Most Orlando dinner shows offer some type of VIP upgrade with their ticket options. This VIP treatment could turn an ordinary visit to a show into an extraordinary evening. For some guests who are looking to make an extra special night out, it is a no-brainer. They will pay the price for extras and the best dinner show ticket options. For others that just want to have a nice night out, and stay within a budget, the VIP ticket upgrade is usually not of interest. Bargain tickets are perfect for them.

Above all, at Capone’s Dinner & Show, everyone is treated like a VIP. However, if you’d like to have preferred seating, bump your ticket up by $11 (when you purchase online). You’ll get center section seating or choice private tables. You can also get early admission into Al’s Four Deuces Lounge with tokens for table games (when available) and a take-home souvenir. These discount tickets are regularly $63.99 for adults and $39.99 for children (4-12), however, you can purchase online for half price. For less than $10 you can also add a prohibition-era costume accessory, such as a boa or fedora to your outfit for the evening and dress in style. It’s hard to beat this great Orlando attraction deal.

Other VIP Dinner Shows

Medieval Times VIP Package

Medieval Times offers 3 levels of upgrades at their Orlando dinner show, the most luxurious being the Queen’s Royalty Package. It includes guaranteed seating in the first-row of any section (or second-row, center section). It also includes an entrance group photo, Knights cheering banner, commemorative programs and a Behind the Scenes DVD. The cost is an additional $25.00 per person. Regular ticket prices are $64.95/adult (+tax & processing fee) and $36.95/child 12 and under (+tax & processing fee). Purchase other VIP dinner show packages for $12 and $18 per person.

At The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show you’re visit might include the dinner show, a visit to the Wonder Works attraction, as well as a game of Laser Tag. For $48.99/adult and $37.99/child, this VIP experience can be a lot of fun and fill an entire afternoon and evening. Save the Orlando dinner show for last, so your food will settle. The games and interaction can really be fun and exciting with a lot of energy expended.

Pirates Dinner Adventure regular tickets start at $67.95+ tax for adults and $41.95+ tax for children. Add an additional $25 to $40 per ticket and you’ll gain access to various VIP treatments. These upgrades seat you in the front row (or near) with access to the show area, gift shop discounts, and in some cases, interaction with the pirates and a champagne toast. Other piecemeal offers include a souvenir program ($5) and a photograph ($15).

Sleuth’s Mystery Dinner Shows regular ticket prices are $67.95 + tax for adults and Children 3-11 are $29.95 + tax. Their VIP tickets will increase your cost by $20 each and includes front & center seats, souvenir glass & specialty drink, and 10% off any gift shop purchases. If you’re in Orlando for more than one evening, check out their comedy shows and have some great laughs.

Upgraded Tickets

Additionally, if planning a day at SeaWorld and you’d like to be treated to a VIP dining experience, check out the Ultimate VIP Tour.  Pricing varies, but you can expect to pay about $400 per person on top of your park admission ticket currently at $89.99/day for adults. You’ll be treated to a great meal while watching trainers interact with the animals.

If a day at Disney is on your vacation list, and you’d like to catch an Orlando dinner show, you can stay within the property and head over to Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and catch the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue. This Orlando dinner show offers 3 tiers of seating. So if you want the VIP treatment, choose the main floor (category 1). Enjoy the best seats for this frontier-style dinner show. Prices run $74 for adults and $44 for children.

Lastly, no matter which Orlando dinner show you attend, get the VIP treatment and indulge a little! Make a fun evening of it and go all out. Everyone should feel like a very important person when dining out in Orlando. Splurge and enjoy!

Last Updated on June 10, 2022