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Old 02-09-2013, 03:16 PM   #1
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Fireworks Dessert Party???? [reservations and cost]

How far in advance can you reserve it????? and does anyone know how much??? Thanks
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:31 PM   #2
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I think its 60 or 90 days out to book. I'm not sure of the cost.
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Old 02-09-2013, 04:37 PM   #3
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Can someone tell me what this is?

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Fireworks Dessert Party is a separately paid for food event held at Tomorrowland Terrace in MK. Limited number of people, seating, excellent desserts. We enjoyed it very much, especially not having to stand waiting for the fireworks to begin.
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Fireworks Dessert Party is a separately paid for food event held at Tomorrowland Terrace in MK. Limited number of people, seating, excellent desserts. We enjoyed it very much, especially not having to stand waiting for the fireworks to begin.
How do you go about reservations?
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You can reserve through Dining Reservations. Its usually open for reserving about six weeks in advance. approx $26 a person.
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Here's some info from AllEars.net: Magic Kingdom Fireworks Dessert Party

And from Disney: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/di...dessert-party/
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Thanks for the info! No luck in finding a reservations yet, but I'm gonna keep trying because this would be awesome!
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The page I read said 180 days in advance, and the DisneyWorld site had open dates through August 9th.

Glad I saw this thread. We decided to do it!
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Also, does anyone know if this is a pre-pay, or is it charged when you get there?

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Also, does anyone know if this is a pre-pay, or is it charged when you get there?

TIA.
It is prepay but well worth it.
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I think we're going to try this as well. Sounds awesome!
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Even though Disney's site says 180 days, this particular reservation is only 4-6 weeks out, as previously posted. For some reason, they don't load the dessert party into their system too far in advance. So your best bet is to just keep checking for it starting roughly 2 months prior - maybe 3 months just in case. Right now, they don't have April yet, only through March. I'm looking for April, so I just keep checking too!
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Thanks, Tanya! This will save me a little credit card heartburn for a while. I'll definitely mark it on my calendar
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It is prepay, and agree, well worth it. I can't stand the crowds, but love the fireworks. The desserts are a great bonus!
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