Discussion in 'Walt Disney World Restaurants, Dining, Dining Plan' started by wishonastar, Sep 21, 2008.
what is a dde card and do I want one if I'm on the dining plan?
if you have an AP ( Annual Pass) you can get a DDE (Diney Dining Experience Card) . I believe the cost is $60.00 and is good for a year from date of purchase . It gives you a 20% off dinners, alcohol drinks and I think, not sure, free parking .
DDE is an anocronym for Disney Dining Experience card. The card allows for a 20% discount on food and alcohol at most table service locations. It is available only to FL residents and Annual Passholders.
You get free valet parking at the deluxe resorts
we have a page on it here
Thanks, Johnie ! Knew it was something like that . You get free parking with an AP
If you're on the DDP, you probably won't need the DDE card, unless you want it for free valet parking. If you are on the DDP, it implies you are staying at a WDW resort, so you would have free parking at the WDW parks and resorts, excluding valet parking at the resorts.
I believe that to purchase the DDE (recently renamed Table in Wonderland by Disney--at least I think that's the new name!), you must have an Annual Pass (AP) or Florida Resident Pass, or be a DVC member.
The DDE card is good for a year. If you are planning on returning within the year, the DDE card might be a good investment for you. However, with the DDP you really may not get your money's worth as the DDE works mostly in table service restuarants (where most people use their DDP).
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