Prices Increased at Numerous Character Dining Experiences at Walt Disney World

Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary Relocating Temporarily Due to Unplanned Maintenance
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Bad news if you are planning a character dining experience soon at Walt Disney World. Overnight, Disney increased prices at a number of character dining experiences across the property, including ‘Ohana and Chef Mickey’s.

Chef Mickey's at the Contemporary Relocating Temporarily Due to Unplanned Maintenance

Here’s the listed of the effected character dining locations:

Walt Disney World Resorts

  • 1900 Park Fare (Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort)
  • Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast (Disney’s BoardWalk Inn)
  • Cape May Cafe (Disney’s Beach Club Resort)
  • Chef Mickey’s (Disney’s Contemporary Resort)
  • ‘Ohana (Disney’s Polynesian Resort)
  • Storybook Dining at Artist’s Point (Disney’s Wilderness Lodge)

Magic Kingdom

  • Crystal Palace

EPCOT

  • Akershus Royal Banquet
  • Garden Grill

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

  • Hollywood & Vine

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

  • Tusker House

For adults, the price increased by $1 for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at all the above locations. Children’s prices increased by $3-$4, depending on the location, a much higher percentage than the adult pricing.

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Regis Philbin
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Regis Philbin

I DON’T LIKE THIS!

Tyler
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Tyler

Jeez. I’m trying to save for a trip in December with my 4 kids. We were planning on ohana, and now we have to buy our sporks at Docking Bay. What’s next? $100 a head to ride Rise of the Resistance?

hildarumpole
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hildarumpole

Don’t give them any ideas.

Bruce Dukes
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Bruce Dukes

My friend. You pay more that $100 head for the Star Wars ride. You have to be up before the roosters racing to the park in hopes of getting on the ride. Think about it. On busy days you pay top dollar and almost ride nothing or just a few rides. Figure out what it costs to stay there and get into the park and you pay a lot. A scary lot.

Jeff
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Jeff

Its funny i was just talking about this with my daughter for our trip in August about not wanting to go Chef Mickeys because of the cost $$$.
I know its only a buck or two but the price is so expensive even before the increase.

Austin
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Austin

So it barely went up. Yall spend 3 to 4k on a trip but act like $3 more for a meal is going to bankrupt you😂

Logan
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Logan

Obviously you’re not to smart.

David
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David

You should spell “too” correctly if you’re going to accuse someone else of not being smart . . . lol

Jack Chester
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Jack Chester

Spoken like a clueless consumer!

Steve
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Steve

It didn’t used to be 3-4k … it’s the increases of $3 here, $2 there, $5 somewhere else that have added up. Everybody has a limit to what they can/will pay. The last few years of increases just keeping hit more people’s limits. You didn’t actually think they could keep raising prices and not turn away people, did you?

Austin
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Austin

People aren’t being turned away. Quite the opposite. Profit is up across the board. And yes its always been at least 3k for a 5 day trip for my family. We’ve been about every other year since 1999. $1 increases are barely noticeable. Everywhere raises prices. You just don’t notice it because they don’t announce it. I’ve been working in the food service industry and expenses rise all the time. Labor costs go up. But if you don’t change your pricing you’ll be losing money quick. A case of chicken for my store alone is $115 and we order at… Read more »

Kailyn Ziobrowski
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Kailyn Ziobrowski

Does this apply to current reservations, or to new reservations only?

Anonomouse
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Anonomouse

Dining prices don’t change based on when you made a reservation. It’s gone up for anyone eating there from this point forward no matter when you made the reservation.

Steve
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Steve

I assume it applies to all. You pay the price that is posted on the day you are there.

Walt
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Walt

ALL

John Watkins
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John Watkins

I hate the idea of prices going up, but these experiences are awesome, so this wont change my mind when I visit this fall. if you told me the food at Cosmic Rays was going up I might be mad!

Walt
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Walt

Disney must be wanting to go belly up. Soon only the 1% will be able to afford to go. So glad our family dropped Disney like a bad habit years ago when the greed got just to much. Shame that so many suckers dont see what is truly going on.

Donald King
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Donald King

You dropped Disney like a bad habit years ago but still spend time reading and posting on Disney centric web sites? That doesn’t add up.