Disney Alters Perks for Members of Exclusive Club 33

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Victoria Dale, guest relations guide, holds open the door to the Club 33 restaurant for visitors on a special paid VIP tour at Disneyland in 2013. (Credit: Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times)

Victoria Dale, guest relations guide, holds open the door to the Club 33 restaurant for visitors on a special paid VIP tour at Disneyland in 2013. (Credit: Don Bartletti/Los Angeles Times)

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Some of Mickey Mouse’s high-roller friends have their tails in a twist.

For access to what is billed as “the most exclusive address in all of Disneyland” — Club 33 — many members pay $11,000 a year. Now some of those fans are piqued over what they say is a roll-back of their platinum-plated perks. Some are even contemplating canceling a membership so coveted that the waiting list is closed.

The current uproar has to do with how many extra VIP cards are allotted to platinum members, the highest level of non-corporate membership. This year each got three.

The cards allow a lucky few to enjoy many of the benefits of a member, including access to Disney parks and dining at the secretive Club 33 restaurant, tucked away in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square. VIP cardholders, who don’t need to be related to the member, enjoy those perks without the member present.

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