For the First Time in a Decade, Disneyland Opens Up Membership to Über-Exclusive Club 33

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For those who never thought they'd cross "Become a Club 33 member" off their bucket lists, there's now a glimmer of hope. 

Disneyland is finally opening up membership to the secretive, insanely exclusive club located in New Orleans Square near Pirates of the Caribbean. No new names have been taken in the past 10 years. 

Want in? First, you must already be in line. Orange County Register reports that Disney will be sending out embossed invitations (fancy!) to the first 100 people on the 800-person waiting list.  

Second, you need $25,000 for the initiation fee. And $10,000 for your annual dues. Membership includes a family set of non-blocked-out annual passports and a set of guest passes, as well as the baller ability to get people into the park as long as they spend the price of an admission ticket at Club 33.

That's it. You're in. Tell us if you're one of the Chosen Ones so we can try to be your best friend.  

If you still can't make your way the club, you can still live vicariously through Anne Marie's review

California Adventure will also be getting a new private club called 1901, the year Walt Disney was born.  

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Joe
Joe

I've been there more than a dozen times.  For the price of a two-park hopper ticket, you get admission to both parks plus a pretty darn good meal (with alcohol) in a very attractive, relaxed space.  It's the only way I'll go to Disneyland.

909Jeff
909Jeff

From what I've been told by our corpo hookup they no longer give you the park hopper... 

Joe
Joe

They made a bunch of changes in the past year.  Not as good of a deal as it used to be.

909Jeff
909Jeff

We'll see I'm trying to book a dinner there for someone so when I get it locked down I'l know what the new rules are. 

ageofknowledge
ageofknowledge

I would have loved it in the old days but now Disneyland has been stripped so badly to keep it liability free that it's not worth it to me anymore to go.

Vinhawk_2000
Vinhawk_2000

been there there a few times, sunday brunch it's definitely worth the money. My accountant has the membership, I just enjoy without paying the dues.

Bill T.
Bill T.

Think your accountant might be interested in adopting a 64-year-old?  I'm house broken. Mostly.

Ob1 Tiffany
Ob1 Tiffany

Love my 33 membership!  It is AWESOME! Best food EVER!

Catherine Turley
Catherine Turley

those 800 people are going to have some serious explaining to do when they get to the gates of heaven.

Bill T.
Bill T.

Going to Disneyland, that right there is some serious sinning.

What gives you the insight to assume that 800 total strangers are some sort of degenerates that are all doomed to Hell?

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