Anybody looking for the price at these buffets?


#1

We are going in 17 days and will be eating dinners at Ohana, Trails End and Cape May. I didn’t want to fall over since the food prices have been jumping like crazy. So I just called and asked and got the adult prices. They include tax but not tip.

Ohana 35.14

Trails End 24.49

Cape May 38.33


#2

I didn’t think Ohanna was that low. Is that the breakfast price or dinner?


#3

I asked for the dinner prices, so I’m hoping that’s right.


#4

I just checked a printout from our trip is Sept 2010, using a TIW card, a meal at Cape May was 63.97 for the 2 of us. So that’s roughly 32 (including tax) to this yr of 38. That’s around a 20% jump. :eek:


#5

These are for sure dinner prices.
Just keep in mind that after Thanksgiving, Disney will kick in their “holiday” pricing at buffets.


#6

I don’t believe the surcharges kick until mid-dec. I had called WDW to cancelled an ADR, so the CM knew the time span I was looking at, so I think we are ok with these prices.


#7

Wow I think I’ve been having free dining too long- I didn’t realise the buffets were that sort of price?


#8

The buffets have been creeping up in price for a while.
I recall breakfasts were about $17 and dinners were about $28 across the board.


#9

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1095741]The buffets have been creeping up in price for a while.
I recall breakfasts were about $17 and dinners were about $28 across the board.[/QUOTE]

About 20% in a little over a yr, isn’t creeping, it’s leaping. :eek:


#10

I was looking at prices online at Allears’s yesterday and I was shocked… but their numbers are still different from yours.

I am not a big fan of the DDP (I prefer the DDDP), but once I saw those prices I was happy to book it for next weeks trip! If you have a “kid”, you totally make out cost wise- rather than paying out of pocket. If you don’t, than I am not sold…


#11

It’s more like two or even three years though.
The prices were bumped in $1 and $2 increments over that timeframe.
I do recall dinner for two at Chef Mickey’s costing somewhere around $80 with tax and tip in June 2009 (no extras like specialty drinks or photo packs). I think that included the $4 per person upcharge for it being the period between Memorial Day and July 4th.


#12

[QUOTE=Soundgod;1095761]It’s more like two or even three years though.
The prices were bumped in $1 and $2 increments over that timeframe.
I do recall dinner for two at Chef Mickey’s costing somewhere around $80 with tax and tip in June 2009 (no extras like specialty drinks or photo packs). I think that included the $4 per person upcharge for it being the period between Memorial Day and July 4th.[/QUOTE]

I have the room printout from Sept 2010 and the cost using TIW for 2 adults at Cape May was 63.97. This yr, again using TIW math, it will cost about 10 dollars more for the two adult meals.


#13

Cape May at dinner is very overpriced!


#14

Agreed! :closedeye


#15

I’d like to modify an earlier comment.

ALL OF THE BUFFETS OVERCHARGE FOR DINNER!
Seriously, some of them are $40.00 per person for an adult for dinner.
$35 for breakfast at Chef Mickey’s and $28 at Cape May?!
Even the character breakfasts are starting to get stupidly expensive.