100,000 a year for eating at Disney? Really? There are plenty of 5 star restaurants to enjoy without the costs associated with Disney's Club 33.
(Insider) "Club 33 is a secret five-star restaurant that the regular public cannot access. There are only two ways to get into Club 33: being an exclusive member, or being invited by one.
Membership costs up to $100,000 annually, with a reported $12,500 to $30,000 in additional annual fees. As of 2012, there was a 14-year waiting list for membership applicants.
The club was the brainchild of Walt Disney himself, who, after the 1964 World's Fair, envisioned opening a secret apartment for entertaining corporate sponsors and special guests near his own apartment, which was above the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. Unfortunately, Walt Disney never saw his idea come to fruition, as Club 33 opened in 1967, about six months after his death. Originally designed by Walt Disney's wife Lillian, Club 33 underwent extensive renovations and expansions in 2014, and now looks completely different than it used to." Click here to read more.