Did you want the 2nd showing or is the 1st showing sold out already?
I wanted the second show, really can't be sure we can get there in time for a 5pm dinner! So the first show is probably still available. I asked if they were getting pretty booked and she said it was still pretty open.
seems kind of wierd that they would even consider adding bleachers on the bridge. That would be such an eyesore since they would need to put them in advance of the first show and keep them there all night.
Maybe it's just me.
I don't see this as a great deal.
I would pay a good amount for a meal (I'm taking it as: not buffet, but a 3 course meal)
and no guarantee that I'll have a place to sit during the show.
If I'm paying a premium price, I would rather watch the show & eat dinner at the same time (I know, the view is bad...not my point).
I can eat somewhere else in the park
and have the same odds of getting a seat to see WOC
plus save some cash in the long run.
Last edited by DLFreak71; 05-27-2010 at 11:24 PM.
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I just called to change my reservation to 4:30 on June 11 at WCT from Ariel's Grotto after receiving a call from them saying that they were pushing my original reservation back to 7:30pm.
Also, I asked about the premium tickets, CM stated that the tickets we receive after paying is NOT for any particular showing and is just a ticket to get into the premium seating area, which means it's better to get the earliest seating possible I'm assuming.
ANddddddd, anyone noticed that they posted WoC on the entertainment schedule? It's currently set at 9pm and 10:15pm
Amen. I'm scared to even try to see it opening week, much less making some kind of dinner reservation that they haven't worked out the plans for.
i'm still iffy on whether i'm gonna actually use my reservations. i kinda just made them so that i would at least have the option hahah but this dining package is all just so up in the air how can you not be nervous about what craziness could go down?! hopefully we here more constructive information from Disney in the coming weeks.
I'm also curious (as an earlier poster asked) if anyone knows if Disney Dining is sticking to their usual within 60 days rule? We're going in late August and hoping that things will be running smoothly by then.
I don't think that this is a bad deal, especially if the seating is good. I'm sure they'll figure it out in the coming weeks. Those of you who are making reservations for the first night are brave souls!