enter the party area and then come and go as you wish? You're not stuck there until its over? Hope so. I'd like to go in and still and relax but the rest of the family may like to go on a couple quick rides and come back.
You get a wristband that allows you to come and go.
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You get a wristband that allows you to come and go.
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Old 05-06-2013, 01:14 PM   #390
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Has anyone taken a toddler to this? I have 3 sons - 11, 5 and the third will be almost 2 when we go in September. I figured this would be a way for us to see the fireworks up close but not have to sit in the crowd with the toddler. I'm starting to have doubts now at how well the toddler will do. Anyone done this with a little one with any success??
My daughter was 18 months and did fine, in fact like you thought, it was easier than dealing with the crowd. Considering making another reservation for our trip this year.
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