Can you use the dining plan to book fantasmic package?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by jessieroo, May 4, 2009.

  1. jessieroo

    jessieroo DIS Veteran

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    If so how many credits is it and where do they sit you? Thanks!
     
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  3. snykymom

    snykymom Still tagless after all these years

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    Yes. H&V and Mama Melrose are 1 TS credit, Brown Derby is 2. I think they seat you at any available table.
     
  4. jessieroo

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    Thanks for the info!
     
  5. catne

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    yes. Hollywood & Vine and Mama Melrose are each 1 TS credit per person. Brown Derby is 2 TS per person. You must book the Fantasmic Package when you make your dinner reservations, and they sell out very quickly now...the times for Fantasmic Dinner seatings are between 3:30 & 5:30. 5-5:30 choices go very quickly so call at the earliest you can.

    After your meal, they will give you a voucher saying how many in your party. You'll be told to show up approx. 60 minutes before the show...you go in the regular entrance (they do not use the special entrance anymore) The CMs will direct you over to the right-hand side of the theater where they have 2 sections of seats roped off. If there are other seats open that you would prefer you can go sit there. But typically now that they only have 2 nights a week the place is full 60 minutes before show...without the dinner package seats you may be in the standing room only section.

    At about 30 minutes before the show, they take down the ropes on the reserved section and allow the public to fill in any empty seats, so don't be late. Enjoy the show:goodvibes
     
  6. jessieroo

    jessieroo DIS Veteran

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    Thanks that is very helpful!
     

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