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    I'm planning a 75th birthday celebration at Disneyland for my sister on May 9, 10 and 11, 2022. Any Club 33 members willing to offer a dinner reservation for the two of us? We are both Disney fanatics.

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    no.
    Big Thunder Ranch > Galaxys Edge

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    • #3
      Asking for a handout as your very first post. Nice.

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      • #4
        Joining MC just to plead for a sign in.
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        This has been a Filmways presentation dahling.

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        • #5
          From the Micechat rules: "Requests to gain access to Club 33 are not allowed. (This is for your protection so you don't get scammed.)"
          “I think, therefore I am... confused.”
          ― Benjamin Hoff, The Tao of Pooh

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          • #6
            From PhotoMatt's reply to one of the many requests for admission to Club 33:

            Hello, and welcome to MiceChat. I'm sorry that I have to close this thread, but it's MiceChat's policy not to allow requests like this.

            Here are the reasons:

            1. We don't want MiceChatters to get scammed by people offering reservations for money that turn out not to be real.
            2. It's against Club 33 rules for members to give access for money.
            3. The Club 33 member is responsible for everything their guests do, and most members won't give reservations to strangers because they have no idea how they will behave.
            "Disneyland is often called a magic kingdom because
            it combines fantasy and history, adventure and learning,
            together with every variety of recreation and fun,
            designed to appeal to everyone."

            - Walt Disney

            "Disneyland is all about turning movies into rides."
            - Michael Eisner

            "It's very symbiotic."
            - Bob Chapek

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            • #7
              Go solicit somewhere else. Please and thank you

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              • #8
                My uncle was an original member. He has long since passed.

                Club 33 is a very distant shadow of its former self. I don’t even have any interest in going at all. Thanks to the remodel it just is not the same. You’re not missing much.

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                • #9
                  Don’t think of this as me bashing cause I’m definitely not trying to but when people ask about Club 33 I think of it frok from a non bias POV:

                  As a lifelong Disney fan I can understand the curiosity of getting into Club 33 but at the same time I’d say as much of a fan as you could be, at the end of the day we have to respect the members rights and not solicit to gain access to Club 33. Like some above mentioned you could be the nicest person to set foot on earth but if the member who lets you in is ultimately responsible for you then you’ll have a hard time finding someone to agree to let you in.
                  It’s basically like saying “Can I stay in your house overnight while you’re gone?” Unless you trust that person in your home you probably won’t let em in for your safety.
                  Just my 2 cents. Again, not trying to offend. Just giving an honest reason as to why we should respect the members rights and not ask to be invited.

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                  • #10
                    The original poster apologized privately, so I think we can let it go and accept it as a mistake.
                    Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
                    My uncle was an original member. He has long since passed.

                    Club 33 is a very distant shadow of its former self. I don’t even have any interest in going at all. Thanks to the remodel it just is not the same. You’re not missing much.
                    That's unfortunate
                    “I think, therefore I am... confused.”
                    ― Benjamin Hoff, The Tao of Pooh

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Brian PieGuy View Post
                      The original poster apologized privately, so I think we can let it go and accept it as a mistake.

                      Agreed, apologies to the original poster as well if they took offense to my reply.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Brian PieGuy View Post
                        The original poster apologized privately, so I think we can let it go and accept it as a mistake.
                        Yeah I think it's unfortunate that the first knee-jerk reaction is to jump all over someone, especially since it's their first post. I could understand if it was someone who has been posting several hundred Posts. I probably would have done the same thing if I were in their shoes. A simple, "Hey. Welcome to MiceChat. I see you are new so you are probably not aware of the Forum Rules..."

                        Honestly, how many people here read the Forum Rules, TOSs, EULAs, or even their Home Warranty?

                        As they say, it doesn't hurt to ask - except on these Forums. Just a sign of the times I suppose.

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                        We need another Walt...and fast!

                        "It's always more difficult to recover than it is to do the right thing at the beginning" - Tony Baxter,
                        The Imagineering Story, Episode 4 "Hit or Miss"

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by AndrewLeeHi View Post
                          :

                          As a lifelong Disney fan I can understand the curiosity of getting into Club 33 but at the same time I’d say as much of a fan as you could be, at the end of the day we have to respect the members rights and not solicit to gain access to Club 33. Like some above mentioned you could be the nicest person to set foot on earth but if the member who lets you in is ultimately responsible for you then you’ll have a hard time finding someone to agree to let you in.
                          It’s basically like saying “Can I stay in your house overnight while you’re gone?” Unless you trust that person in your home you probably won’t let em in for your safety.
                          Just my 2 cents.
                          This is a good analogy.

                          Originally posted by Laugh-O-Grams View Post

                          Honestly, how many people here read the Forum Rules, TOSs, EULAs, or even their Home Warranty?


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                          I feel like the rules should have been moved to the top of the main page, or even the top of the Disneyland section. As of now, they're located in "The Fourms" section, which hardly anyone reads. I'm lucky if one person responds to my questions there.
                          “I think, therefore I am... confused.”
                          ― Benjamin Hoff, The Tao of Pooh

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                          • #14
                            My question is, is Club 33 really worth it? I mean yeah, it's exclusive as hell and costs an arm and a leg to gain access to it, but having seen images of what it's like inside doesn't really warrant the obscene price. Add on how sub par Disney park food tends to be, and honestly, I'd say a better place is Blue Bayou do to better atmosphere that can at least have a better justification over the price.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Laugh-O-Grams View Post

                              Honestly, how many people here read the Forum Rules, TOSs, EULAs, or even their Home Warranty?

                              As they say, it doesn't hurt to ask - except on these Forums. Just a sign of the times I suppose.
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                              Seriously? Perhaps it's a sign of the times that people have forgotten basic manners, and sometimes do need to be slapped, considering they are probably old enough to know better.

                              I always thought it was just common sense that, after spending the time and effort to sign up for a forum of fans, your very first post out of the gate was to ask to get into Club 33 was in poor taste. No introduction to speak of, no getting to know the members. No making friends here. Just a straight-up beg for the most exclusive experience in Disneyland on the very first post.

                              Sort of like joining a Carnival Cruise fan site and on your very first post asking if anyone can set them up with a balcony stateroom.

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by jish5555 View Post
                                My question is, is Club 33 really worth it? I mean yeah, it's exclusive as hell and costs an arm and a leg to gain access to it, but having seen images of what it's like inside doesn't really warrant the obscene price. Add on how sub par Disney park food tends to be, and honestly, I'd say a better place is Blue Bayou do to better atmosphere that can at least have a better justification over the price.
                                Every time in the past 5 years I have had any desire or even received an invite to go I find myself looking at the menu and then realizing it is just not something I would really enjoy. none of the food options particularly appeal to me and my FOMO is simply none existent these days. I have been been and seen many places both far and near and my bucket list of places to go if still very full with Club 33 being near the bottom if on the list at all.

                                I think back in the 80's & 90's was the last time I saw C33 as a something I would love to do. The cost is the only I find more over priced than the admission to park itself. I have gone to Blue Bayou a couple of times and minus the one time we were seated near the entrance with all the sunlight going in I have always enjoyed and recommended it. (just make sure to request a near the water seat when you register.)
                                Disneyland Fan since the 70's

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                                • #17
                                  Thanks to Bob Chapek, it's now only Club 3.

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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
                                    Thanks to Bob Chapek, it's now only Club 3.
                                    LL
                                    Soaring like an EAGLE !

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by jish5555 View Post
                                      My question is, is Club 33 really worth it? I mean yeah, it's exclusive as hell and costs an arm and a leg to gain access to it, but having seen images of what it's like inside doesn't really warrant the obscene price. Add on how sub par Disney park food tends to be, and honestly, I'd say a better place is Blue Bayou do to better atmosphere that can at least have a better justification over the price.
                                      If I had great gobs of cash, would I join? Sure. If only for the lounges and 'respite' that C33 and 1901 give from the hurly-burly of the parks. But if I had to 'squeeze' to make the payments, no.

                                      I've been once, through the good graces of an unknown member who gifted me with an un-asked for reservation. It was the old C33 with Chef Marcel and it was an evening I will remember all my life. To see C33 as Walt intended and designed it was a once in a lifetime experience. And Chef Marcel and crew gave me one of the tastiest gluten free dinners I have ever had, including an incredible dessert that was NOT ice cream (fellow Celiacs will get what I mean).

                                      Would I like to see and experience the 'new' C33 with Chef Sutton? Sure I would, for comparison and from curiosity to see the changes. But it wouldn't be the same 'Walt walked here' feeling.
                                      "Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain.​"

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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by Right Down Broadway View Post
                                        Seriously? Perhaps it's a sign of the times that people have forgotten basic manners, and sometimes do need to be slapped, considering they are probably old enough to know better.

                                        I always thought it was just common sense that, after spending the time and effort to sign up for a forum of fans, your very first post out of the gate was to ask to get into Club 33 was in poor taste. No introduction to speak of, no getting to know the members. No making friends here. Just a straight-up beg for the most exclusive experience in Disneyland on the very first post.

                                        Sort of like joining a Carnival Cruise fan site and on your very first post asking if anyone can set them up with a balcony stateroom.
                                        I suppose if you want to go through life being a heavy handed jerk, than I suppose we should just start slapping people around. And yes, you are right. It takes a lot of "time and effort" to sign up. It took me a whole 2 minutes.

                                        Ironically, I find this statement amusing, "...people have forgotten basic manners..." Hmmm, imagine that.

                                        We need another Walt...and fast!

                                        "It's always more difficult to recover than it is to do the right thing at the beginning" - Tony Baxter,
                                        The Imagineering Story, Episode 4 "Hit or Miss"

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