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New pricing on transfers and food

LSLS

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
#1
Disney has updated their pricing.

Going up:
  • $40 (up $10) - Palo Brunch and dinner
  • $125 (up $30) - Remy dinner
  • $75 (up $15) - Remy brunch
  • $39 (up $4) - Port Canaveral transfer
Going DOWN:
  • $55 (down $15) - transfer from Rome
  • $35 (down $5) - transfer from Copenhagen
  • $118 (down $29) - Casatway Cay Cabana Swedish Massage
  • $220 (down $74) - Castaway Cay Couple Cabana Swedish Massage
 

LSLS

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
#4
You can probably tell what's popular and what isn't based on the new pricing. Glad my Remy dessert isn't included with those with increased prices ;)
Gotta say it takes Remy off my list. I still will probably book a Palo brunch just to try it, but Remy seems like a giant rip off at this point to me. I mean, for $50 more I can just go to Victoria and Albert's and get more courses. 30ish% increase is just way too much for me.
 
#10
I've never understood why people would use transfers in Rome, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Miami when you can Uber or taxi for 1/3 the price. I guess that might be why they adjusted the prices down.
 

Phonedave

Well-Known Member
#11
Gotta say it takes Remy off my list. I still will probably book a Palo brunch just to try it, but Remy seems like a giant rip off at this point to me. I mean, for $50 more I can just go to Victoria and Albert's and get more courses. 30ish% increase is just way too much for me.

Keep in mind that if you are going to Remy for dinner, you are also giving up your regular rotational dining, so if you include the value of that dinner you are no longer having, the price is even closer to V&A.
 

WildernessLodge

Well-Known Member
#13
$125 for Remy dinner?! I thought $95 was expensive enough... I'm going on my first Disney cruise in the fall and we were going to do dinner at Remy and brunch at Palo but now I'm thinking about the opposite...
 

ScoutN

OV 104
Premium Member
#14
On Sunday of this week, the non-platinum guests in my group at Palo received a $10 discount on their tickets. That may be because it was booked at $30. I had no clue about the price increase so seeing $40 minus a $10 discount threw me off. On that note, I feel like Palo Brunch has gotten even better.
 
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