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Tables in Wonderland

with these ADRs

Jiko

Tusker House Breakfast
Liberty Tree Tavern Dinner
T-Rex Dinner
House of Blues Gospel Brunch
ohana Dinner
Yak & Yeti Lunch
Restarant Merrakesh Dinner
Coral Reef Dinner

2 adults 2 kids would you get the Tables in Wonderland card?

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Yes because it saves money on beverages and appetizers plus it automatically adds the gratuity. I love the TiW card awesome

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How many people will be with you? I would say yes probably. Will you have drinks with your meal? You will 20% off of them too. Do you get a discount on the Tables In Wonderland card?
Oops, just saw a family of four. I would still say yes. Our dinner at Jiko for two is usually close to $200.

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Can I get them at the resorts?

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I am not really sure. We got ours in MK where you can make dining reservations.
They will also warn you not to lose the card because there is a $50 charge to issue another one so keep it in a safe place.

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Just googled it and it looks like you can only buy them in the parks, DTD at guest relations or through the mail.

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scrappy wrote:
Just googled it and it looks like you can only buy them in the parks, DTD at guest relations or through the mail.

thats what i saw too

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Yes, because it is valid at so many more CS and TS places, that you will use it often. I love mine but I did not renew ours because our next trip is DL and it is not recognized there. I will wait till we go to WDW again.

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Also, I just noticed two of your choices are not listed as taking it. I do not see Yak & Yetti. And the Gospel Brunch does not take it on Sundays. You may need to do some math to see if it will save you anything according to Allears.net.

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scrappy wrote:
Also, I just noticed two of your choices are not listed as taking it. I do not see Yak & Yetti. And the Gospel Brunch does not take it on Sundays. You may need to do some math to see if it will save you anything according to Allears.net.

I was just looking at the list also. I don't see T-Rex, unless I missed it.

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Technically speaking, the break even amount to spend for TIW:

$375 if the TiW was purchased at the passholder price of $75.
$500 if the TiW was purchased at the FL Resident/DVC Member price of $100

The 18% gratuity is calculated pre-discount, sales tax is calculated after discount. Because the tax is calculated on the discounted price, the break even amount is actually lower:

If you pay $100 for TIW, due to the tax savings, the break even is actually $467.50, not $500.
If you pay $75 for TIW, due to tax savings, the break even becomes $350.63, not $375

We always buy TIW, as it is good for 13 months, and we use it for 2-3 trips. No problem getting to the break even amount for us(especially if we have a bottle of wine with dinner a few times). I usually tip 20% anyways, so the discount covers the tip every meal.

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Skunk wrote:
. No problem getting to the break even amount for us(especially if we have a bottle of wine with dinner a few times). I usually tip 20% anyways, so the discount covers the tip every meal.

Same here Skunk. Just usually a few martini's instead, but I've been known get a nice Port after dinner now and then! wink