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  • On Oct 8, 2008
    Neil from NJ Asked

    Got your answer about the Candelight Processional dinner. Ok, what do you mean by tiers, and what are the benefits for each tier level? I am assuming that the higher the tier, the better the view. Am I right? Thanks for your help.

    Click HERE to see the prior question, which lists all of the participating Candlelight Processional restaurants, per tier.


    Neil,

    No, all of the packages offer the same access to priority seating.  The difference in tiers is simply the cost of the restaurants.  The higher the tier, the more expensive the restaurant. 

    I should also mention that it is also cheaper to get a package for the earliest show (5 pm "seating 1") vs. the two later shows (6:45 "seating 2" and 8:15 "seating 3").  Note: "Seating 1" (for the 5 pm show) will be a lunch, not a dinner.

    Here is how the 2008 pricing works (these prices do not include taxes nor gratuity):
     - Tier 1:  "Seating 1" (lunch) is $27.99 for adults and $12.99 for ages 3-9. Pricing for Seating 2 & 3 (dinner) is $44.99 for adults and $14.99 for ages 3-9

    - Tier 2: "Seating 1" (lunch) is $37.99 for adults and $12.99 for ages 3-9. Pricing for Seating 2 & 3 (dinner) is $53.99 for adults and $14.99 for ages 3-9

    - Tier 3: "Seating 1" (lunch) is $44.99 for adults and $12.99 for ages 3-9. Pricing for Seating 2 & 3 (dinner) is $53.99 for adults and $14.99 for ages 3-9

    Hope that helps.

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