Vote of the week: How much would you pay to get into Club 33?
Published: September 3, 2010 at 8:19 AM
The private club, located above New Orleans Square, sells memberships, but has been sold out for years. And if you are not a member, or a senior Disney manager, you can't make a reservation - at any price.
But what if you could? What if Disney suddenly decided to set aside a few Club 33 reservations each day, and make them available to "regular" park visitors at an extra charge?
How much would you pay to get into Club 33?
Now, we're talking just the charge to make a reservation. You'd still have to pay for your park ticket, and for the meal. So keep that in mind when deciding. Let's also assume that your reservation won't allow you to take over the joint - we'll say that the maximum for the ressie would be a party of four. (And in case anyone brings up the argument, let's also assume that this plan wouldn't take reservation space away from any existing members, just from some mid-level Disney managers instead.)
Please tell us how you voted, in the comments. And if you've dined before at Club 33, I'm sure that other Theme Park Insider readers would live to hear about that too! Have a great weekend, and thanks again for reading TPI.
Update: A reader suggests rephrasing this question this way: "How much would you bribe a Disney manager or Club 33 member to make a reservation on your behalf?" Cynics. ;-)