Discounts now available for Club Villain through the end of January 2017

Nov 30, 2016 in "Club Villain at Disney's Hollywood Studios"

Posted: Wednesday November 30, 2016 9:26m EST by WDWMAGIC Staff

Club Villain at Disney's Hollywood Studios is now being offered at a discount rate for dates through January 2017.

The discount is available for Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members, and lowers the regular $129 price to $99, including tax and gratuity.

Reservations can be made via 407-WDW-DINE for Annual Passholders or via DVC Member Services for Disney Vacation Club members.

Disney is honoring the discount for existing reservations, call 407-WDW-DINE or the DVC Member Services if you already have a reservation at the higher rate.

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wdwmagicNov 30, 2016

Discounts now available for Club Villain through the end of January 2017

Jon81ukOct 24, 2016

Other reviews seemed very positive, I think it was therefore ok value at $99, but poor at $129.

nerdboyrockstarOct 24, 2016

I did like it but don't think it measures up to the price tag. I'd expect more "show" for the price but altogether the actual performed entertainment probably added up to...15-20 minutes? The rest of the time was a DJ spinning while you waited your turn for the villains meet and greet.. which, let's face it, aren't the rarest characters.

Cmdr_CrimsonOct 24, 2016

You know....I kind of miss that Club Disney thing they did...It was dark, relaxing (Albiet the music) But, the videos they showed on the screens were pretty good....

NearTheEarsOct 23, 2016

I'm not saying this in a mean way, but it seems like you've been doing most of these hard ticket, or upcharge events. Or at least have expressed interest in all of them. Do you do these instead of buying full days at the parks, or on top of that? If your paying for both, kudos to you. You must have worked quite hard to be able to take advantage of them. They are all pretty prices on top of park admission. I've said before, if I wasn't local, there's no way we could be taking regular vacations to WDW. Not totally because I couldn't afford it, but justifying the big cost would be tough.

21stampsOct 23, 2016

What didn't you like? I'm loosely considering this for our last night at WDW. My kid is 6 and I've only heard adults talk about it. I don't see an age restriction listed anywhere though.

nerdboyrockstarOct 23, 2016

I did this last month and can't say I really felt it was worth it. The $129 price is way too steep for what it is.

disneyfanmusicteacherOct 22, 2016

Any chance they would do this in April for Easter? My trip in October was cancelled because of the hurricane but I am back for the Star Wars con. Would love to do this to make up for the NSSHP I missed.

RapunzelsWeaveOct 21, 2016

And I would have said no during the following years trips: 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014 (x2), 2015. But 2016... yes. A resounding yes. They've crossed the line this year with prices vs. value.

21stampsOct 20, 2016

To the people who have been to this- If I take my 6 year old will there be other children as well? I'm debating between either the 11/26 or 12/3. Any opinion on if 5pm or 8pm is less crowded, or do they all sell out?

asianwayOct 20, 2016

Theyd be much further along had they not wet the bed at Villains unleashed. I agree, its coming.

monothingieOct 20, 2016

Prediction - In a couple of years most Disney Nighttime entertainment will be restricted to only hard ticket events. $79.95 per person to see Wishes!. But hey they throw a cupcake or cookie at you.

matt clarkOct 20, 2016

Someone will need to flip walt over again after this one......

Jones14Oct 20, 2016

Which part? The first or third?