Though Disneyland introduced its exclusive Club 33 in 1967, the on-site members-only restaurant and lounge had yet to make its way across the country to Walt Disney World — until now. On April 13, a Disney spokesperson confirmed that Club 33 will soon exist in several of the Orlando parks.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Club 33 will be installed in Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by the Fall. It's about damn time, too! The club had previously been brought to Tokyo Disneyland and Shanghai Disneyland in 2016.
Much like its original iteration, membership to Club 33 will not come cheap. Memberships have reportedly cost $40,000 annually, however, other reports claim the membership price is actually closer to $12,000 a year. That's in addition to the hefty $25,000 down payment. This is all if you get approved, as the waiting list has about 800 names on it.
If you have the patience and funds, however, stay tunes for emerging news on this exciting addition . . . or continuously bug any of your friends who happen to be Club 33 members.