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    Club 33 Question!

    Okay, I was wondering about club 33! It's a restaurant as I know? But members only? How does one become a member? I'm confused on the whole, how to get into club 33 deal... I'm not going, just very curious!






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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    You gotta have money, and you have to be accepted onto a LONG waiting list. There are several topics floating about the message board about this.
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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    If you have to ask, you probably can't afford itl (I know I can't)

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    I'm going to Disneyland this weekend. A friend of a friend might kinda-sorta-if-the-planets-align-and-the-weather-holds-and-the-crick-don't-rise be able to get me in.

    I'm not holding out much hope, but it's the best shot I have!

    I'll keep you posted . . .

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    ~$10,000 one-time "initiation" fee.
    ~About $3,000 per year to remain a member.
    ~Entry/Meal costs same as park addmission.

    If not a member, you need to know a member to get in. The meal costs you the price of addmission though the meal comes with an admission ticket to Disneyland park so if you aren't an APer you can think of it as a free meal in Club33 with a purcahse of a day's admisison to DL or a free DL ticket with your Club33 reservation, which ever you like better
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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Quote Originally Posted by dlfreak
    ~$10,000 one-time "initiation" fee.
    ~About $3,000 per year to remain a member.
    ~Entry/Meal costs same as park addmission.

    If not a member, you need to know a member to get in. The meal costs you the price of addmission though the meal comes with an admission ticket to Disneyland park so if you aren't an APer you can think of it as a free meal in Club33 with a purcahse of a day's admisison to DL or a free DL ticket with your Club33 reservation, which ever you like better
    I would really hope Anyone who is or personaly knows a Club 33 member has an AP. If not that would be scary.
    Unless its a buisness or companies membership or somthing.Because That is some major Coin

    I acually met a woman at DL that said she had a membership to the 33.
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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    That's ridiculous :P






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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Quote Originally Posted by JDUB
    I would really hope Anyone who is or personaly knows a Club 33 member has an AP. If not that would be scary.
    Or one times their AP expiring around a trip to Club 33.

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    I have heard there is a way to bypass the waiting list....$$$...and certain famous people have done it.
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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Quote Originally Posted by dlfreak
    ~$10,000 one-time "initiation" fee.
    ~About $3,000 per year to remain a member.
    ~Entry/Meal costs same as park addmission.
    A friend's Dad has a membership, and he does not nearly pay that much my friend. He isnt a celeb, nor a high roller. He just loves DLR. May I ask where you recieved those numbers from?
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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Do note the squigglies which meant approximately. Those were aproximate numbers for the "Limited Corporate Membership" to Club 33 in which the membership card could be transfered to another employee when desired.

    Your friend's dad may not pay quite that much but is still paying quite a load for membership. An "Individual Membership" is ~$8,000 "initiation" fee and ~$2,000 annual due, membership card is non-transferable.
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    With all this talk of "off the shelf" and "on the back-burner" it seems the only thing that DCA is really missing is the kitchen sink!

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Is there a way to just have dinner there like once? That's all I want... Do I gotta know someone to get in then?

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Yup, the only way to have dinner (or lunch) in the club is to be a club member, or be invited by a club member.

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain EO
    Is there a way to just have dinner there like once? That's all I want... Do I gotta know someone to get in then?
    Yes, or put yourself on the years-long waiting list.
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    If I become a bum people are going to say "Don't give him money, he's just gonna use it on Disneyland."
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    With all this talk of "off the shelf" and "on the back-burner" it seems the only thing that DCA is really missing is the kitchen sink!

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    Re: Club 33 Question!

    Quote Originally Posted by dlfreak
    Do note the squigglies which meant approximately. Those were aproximate numbers for the "Limited Corporate Membership" to Club 33 in which the membership card could be transfered to another employee when desired.

    Your friend's dad may not pay quite that much but is still paying quite a load for membership. An "Individual Membership" is ~$8,000 "initiation" fee and ~$2,000 annual due, membership card is non-transferable.

    Once again, where do you pull your figures from? Everything heard about Club 33 gets blown way out of porportion, so if you can show me numbers, I will be less weary....

    but he still pays (and paid) less that those numbers.
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