Disney Dining Club

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  1. over50visits

    over50visits DIS Veteran

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    Just going through some old paperwork, and I came across a leftover, unused coupon book for the Disney Dining Club circa 1995. The price was $16.50 for a child, and included:

    1 - Breakfast or lunch
    1 - Lunch or Dinner
    1 - One hour rental of canopy boat or sprite at Disney Marketplace (now downtown Disney)
    1 - use of all transportation at WDW

    Meals included appetizer/salad, entree, beverage, dessert, tax, and tip.

    Included all the table service restaurants I can remember, plus the Luau. It did specify you couldn't get lobster at Coral Reef :)

    Too bad it has expired!
     
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  3. hstrickland

    hstrickland Way Down South...

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    Interesting!! I don't remember that...of course that was moons ago. Funny how things change. It had a coupon for transportation use???
     
  4. over50visits

    over50visits DIS Veteran

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    Yes; was a time transportation was actively restricted to onsite guests and those with park admission. IIRC Disney sold separate transportation passes you could buy for the day. Anyway, I do remember showing my pass from time to time getting on the bus. Many moons ago....
     
  5. kaybird

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    We used these, and also the old Food n Fun Packages. We even purchased a coupon book back in 1975 that included a breakfast at the Campgrounds with Chip and Dale!
     
  6. hstrickland

    hstrickland Way Down South...

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    I do remember as a kid when we stayed at the CR, they had one monorail for the resorts, and one for the MK...and I think you had to show them a room card if you were getting on the resort monorail. Is that correct??? It's been so long...like 25 years ago!
     

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