Just a couple of days ago we showed you some of the latest construction progress on the Magic Kingdom Club 33 location at the Adventureland Veranda, now we know just how much it’ll cost you to get in. The Club 33 pricing in Walt Disney World has been revealed and boy is it a whopper!
The Club 33 price and benefits are as the following:
- $33,000 Initial Membership
- $15,000 Annual Membership Fee
- Access to all 4 Club 33 locations in Walt Disney World
- 5 Day-long Guided VIP Tours
- Premier Pass for member, spouse and children under 26
- Access to private concierge service
- 50, 1-Day Park Hopper Passes per year
- Limited Number of instant FastPass+ reservations
Those are some nice perks, but I don’t think it’s going to be worth the steep price you have to pay. Let’s just face it, Club 33 pricing is for people not worried about saving any money, and more interested in making a statement.
The 4 Walt Disney World locations are as follows:
- Magic Kingdom: Adventureland Veranda
- Epcot: American Adventure
- Hollywood Studios: Catwalk Bar
- Animal Kingdom: ?
New doorbells and pass scanners have been already installed at the known Club 33 locations listed above, and it looks like it’s going to be a rush between the Catwalk Bar location in Hollywood Studios and the American Adventure location in Epcot to see who will open first with both scheduled to open this Spring. They are both significantly ahead of the other 2 locations, the one at Animal Kingdom still being unknown at this time. The Adventureland Veranda location has an opening date target for Fall 2018.
We’re still waiting for more info from Disney on the Club 33 project, and since they are already selling memberships to residents of Golden Oak, we should be hearing something soon!
I want to know what you think about the Club 33 Pricing in Walt Disney World.
- What do you think about the Club 33 price?
- Which location sounds the best to you?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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Thursday 9th of June 2022
I liked the article and have always been interested in how much it costs to be in the "club". To me, it actually doesn't seem like a huge expense considering the amount of perks and the drop off to $15k a year after for the same perks makes it even more of a deal for a family. We have been annual pass-holders for years and are currently nearing the end of our Magic key year. We got our "moneys worth" out of them all. Cost is all relative. It is an exclusive club! Most clubs especially "exclusive" ones are not cheap and memberships are limited to a certain number in order to give the member a good experience. As a lifelong Disney family and having my Grandfather forever immortalized as Johnny Appleseed by Walt, we will continue to go, when we can, to enjoy the magic with our kids and make those memories. When my parents took me as a child my mother told me about the underground "city" she got to go through when my Grandpa would perform there on the rising stage in Tommorowland back in the day when she was a kid, so Disneyland always fascinated me and I always loved going. To see the same fascination and love in my 5 and 3 yr old sons eyes makes it that much more special. Maybe one day we will get our opportunity to afford a membership!
Sunday 8th of March 2020
All I see is the shift from "Disney Magic" to "Disney Money". It is almost impossible to attend a park without saving a fairly large nest egg. From food, to balloons to snacks) to souvenirs, you won't be walking out of a park for under 200.00 per person. Now a new way to make the average person feel lower class and excluded. I think things should be going towards inclusive not exclusive.
Thursday 22nd of August 2019
Here’s the thing......I can’t even afford a 1 day park hopper for myself and my husband. Because we have a new mortgage and bills like most of middle class Americans. Sorry but the people who are being negative about membership not being pretty freakin outrageous are out of their minds and YES us Peons consider people who can afford these things .......STATEMENTS....sorrynotsorry.
Monday 23rd of September 2019
If you can't afford a 1 day park hopper then maybe you shouldn't have made yourself so "house poor". Live within your means. Don't eat out. Watch movies from home. I mean a one day park hopper is a couple of hundred dollars. We have a 5br house (empty nesters now) that is paid in full since we bought in 1999. We don't eat out or go to the movies and so our vacation budget is decent. We bought DVC and we could afford the D33 yearly fee, but we live too far away to really enjoy it. We vacation 2-3 times a year and often take our kids and their spouses and our 6 grandchildren with us. We only stay deluxe and have no regrets on putting our money on memories.
so, just because people can afford something that others can't then that does not make you a peon or the people whatever you stated. It just makes them and me the decision makers of our lives.
Turned 50 this year and I am so happy to not be in a 30 year mortgage. Save $5/week for each of you and you can get that one day hopper. Enjoy life-because you are not guaranteed tomorrow.
all the best.
Monday 20th of May 2019
Well, I am a member of WDW Club 33 - the cost is all relative... you either choose to spend money on it or don't. To sarcastically drop comments is immature to say the least.
Friday 31st of May 2019
RG didn't respond because he's a poser and is just taking big on the internet.
Friday 24th of May 2019
Hi RG, thanks for commenting. I didn't mean to offend anyone, I just don't see it as a good value. If you have a membership to Club 33 that is an amazing thing and I'm sure you enjoy it very much. Can I ask you your opinions on it so far? Do you think it's worth it, what do you like most, etc...
Sunday 7th of April 2019
The funny thing is, 33 members are likely exactly those people who are looking for free dining offerings...that’s how they became wealthy in the first place. From what I’ve read, 33 offers cool experiential things that aren’t offered elsewhere. That’s buying value, not chucking money into a hole.