Holiday News! Tables in Wonderland Offers Complimentary Valet Parking at Downtown Disney

For the holiday season, Tables in Wonderland — Disney World’s popular dining discount program — is offering members complimentary valet parking at Downtown Disney!

Tables in Wonderland, Walt Disney World’s fee-based dining discount program offered to Florida residents, Annual Passholders, and Disney Vacation Club members, is a great way to save money if you are a frequent diner at Walt Disney World.

And now through January 1, 2014, Tables in Wonderland Members can valet park (one vehicle per membership card) at Downtown Disney for FREE when dining at a participating restaurant.

This is AWESOME — and you know it is if  you’ve ever tried to park at Downtown Disney during the SUPA busy holiday season shopping rush.

Valet parking is available daily from 4PM – 2AM. Black-out dates apply. See for all program policies.

Holiday Valet Parking Available at Downtown Disney West Side

As you near Downtown Disney West Side, valet parking can be found via Entrance 4. After your meal, visit the valet stand. You’ll need to present your membership card with a valid dining receipt from the participating Downtown Disney restaurant.

Black-out Dates:
Black-out dates for Tables in Wonderland are Mother’s Day, Easter Sunday, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day.

Note that valet parking is available for all guests for $15 per vehicle at Downtown Disney in Walt Disney World.

Are you a Tables in Wonderland Member? Will you use the valet parking perk? Let us know in the comments below!


  1. Frank Stefanec says

    I like that. Everything helps.
    One thing I’ve been confused with is this.. do you have to eat at the resort you park at to get the TIW free valet. Let’s say you Valet at the Poly… have a drink at the Tambu Lounge, your guest buys so you don’t pay there..(granted, Tambu Lounge takes TIW but for discussion…) you hop on the monorail, go to the Grand and dine at Citrico’s where you buy dinner with the TIW. If you take that TIW receipt from Citrico’s back to the Poly, is your valet there free??

  2. says

    Frank — I would say that you need to go to park at the resort where you are dining. So in your scenario, park at the Grand Floridian, take the monorail to Tambu for your drinks, and then return to Citrico’s for dinner before retrieving your vehicle. The rules for valet seem to indicate that the valet service must be for the participating restaurant in which you dine. You could always ask at Bell Services just to be safe.

  3. Jason says

    You do not have to eat where you valet. We parked at Beach Club, walked to The Studios, ate ate there, and had dessert at the Swan. As long as you have the receipt of a place that accepts the card, it does not matter where you eat.

  4. says

    Jason — Thanks for sharing and clarifying. I hadn’t had the issue to come up before, so it’s great to hear from someone who has!

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