Candlelight Processional Dinner Package


#1

Has anyone ever done the dinner package for the Candlelight Processional? Is it worth the extra money?

What choice would be more kid freindly with a 10 year old?

How far in advance can you make the reservations?

Thanks in advance for the info!


#2

It is worth it to get the dinner package. Last year,I went to see Harry Hamlin do the CP. I didn’t have a package that night and I was in the 3rd to last row of the theater and I was the FIRST person on the stand-by line. Disney advertises the CP as being part of admission to Epcot,yet increasingly the audience is dinner package people.


#3

We feel the dinner package is worth it. You definitely get better seats being part of the dinner package. You have lots of choices for restaurants, take a look at the menus at www.allearsnet.com and see what would suit your 10 year old, and you too. We have tried the Rose & Crown and Le Cellier, I think Garden Grill is also one of the choices, which is also a very good choice!


#4

We booked in August or Sept for our Mid Sept trip. I feel it was worth EVERY penny!!! We had great seats, and great meals! WE ate in Germany at the beirgarten…if I remember right, it was one of the cheaper choices, it’s a buffet so everyone could find something they’d like. Plus the show is great and you can dance & participate in the show. Lots of fun!! Our kids loved it, they’re 11 yo, I think they were 9 when we ate their the 1st time…but they’re not picky eaters, nor do they go for the “kids food” so I can’t really tell you if they have a kids menu, w/macaroni & cheese, chicken nuggets, etc…but most restaurants do at WDW, so I’m sure they do too.


#5

OK, question about the Candlelight Processional Dinner Package…can you use it with the Dining Plan?? Let’s say I want to go to Le Cellier, but I want to use TS credits from the Dining Plan. Can I?? And is it only 1 TS credit?? If so, I am DEFINITELY doing it in December!


#6

I can’t wait to see the candlelight processional next year, I’ll totally do the dinner package (as long as I’m not IN the choir :smile:)


#7

I have heard that you can use a dining plan credit for the Candlelight Processional.


#8

The dinner package is the way to go. They do have different ‘tiers’ for pricing, based on the restaraunt you want to go to.