Disneyland Dining Discounts & Coupons
LAST UPDATE: 4/14/15
There are many Disneyland dining discounts available in the parks and resort hotels, as well as meal discounts, coupons and deals at nearby restaurants. You just have to know how to find them!
- Dining Reservations
- Avoid Seasonal Restaurant Price Increases
- Tips & Tricks for Saving in the Parks and Resorts
- Meal Vouchers
- Pre-Paid Dining Plan
- Printable Coupons, Kids Eat FREE and Other Restaurant Deals
- Birnbaum’s Disneyland Guidebook
- Disney’s Visa Card Discounts
- Disneyland Annual Passholder Discounts
- Disney Vacation Club Discounts
- D23 Member Discounts
- AARP Member Discounts
- AAA Member Discounts
- Landry’s Select Club
- Costco Deals on Restaurant Gift Cards
Most Disneyland visitors are locals who tend to plan their visits at the last minute. For that reason, it’s usually not very hard to get a table at Disneyland restaurants. In most cases you can skip making reservations, except perhaps in peak seasons like Spring Break and Christmas/New Year’s. If you don’t have a reservation, you can usually just walk up and put your name on the list. You may have to wait, but you should get seated eventually.
The Blue Bayou has limited seating space and is such a unique Disneyland experience that it can be a bit harder to get a table. If you don’t have an advance reservation, go straight to the restaurant when the the park opens and try to arrange a table.
- If you want to make dining reservations at Disneyland, you can call (714) 781-DINE (3463) up to 60 days in advance.
- You can make online dining reservations for all Disneyland Resort restaurants up to 60 days in advance.
- You are required to provide a credit card number for all dining reservations. A $10 per person penalty will be charged to the card if you don’t show for the reservation or if you don’t cancel at least 24 hours in advance.
Disneyland sometimes raises the prices of its Character meals during busy times of year. During these periods, a Character meal may cost you up to 25% more than normal! All of the Character meals participate in this upcharge and it is based purely on dates, not on any “enhanced” menus.
Easter / spring break time, summer and the Christmas-to-New Year’s period are usually subject to these increases.
If you needed another reason to avoid visiting Disneyland during peak seasons, this is a good one!
- Bringing in Outside Food and Drink
- Make Breakfast in Your Room
- Best Bets
- Check Out Portion Sizes to Cut Costs
- Table Service – Worth It?
Officially, Disney asks that no outside food or drink be brought into the theme parks. The official policy reads: “With the exception of food items for Guests with specific dietary restrictions, food or beverage items are not permitted into either of the Disneyland Resort theme parks.” You absolutely will NOT be allowed to bring in the following: hard-sided coolers, large coolers, glass containers, or alcoholic beverages.
Unofficially, the “no outside food” policy is not stringently enforced. Bags are searched, but a few items in a small (6-pack sized) soft-sided cooler (such as sandwiches, crackers, granola bars, juice boxes, sealed/unopened plastic bottles of water) will be ignored. For some reason they will not allow you to bring in unassembled sandwich makings (such as bread and peanut butter, even in a plastic jar) but preassembled sandwiches seem to be no problem.
If you eat your snack/meal very discreetly, without using park resources (e.g. taking up a table at a restaurant without buying anything) and you don’t make a mess, no one will say anything to you. If you would rather not risk it, there is a designated picnic area outside the gates of Disneyland, and there are lockers available that are large enough to store a moderate-sized cooler.
There are several advantages to eating breakfast in your hotel:
- It’s expensive to eat breakfast in the theme parks. You can save a lot of money by eating outside the parks.
- Eating breakfast before you leave the hotel allows you to hit the road earlier and get to the parks before the crowds arrive. It also means you’re not wasting precious morning hours (the least crowded of the day) sitting in a theme park restaurant.
- Many people find that their over-excited kids are much more focused on going to see Mickey than they are on eating breakfast — making a restaurant breakfast a real waste. MouseSavers.com reader Lynn H says, “More than once my son has eaten his breakfast cereal from a styrofoam cup with box milk. It saved us 45 minutes over a sit-down restaurant… [plus] starting the day with a familar food and routine for small children is invaluable.”
Consider bringing or buying a few items so that you can make breakfast in your hotel room. Many hotels provide a mini-fridge, a coffee maker and a daily packet of coffee, so it’s easy to put together a light breakfast before you head off to the parks. This is a great money-saver.
All of Disney’s resort rooms include a refrigerator (a mini-fridge in the hotel rooms and studios; a full-size fridge in the villas). Cold “Continental breakfast” items that require minimal preparation are ideal: individual cups of cold cereal, bakery items (pastries, bread, donuts, bagels), juice boxes, whole fruit (apples, oranges, bananas), boxed milk (white or chocolate) that doesn’t require refrigeration, peanut butter and cheese are all good bets. Other items to consider: instant oatmeal, instant cocoa, fruit cups, applesauce cups and hard-boiled eggs. If you want to bring items from home, we recommend using a small (six-pack sized) collapsable cooler, which can easily be packed in your luggage. If you’re flying, remember that you can’t bring any item that the TSA may consider a “gel” or “liquid” in your carry-on bags, so peanut butter, juice or milk boxes, applesauce cups, frozen gel packs, etc. will have to go in your checked bags.
When MouseSavers.com founder Mary Waring stayed at the Grand Californian in late March/early April 2011, she went to White Water Snacks, the counter service restaurant near the hotel pool, and bought some breakfast items (bagels, fruit and milk for my in-room coffee). Because that resort has Disney Vacation Club (timeshare) units, White Water carries some staple groceries in addition to prepared foods. Interestingly, she found that a single, plastic-wrapped bagel cost $2.29 in the “deli” section, but over on the shelves where staple groceries were stocked, you could buy a whole bag of 6 bagels for $2.69! Guess which one she picked. Individual packets of jam are available for free. She fed herself four simple breakfasts for well under $10 and even had a couple of bagels left over, one of which she ate on the plane trip home!
The Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel also offers in-room refrigerators and coffee makers, and has an on-site shop with a wide variety of grocery items at reasonable prices.
You’ll save a lot of money by sticking with counter-service or cafeteria-style restaurants, which are substantially cheaper than the table-service restaurants. If you look around you can find some decent options besides corn dogs, hamburgers and fries.
Note that the cheapest beverage options at all of the theme park counter service restaurants are apple juice, orange juice or milk, any of which will cost you $1.79, though the portion is small. (Or you can ask for a cup of ice water for FREE.) Regular-sized fountain sodas or bottled water run $2.79 each. And the cost of coffee or hot tea is an outrageous $2.79!
Some places that are relative bargains within the theme parks are Rancho del Zocalo, Riverbelle Terrace and Plaza Inn in Disneyland; and Pacific Wharf and Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta in Disney California Adventure.
- The plates at Rancho del Zocalo in Disneyland can be very substantial and filling, and the Mexican food served at this location is tasty. For example, one order of fish tacos includes two tacos (each with a fairly big piece of mahi and two corn tortillas, plus toppings) plus a lot of rice and beans. A tamale special includes a good-sized tamale, a serving of beef carnitas, rice, beans and several small flour tortillas.
- At Riverbelle Terrace in Disneyland, the freshly carved turkey sandwich, while a little pricy, is large and comes with two good-sized sides (baked beans and a cold item), plus there is a toppings bar with lettuce, tomato, onions, etc. The reasonably priced “Steamboat Breakfast” at that location includes three pancakes, scrambled eggs and three strips of bacon.
- MouseSavers.com reader Andrew S points out that “The Plaza Inn is a good dining option. I think a lot of people assume it is a character meal all day long. Turns out, after the Mickey and Minnie breakfast is over it turns into a regular [buffeteria-style] restaurant for lunch and dinner. The food is quite good, large portions, and decent prices. For about $15.00 you get half a chicken, large serving of mash taters, and a large serving of fresh green beans. More than enough to share between 2 people.”
- Pacific Wharf Cafe at Disney California Adventure serves a variety of hearty soups (clam chowder, broccoli & cheese, corn chowder or vegetarian chili) in a freshly-made sourdough bread bowl. You can order the soups with the bread bowl “on the side” if you wish: they’ll give you a container of soup and a whole loaf of bread. It’s quite a bit of food. Pacific Wharf also offers the least expensive breakfast in either of the theme parks.
- Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta offers reasonably priced and filling pizza, pasta and salads.
Outside the parks, the Earl of Sandwich, Jazz Kitchen takeout window and the Tortilla Jo’s takeout window in Downtown Disney are good bets. Both the Jazz Kitchen and Tortilla Jo’s have fairly expensive full-service restaurants, but check out the takeout window at each of these locations, where you can get something a little different at a reasonable price. There is seating nearby where you can enjoy your meal.
- Earl of Sandwich prices its high-quality, substantial hot sandwiches and meal-sized salads and wraps at $6.99. Kids (or not-too-hungry adults) can easily share one hot sandwich. Desserts and side dishes are reasonably priced. Breakfast sandwiches are a total bargain. Drinks are a little pricey, so if you’re really watching your pennies, bring your own. It is a strictly counter-service situation with long lines, which fortunately move fast. We love Earl of Sandwich and eat there all the time.
- At the Jazz Kitchen takeout window, try the beignets (New Orleans-style doughnuts), red beans and rice, or a po-boy (overstuffed sandwich), which comes with a hearty side dish. Fountain drinks are fairly expensive here, but there are free refills.
- At Tortilla Jo’s taqueria, try the tacos, which are quite a bargain considering the quality. The nachos are good: the portion is large and reasonably priced, too. The burritos are large and filling enough to be split by two people who aren’t starving. Fountain drinks are ridiculously overpriced here: order water or consider “aguas frescas” (fresh Mexican juices), which are cheaper and healthier!
Many of the entrees and combo meals served at Disneyland Resort cafeteria-style and counter-service restaurants include a large amount of food. If you’re not sure, a good trick at the counter-service restaurants and snack stands is to stand to one side for a minute and watch as people leave with their orders, so you can see how the portions look. If the portions are big and you are not big eaters, consider splitting an entrée or combo meal between two people. If you need just a little more food, possibly ordering an extra side dish or appetizer to share will be enough.
Adults looking for a smaller portion at the counter-service restaurants should not hesitate to order from the kids’ menu. No one will know you’re ordering the kids meal for an adult! The kids’ meals are an especially good deal because they include a cold beverage (you can usually choose from a small lowfat milk, small lowfat chocolate milk, juice box, small bottled water or small soda; some locations have a more limited selection of beverages, so check the posted menu). The kids’ meals are also often healthier than the adult options.
Unfortunately many of the kids’ offerings aren’t very exciting for adults (mac & cheese, hamburger, chicken fingers, pizza or “Kid’s POWER Pack”) but a few of the quick service restaurants have more interesting kids’ meals. In particular, check out French Market, Rancho del Zocalo, Riverbelle Terrace and Plaza Inn at Disneyland; and Flo’s V8 Cafe, Paradise Garden Grill, Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta, Cocina Cucamonga and Lucky Fortune Cookery at Disney California Adventure.
Adults are not allowed to order from the kids’ menu at full-service restaurants.
A good option at table-service restaurants, and one that works well for someone dining alone, is to substitute an appetizer for your entree. For instance, order two appetizers instead of an appetizer and an entree, or order an appetizer instead of an entree, thus leaving yourself room for dessert. Be sure to inquire about the portion size first — some appetizers are substantial and filling, but some aren’t.
In our opinion, the table-service restaurants inside the parks are generally not a very good value for the money.
- If you want a full-service meal in one of the theme parks, we recommend Carnation Cafe as a fairly reasonably priced option, with decent all-American food.
- The Carthay Circle Restaurant at Disney California Adventure is without a doubt the best restaurant in either of the Disneyland theme parks. The food is excellent and the ambiance will transport you back to Hollywood’s Golden Age, when Walt Disney himself was rubbing elbows with movie stars. The prices are very high ($22 for a gourmet hamburger), but if you are celebrating a special occasion or just want to splurge, your meal will be memorable. If you don’t have a reservation or just want a nibble, drop into their lounge for some unique cocktails and tasty bar bites.
- Blue Bayou is overpriced and the food is just OK, but it does have a unique and memorable ambiance you can’t experience anywhere else. If you just want to experience the restaurant, lunch is a better value.
- Cafe Orleans has approximately the same food quality as Blue Bayou, but is a little less expensive. They are famous for the Monte Cristo sandwich, a Disneyland tradition that has been served since 1966. To be honest, it’s a dietary nightmare – a ham, turkey and cheese sandwich that has been battered and deep-fried – but our kids absolutely love it. If you just want to try it out, you can split one as an appetizer.
- We just plain don’t like Ariel’s Grotto and Wine Country Trattoria in Disney California Adventure. MouseSavers.com founder Mary Waring had a miserable experience at both locations, more than once. The prices are high, the food is substandard, and the service is indifferent.
There are far better table-service options outside the theme parks. The restaurants in the three official Disneyland hotels are all quite good, though expensive, and we’ve had no major complaints about any of them. Steakhouse 55 and Napa Rose are particularly good, if you’re looking for a high-end dinner experience. For a character breakfast, the food is really good at Storytellers Cafe and we love the decor, but you’ll meet more characters and enjoy a bigger variety of foods at Goofy’s Kitchen.
In Downtown Disney, try the full-service side of La Brea Bakery Cafe, offering delicious sandwiches, soups and salads (there’s also a take-out window that is a little less expensive, if you don’t care about table service). For a high-end meal, Catal is excellent — worth the high prices. Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen and Tortilla Jo’s are both reliably decent, if overpriced. However, both have takeout windows that are a better deal.
The food quality at House of Blues is variable, but the atmosphere is enjoyable and the menu has a lot of choices. On our personal “avoid” list is Rainforest Cafe — in our opinion, the food is absolutely terrible and the prices are insane for such poor quality.
Lovers of Starbucks coffee drinks will be happy to hear that you can now order all Starbucks drinks (lattes, macchiatos, Frappucinos, you name it) at the Market House on Main Street, U.S.A. in Disneyland, as well as at Fiddler, Fifer & Practical Cafe on Buena Vista Street in Disney California Adventure.
- Annual Passholders get their usual discounts at these locations, including on Starbucks drinks.
- These locations do accept Starbucks cards as payment and you can earn “stars” in the Starbucks Rewards program for your purchases. However, they won’t allow you to take advantage of other benefits of that program, and you can’t redeem free birthday drinks or other free coffees that you may have earned through Starbucks Rewards.
If you know you will want to experience a Character meal at Disneyland, it is possible to buy vouchers for the meal in advance. Depending on whether you’re traveling during a period when Disney bumps up the meal prices (see above), you may save a few dollars in the process. This is also a way to prepay for elements of your vacation, so you don’t have to worry about it during your trip.
Meal vouchers don’t actually have to be used at the listed restaurants, though that’s usually the best deal. They have an actual cash value (see below for amounts) and can be redeemed for up to that value toward the cost of the meal, tax and tip at any other Disney table-service restaurant in the theme parks and hotels.
Meal Vouchers come in two types:
The Premium Character Dining voucher allows you to attend either Ariel’s Disney Princess Celebration (lunch or dinner) at Ariel’s Grotto in Disney’s California Adventure, or the Character Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner Buffet at Goofy’s Kitchen in the Disneyland Hotel. By far the best value is to use these for dinner. Premium Character Dining vouchers include meal, tax and gratuity if used at the listed restaurants; otherwise they have a value of $40 per adult, $21 per child toward a meal at any other Disney owned-and-operated restaurant.
The Character Dining voucher is for breakfast only. It allows you to choose from Minnie & Friends Breakfast at Plaza Inn in Disneyland; Surf’s Up! Breakfast at Disney’s PCH Grill in Paradise Pier Hotel; or Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Critter Breakfast at Storytellers Café in Grand Californian Hotel. Character Dining vouchers include meal, tax and gratuity if used at the listed restaurants; otherwise they have a value of $33 per adult, $17 per child toward a meal at any other Disney owned-and-operated restaurant.
- aRes Travel, a company we’ve been recommending for years, allows you to print a voucher at home, which you then take to a ticket window at Disneyland and exchange for the actual meal vouchers. This vendor charges a $2 per voucher convenience fee. You can order online (scroll down to find the vouchers) or call and speak with an actual person at (800) 680-0977.
Disneyland offers a pre-paid dining plan, which you can buy with any vacation package. However, this plan definitely won’t save you any money on your meals. You simply receive vouchers valued at exactly what you paid. This ties up your money and reduces your flexibility because the vouchers cannot be used at all Disneyland locations (including most or all of the Downtown Disney restaurants). You also can’t get change back from the vouchers, so you must spend at least their face value at each meal. We don’t recommend buying the dining plan at Disneyland.
There are quite a few printable coupons that can save you money on off-site restaurants in the Disneyland area. Most chain restaurants also have online email clubs, which are well worth joining, because they often send out great coupons. If they ask you to select a “favorite” location, pick the one near Disneyland (zip code 92802), since some clubs restrict their coupons to a particular location. Also, sign up for the club no more than 2 weeks prior to your trip, as many clubs send out a really fantastic introductory coupon, but it’s often good for only a short time.
- Earl of Sandwich (Downtown Disney) offers high-quality, substantial hot sandwiches, meal-sized salads and wraps at reasonable prices. Kids (or not-too-hungry adults) can easily share one hot sandwich. It has an eClub that you can join online for free. You’ll get a FREE sandwich on your birthday and other offers.
- The Patina Group operates several upscale restaurants in Downtown Disney: Catal, Naples and Tortilla Jo’s. Subscribe to their Patina News & Notes emails and receive a $30 coupon that can be used for your birthday celebration at one of the restaurants. (Coupon is sent about a week prior to birthday and is good for 60 days. You must make a reservation for a meal after 5:00 pm and mention the coupon. ID proving birthday and showing that you are 21 or over must be shown at time of meal.)
- Jamba Juice (Downtown Disney) – You can sign up for the free Insider program and receive offers by email.
- The Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau has a few printable restaurant coupons on its site. The coupons change periodically, but usually include some restaurants in Downtown Disney, GardenWalk and the McDonald’s right across the street from Disneyland.
- Anaheim GardenWalk – join their email club (upper right corner) and get newsletters containing printable coupons for restaurants in this mall, which is within walking distance of Disneyland.
- Orange County Restaurant Week is offered each spring. (In 2015, March 1-7.) During Restaurant Week, top restaurants offer special flat-price menus. Usually several of the Downtown Disney and Anaheim GardenWalk restaurants participate.
- Mimi’s Café (next door to Howard Johnson Hotel, within easy walking distance of Disneyland) has great food. It’s one of our favorite chain restaurants. Join the FREE Mimi’s E-Club and receive a coupon for a FREE 4-pack of muffins with $5 minimum purchase! Their muffins are awesome and huge! Coupon is good for about 2 weeks after you request it, so wait until just before your trip.
- Coco’s (1100 W. Katella Avenue, an easy walk from the three Disney hotels) has an eClub and will send you a coupon for a FREE dessert when you sign up.
- IHOP (International House of Pancakes) across the street from Disneyland at 1560 S. Harbor is certainly convenient, though we feel the food is mediocre. It offers “Kids Eat FREE” (with a paid adult) every day from 4:00 pm to midnight. You may want to call the restaurant at (714) 635-0933 to confirm that the offer is still available.
- Denny’s (right across the street from Disneyland at 1610 S. Harbor) is pretty average. Sign up for Denny’s Rewards to receive offers via email.
- Johnny Rockets, a 50s themed diner, is located in in Anaheim GardenWalk, less than a mile from Disneyland (take the ART shuttle if you don’t want to walk). Join the Johnny Rockets E-Club and get a coupon for a FREE hamburger with the purchase of any entree and drink.
- Buca di Beppo restaurant offers Italian food served family-style in a fun, themed atmosphere. It is about 1.4 miles down the street from Disneyland at 11757 Harbor, Garden Grove (near the Embassy Suites Anaheim South, in case you want to take the ART shuttle down there). Sign up for their eClub and get a coupon for a FREE small pasta and a $20 birthday gift! Enter zip code 92802 and choose the Anaheim location since the coupons usually are limited to a specific location.
- Joe’s Crab Shack is another fun family option, about 1.6 miles down Harbor from Disneyland at 12011 Harbor, Garden Grove (near the Anaheim Marriott Suites, in case you want to take the ART shuttle down there). This themed, reasonably-priced seafood restaurant is a hoot. Join their Joe Mail program and receive coupons by email. For instance, on MouseSavers.com founder Mary Waring’s birthday she received a coupon for a FREE appetizer (up to $7.99) with purchase of an entrée.
Birnbaum’s Disneyland Resort 2015 includes these food coupons:
- La Brea Bakery in Downtown Disney – 10% off final bill (excluding alcohol), valid 1/1/15 – 12/31/15.
- Wetzel’s Pretzels in Downtown Disney – FREE pretzel when you purchase 2 pretzels of equal or greater value, valid 1/1/15 – 12/31/15.
Save money at some Disneyland-area restaurants by purchasing discounted certificates from Restaurant.com. Most certificates are for a specific amount (usually $25) and you get them at a discounted price (usually $10 or less).
The Anaheim/Disneyland area restaurants offered through Restaurant.com also change frequently, so it’s always worth checking. At one time House of Blues in Downtown Disney was participating. If you’ll have a car, be sure to consider restaurants in Orange, Garden Grove and Fullerton, because those cities are very close to Disneyland. (The easiest way to find nearby restaurants is to search zip code 92802, and then narrow your search to within 1 mile or 5 miles of that zip code.)
- Click here for more details on Restaurant.com and possible discount codes that can save you even more!
Disney’s Visa cardholders get 10% off at select dining locations at the Disneyland Resort:
- Big Thunder Ranch
- River Belle Terrace
- French Market
Disney’s California Adventure
- Cocina Cucamonga Mexican Grill
- Wine Country Trattoria (lunch only)
- Paradise Garden Grill
Disneyland Resort Hotels
- Steakhouse 55 (breakfast only)
- The Lounge at Steakhouse 55 (breakfast only)
- Storytellers Café (lunch only)
- Disney’s PCH Grill (breakfast and dinner only)
- Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen (excludes special events or alcohol with a maximum discount of $40)
- Wetzel’s Pretzels
Offer excludes alcoholic beverages, merchandise, tobacco, room service, holiday buffets, tax and gratuity. Must use your valid Disney’s Visa card at time of purchase.
Disneyland Annual Passholders get meal discounts at Disneyland Resort:
- Southern California Select Passport, Southern California Annual Passport and Deluxe Annual Passport holders get 10% off meals at virtually all dining locations, including most Disneyland, Disney California Adventure and Disney hotel restaurants, as well as Downtown Disney restaurants.
- Premium and Premier Annual Passholders get 15% off meals at virtually all dining locations in Disneyland, Disney California Adventure and Disney hotels, and 10% off at most Downtown Disney restaurants.
- Click here to see the latest information about blackout dates and exclusions for Disneyland passholder discounts.
Unless otherwise specified, discounts apply to the Passholder and the Passholder’s dining party. Not valid at outdoor cart locations, snack locations, Club 33, Napa Rose, and Room Service locations. Dining discounts are not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions and exclude alcoholic beverages, tax and gratuity. Must show valid Annual Passport to receive Passholder discount. Discounts are nontransferable. Subject to change without notice.
Disneyland Annual Passholders also qualify for discounts at many restaurants in Anaheim GardenWalk, within walking distance of Disneyland. All discounts are subject to change.
- Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.: 10% off (excludes alcohol and merchandise)
- Cinnabon: 10% off
- Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory: 10% off
- Johnny Rockets: 20% off total bill
- Marble Slab Creamery: 10% off
- McCormick & Schmick’s: 10% off food (not applicable on previously discounted items)
- Mrs. Fields: 10% off
- Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory: 15% off store-made products; 10% off all other purchases
- San Sai Japanese Grill: 10% off
- Sertino’s Coffee Café: 10% off entire bill
Disney Vacation Club (DVC) members get a 10% meal discount at virtually all dining locations throughout Disneyland Resort.
Unless otherwise specified, discounts apply to a maximum party of 8 people. Not valid at outdoor cart locations, snack locations, Club 33, Napa Rose, and Room Service locations. Dining discounts are not valid in combination with any other discounts or promotions and exclude alcoholic beverages, tax and gratuity.
Must show valid DVC membership card to receive DVC discount. Discounts are nontransferable. Subject to change without notice.
D23 members get various dining discounts by presenting their membership card:
- Gold and Silver members get 15% off their bill at Catal in Downtown Disney. Expires 12/31/15.
- Gold and Silver members get 15% off their bill at Naples in Downtown Disney. Expires 12/31/15.
- Gold and Silver members get 15% off their bill at Tortilla Jo’s in Downtown Disney. Expires 12/31/15.
- Gold and Silver members get 15% off their bill at Uva Bar in Downtown Disney. Expires 12/31/15.
- Gold and Silver members get 15% off on meals and 10% off merchandise at House of Blues in Downtown Disney. Expires 12/31/15.
- Gold and Silver members who purchase two entrées will receive a bottle of house wine for one penny at Tangerine Grill & Patio in the Anabella Hotel across the street from the Disneyland Resort. Expires 12/31/15.
- All Landry’s restaurants offer 10% off to AARP members. Landry’s locations at or near Disneyland include Rainforest Café in Downtown Disney and Bubba Gump and McCormick & Schmick’s in the Anaheim Gardenwalk, which is a fairly easy walk from the Disneyland resort entrance on Harbor. Click here to learn more. Thanks to Marlene for info.
- Click here to see AARP benefits at Denny’s (there’s one right across the street from Disneyland at 1610 S. Harbor). Thanks to Marlene for info.
- All Landry’s restaurants offer 10% off to AAA members. Landry’s locations at or near Disneyland include Rainforest Café in Downtown Disney and Bubba Gump and McCormick & Schmick’s in the Anaheim Gardenwalk, which is a fairly easy walk from the Disneyland resort entrance on Harbor.
If you plan to eat at a lot of Landry’s restaurants it may be worth your while to buy a membership in the Landry’s Select Club. Landry’s locations at or near Disneyland include Rainforest Café in Downtown Disney and Bubba Gump and McCormick & Schmick’s in the Anaheim Gardenwalk, which is a fairly easy walk from the Disneyland resort entrance on Harbor.There is a one-time fee of $25, but you receive an immediate $25 credit on the card when you register online. Basically this is a rewards card: after you spend $250 (earning 250 points) at Landry’s restaurants, you get a $25 credit on the card that you can use toward your next meal. Points are not earned for the $25 membership enrollment fee, coupons and discounts, and (in some states) alcohol purchases. You also get a $25 credit during your birthday month.
If you are a Costco member and you plan to eat at one or more restaurants that are part of a chain, it’s always worthwhile to check out the restaurant gift cards available through your local warehouse, which are typically discounted by 20%. Keep in mind that a gift card for a particular restaurant brand in the chain might also be accepted at other restaurant brands owned by the same chain.
- As of late April 2014, many Costco stores and Costco.com have gift cards for McCormick & Schmick’s restaurants, priced at $79.99 for $100 worth of cards. McCormick & Schmick’s is part of the huge Landry’s chain, and gift cards from any Landry’s restaurant can be used at any other. Landry’s locations at or near Disneyland include Rainforest Café in Downtown Disney and Bubba Gump and McCormick & Schmick’s in the Anaheim Gardenwalk, which is a fairly easy walk from the Disneyland resort entrance on Harbor. However, please note: We have had many reports from readers that Rainforest Café will NOT allow you to combine gift cards with any type of discount or promotion, including Landry’s Select Club. Thanks to Don M for info.