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  • On Mar 7, 2008
    Laura from TN Asked

    Thanks to everyone, this is a great help! I have dinner reservation at 8:15 at Mama Melrosa's (June 08). I believe I read somewhere this is one of the restaurants that you can request a ticket to Fantasmic? Is this reservation too late for this?

    I'm glad we can help Laura!  As for the Fantasmic! "ticket" you are partially correct.  Mama Melrose is one of three restaurants at Disney's Hollywood Studios that participates in the Fantasmic! dining package.  To take advantage of this opportunity though, you need to make a special reservation for the package, not just the meal.  Guests who take part in the Fantasmic! dinner package receive a meal at either Mama Melrose, Hollywood & Vine, or the Hollywood Brown Derby.  After the meal, they are given tickets that will grant them access to a reserved seating area in the Fantasmic! ampitheater.  The upside to this is that you won't have to wait in line for hours to see the show.  Instead, you can arrive no less than 30 minutes prior to showtime and find a seat in the reserved seating section.

    This package does have limited availability.  Because your travel dates are quickly approaching, chances are that the Fantasmic! dinner package is sold out.  Of course, it never hurts to try.  To check for availability and make reservations, call 407-WDW-DINE.  Good Luck!
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