TiW Price Increase

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  1. erionm

    erionm DIS Veteran

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    The prices for the TiW card went up.

    The TiW Website is showing $100 for Passholders & DVC Members. Since all other prices except for the member price on the website indicate an increase, I suspect the member price shown may be incorrect.
    FL Resident Price is not $125.
    Spouse/Partner card is unchanged at $50.

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  3. DebbieB

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    Was DVC member $100 before? Only AP was $75?
     
  4. erionm

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    Yes. Passholder price increased from $75 to $100. FL Resident price increased from $100 to $125. Member price was same as FL Resident at $100 prior to adjustments in Passholder and FL Resident pricing.

    Maybe DVC was able to get better pricing with the TiW group this time around.
     
  5. DebbieB

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    That's good news. Members complain about perks, but there's the little things that members get breaks on. Plus the huge PAP discount, even though it is limited time!
     
  6. Deb & Bill

    Deb & Bill DVC-Trivia Contest, Apr-2006: Honorable Mention

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    If the DVC member price goes to $125 that means you have to spend about $625 just to break even. I think we bought our last TIW card.
     
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  8. vacationer1954

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    I think we will generally spend between $500-$550 per trip, so TiW always required two trips within 12 months to pay off. If it does increase for us, nothing really would change. It still wouldn't be worth it for one trip and it still would be worth it for two trips.
     
  9. bobbiwoz

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    Well, there are 7 of us when we vacation with family and we do spend more than $625 over the course of a few visits, so its's disappointing to see it go up in price, but it will still be to our benefit to have it.
     
  10. DebbieB

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    The member price is remaining $100. Breakeven is $500.

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  11. bbluvsdis

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    Am I reading this correctly that annual passholders still get the TIW for $75? If you scroll down to the bottom of the page it says AP holders get a $25 discount.
     
  12. DebbieB

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    I think they consider $125 to be the regular price now. Otherwise, why would they specifically have $100 at the top for annual passholders.
     
  13. Kidanifan08

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    What I am wondering is what this fee covers. A 25-33% increase seems steep.

    We'll still plan on getting one, since the prices at the restaurants keep going up, making it easier to get to $500 over the course of a 10 day stay.
     
  14. Cyndibear

    Cyndibear I love my DVC's!!!!

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    This kinda stinks. We were able to take advantage of the $75 card cause we have AP's. To look on the positive side, at least the DVC price did not go up to $125......yet.

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  15. DougEMG

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    Bummer, I had been thinking about getting one this next trip to try out. We're not big dinning out people. Might have to reconsider this and pass on it again.
     
  16. Disney52303

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    When is/was this effective? We just bought PAP and TiW on Friday and I paid $75.
     
  17. Jousey

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    I am sad to see the AP price go up but atleast the DVC price stayed the same.
     
  18. erionm

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  19. Disney52303

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    Wow guess we got lucky buying 9pm on 11/30.
     
  20. ADP

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    The percentage of this increase is astronomical. 33% for AP and DVC members and 25% for Florida Residents. Too much, too fast! What happened to the $5 to $10 increases we used to see for TiW?
     
  21. jekjones1558

    jekjones1558 Always happy at Disney

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    ITA. We are eating on property less and less often. The food is mostly way overpriced in relation to the quality. We always rent a car so it is easy to go elsewhere. I will think long and hard before buying TIW again. And if I don't buy it, we will eat on property even less.
     

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