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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Neverlandtink View Post
    Then there's the issue of paying once you get in!.When I went in with a friend of a friend, I had to not only have a pass or a ticket into the park, but my lunch at Club 33 cost me $60!
    Your Club reservation also includes entry into the park. You pick up a complimentary ticket at Guest Relations before entering. So your dinner is basically the cost of the day ticket. If you just take the ticket, and don't show up for your reservation, the member (whoever got you in) gets billed for it.
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by SusieP. View Post
    Your Club reservation also includes entry into the park. You pick up a complimentary ticket at Guest Relations before entering. So your dinner is basically the cost of the day ticket. If you just take the ticket, and don't show up for your reservation, the member (whoever got you in) gets billed for it.
    True. And, since you get a parkhopper (a $79 value) with any club 33 reservation, and only have to pay a minimum of $59 to eat there, you're the one that's getting a good value, and an excellent meal, when dining there.

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Sounds so exciting to go there !!!, some day, my prince will come...... or not but its always good to believe

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Some day I will get to eat lunch there...

    Or WDW will get smart, and have a similar place finally built...

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by claribella View Post
    Looks like we posted at the same time
    I do believe you are correct!

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by claribella View Post
    I did a search and couldn't find the answer but granted I'm at work so I can't do a thorough fine tooth comb search but ah well.

    How does one get a dinner at Club 33? You can't make reservations like at the Blue Bayou?
    There are various organizations that put up a dinner reservation for Club 33 for auction as a charitable donation.

    Now, I don't know whether you're paying for just the privilege of getting in the door, or whether you're paying for the whole dinner (AND entrance to the park).

    Here's one, bidding already closed:
    http://www.csudh.edu/athletics/media...3%20auction%22

    Here's another, third from bottom of page 2, price of food not included:
    http://www.csupomona.edu/~athletic/i...3%20auction%22

    A third one, minimum $1000 for 4:
    http://web.whittier.edu/broadoaks/auction/auction.htm


    And, yes, this has already been discussed here. The first google-monkey is free.
    Last edited by sediment; 09-11-2006 at 02:58 PM.
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Funny Story- Imagine being in line for Blue Bayou and seeing a family frantically asking questions about how to get into the club. How they found out I'll never know!
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by sediment View Post
    There are various organizations that put up a dinner reservation for Club 33 for auction as a charitable donation.

    Now, I don't know whether you're paying for just the privilege of getting in the door, or whether you're paying for the whole dinner (AND entrance to the park).

    Here's one, bidding already closed:
    http://www.csudh.edu/athletics/media...3%20auction%22

    Here's another, third from bottom of page 2, price of food not included:
    http://www.csupomona.edu/~athletic/i...3%20auction%22

    And, yes, this has already been discussed here. The first google-monkey is free.
    I didn't look at both, but I noticed from the second one that it's a "live auction" -- you have to be there or be registered with them. It's not available for bidding from the general public.

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    I've been on the waiting list for five years now...

    But you can bet that when I do "get the call", there will be plenty of invites offered to MC'ers!

    And no more "stuffiness", either. If you want an invite, all you'd have to do is ask.

    So hurry up and get me the papers! I'm (more than) willing and able! LOL

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by KDR View Post
    I didn't look at both, but I noticed from the second one that it's a "live auction" -- you have to be there or be registered with them. It's not available for bidding from the general public.
    And they have passed.
    Check eBay. In the past there have been club members donating the auction proceeds to charity. Some are not as civic-minded as they claim to be, though. Or so that was the story.

    Points I was trying to make:
    1. They're available, even if you don't know a member;
    2. They cost a lot of money. (Too much for me.)
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    I'm just a little over three years from my 60th birthday. One thing I would really like to do is celebrate that milestone at Club 33. I'd better get busy!
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    my husband and i both turned 35 this year, and its our goal to somehow find a way to have dinner there in 2011 for our 40th birthdays...it may happen, it may not...but we'll keep tryin!
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mad Hatter View Post
    I find it mildley comical that you had to pay for your coke when you worked for them.
    Good point! However, when I went with the Coca-Cola group, Coke definitely paid for it. (My brother-in-law works for them).

    ...And that evening I actually had a strawberry daquiri...

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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Chaney View Post
    I'm just a little over three years from my 60th birthday. One thing I would really like to do is celebrate that milestone at Club 33. I'd better get busy!
    Get busy befriending a club member?
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    Re: Dinner at Club 33 - HOW?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Chaney View Post
    I'm just a little over three years from my 60th birthday. One thing I would really like to do is celebrate that milestone at Club 33. I'd better get busy!
    Tom, You deserve to go, I do not feel worthy ,but my friend you are . my prayer is that you and your wife can go and have a fabulous time!!

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