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Old 09-26-2018, 09:59 PM   #1
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Question Tables in Wonderland is it worth it?

We are debating if TIW is worth getting, we have APs so we have that discount for dining but of course it doesnít work for alcohol. So my question is what has your experience been with TIW? Was it worth the money? Also can you use Disney gift cards to purchase it? All opinions and experiences are very much appreciated!
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Hi - we often purchase a TIW card and always just do math to see if it is worthwhile. If you have an annual pass or are DVC the card costs 150. The discount is 20% so you would need to spend 750 on eligible meals and drink to break even. The card can span 13 months potentially, for example if you activate it on feb 1, it is good until feb 28 of following year.
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For us, at $150, it’s just not worth it anymore.
We use the AP or DVC 10% discount.
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