Do you love to plan out your Advanced Dining Reservations at Walt Disney World? You will want to check out the big price increase coming to Magic Kingdom.
Price increases have become the norm over the last year. They have always been around, but it seems everything is much more expensive throughout this year.
At Disney World, we saw price increases for almost everything. From annual passes to day tickets, we are paying more for a Disney vacation. There are some savvy ways to save money like renting DVC points and sharing meals, but some things cannot be avoided.
Unfortunately, one of those things that cannot be avoided is food. Even if you pack your lunches and eat breakfast in your room, you cannot escape food purchases in the parks and resorts. You can see the most recent price increases for food HERE.
Now a favorite character dining experience will see a big price increase.
Cinderella Royal Table
Located in Cinderella Castle, Cinderella’s Royal Table is a fine dining experience that includes a meet with Cinderella. Unfortunately, the other princesses are not meeting Guests in the dining hall yet, but you can get a picture with Cinderella before heading upstairs.
Prior to the park closing, this was a full-character meal, but at the time it was still modified quite a bit for the hefty price tag. The bad news is that this already high-priced meal is about to cost even more.
Cinderella’s Royal Table is a pre-fixe menu allowing guests to select an entree and drink for breakfast and an appetizer, entree, dessert, and drink for dinner. Previously, breakfast was priced at $42 for adults and $27 for ages 9 and under. Now breakfast is increased to $45 for adults and $29 for ages 9 and under.
Now breakfast is increased to $45 for adults and $29 for ages 9 and under.
Cinderella’s Royal Table Lunch and Dinner previously cost $62 for adults and $37 for ages 9 and under. This price is now increased to $67 for adults and $39 for ages 9 and under.
For lunch and dinner, the price is now increased to $67 for adults and $39 for ages 9 and under.
Curious if this dining location is worth the hefty price tag? Be sure to check out Monica’s full review of Cinderella’s Royal Table HERE.
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