The price of dinner show tickets will increase soon at Capone’s Dinner & Show. This smaller dinner attraction near Orlando has not had a price increase since September 2015. Before that, the last price increase happened in 2012. Today, it remains the best dinner show deal around. Even with the price increase, expected to go into effect February 1, 2018, the value-to-ticket-cost remains attractive for families and groups wanting to experience a Kissimmee dinner show.
Keep in mind, Capone’s offers half off ticket sales online or in many local coupon publications. You will not see tickets sold by resellers who mark them up.
Many of the larger theme parks in Orlando raise their ticket prices every year. The smaller attractions do so every once-in-a-while, usually to help cover the cost of higher operating expenses. In the last two years, we’ve seen food prices jump, gas prices fluctuate in a way nobody can predict, energy prices and taxes keep going up as well. Running a business with these variables can be challenging. The wise guys at Capone’s have done a great job and will continue to offer the best offer at a price that’s hard to refuse.
Any tickets bought before January 15, 2018, will be sold at the old/current price. On February 1, expect the general ticket price for adults to increase by $4, from the current price of $65.99 to $69.99*. Children 4 to 12 years of age will see dinner show tickets go from $41.99 to $45.99*. With the 50% off deal, this makes the ticket prices $34.99* and $22.99* respectively. Group tickets are still the way to go if you have 15 or more adults in your party. These tickets can start as low as $30.99* each. Group reservations must be called in to get the best offer. The phone number is 407-397-2378.
Want to save money? Purchase your tickets now! You can use the dinner show tickets for reservations up to several weeks from now and get the current rate! If you have an evening already set aside to see an Orlando dinner show, go ahead and purchase tickets now. The earlier you make your reservation, the better seats you get. You can change your date by calling in 24 hours before your reservation, however, you may lose your great seats by rescheduling. Also, you may have to pay the cost difference from the old price to the new price, if you have to reschedule after February 1st. Don’t know your date yet? Pick a date that is close to when you plan to visit the Orlando area. Just don’t forget to reschedule if your date doesn’t work out. Tickets are non-refundable, so reschedule as quickly as you can.
Dinner Show Tickets Still the Best Value
Capone’s Dinner & Show remains the best Orlando dinner show when it comes to value. You will not have to pay to park as some other shows require. Your ticket includes a delicious buffet, which includes a meat carving station and salad bar. The beverages are unlimited. You can read testimonial after testimonial of the wait staff keeping the glasses filled. Beverages include draft beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks. See the complete menu and drink list on the web.
Other Orlando attractions and dinner shows may raise their prices without warning, however, not Capone’s Dinner & Show. Big Al wants to…
“be square and let all yous know ‘bout this upcomin’ squeeze so as to not chisel any family member attendin’ my drum.”
As advice you shouldn’t refuse, unless facing serious consequences (as in a ticket price increase), you need to get your tickets before February and save!!
* Tax and gratuity not included in these totals.
For parties of 10 or more there will be a partial gratuity collected at check-in.
Read the 1920’s slang dictionary to better understand Al’s message/dialect. It’s fun to read prior to attending the show too!
Last Updated on January 19, 2018