Dining is a big deal with lots of Disney guests, and I have stumbled across one of the best secret dining perks you can find.
If you are a fan of T-Rex, Rainforext Cafe, and/or Yak & Yeti in Disney World, you should join Landry’s Select Club immediately!
You can sign up online or in person at any Landry location (you do NOT have to dine there that day to join).
For $25 you get:
- $25 back on the card immediately after you activate/register it online – making the card free to buy, technically.
- $25 on your birth month every year.
- $25 each time you earn 250 points ($1=1 point in my understanding, this may change at any time. It also counts if you purchase gift cards on site.).
- Preferred seating. Which means if you can’t get a reservation, you don’t need one because you can walk up, show your card, and be treated like you did reserve a table.
- 10% off in most restaurant stores (does not count towards Build-A-Dino).
- The card never expires so you do not have to pay $25 for it every year.
And this does not only work at the 4 Disney World locations (which are T-Rex in Downtown Disney, Rainforest Cafe in Downtown Disney, Rainforest Cafe in Animal Kingdom, and Yak & Yeti in Animal Kingdom). You can use this card at any of the hundreds of Landry locations around the country. Some of their more known restaurants include Morton’s Steakhouse, McCormick and Schmick’s, Golden Nuggets, Bubba Gump, Harlow’s, and The Crab House, among many others, so chances are there are several restaurants owned by Landry in your nearest big city.
I can’t recommend this card highly enough. We just went to T-Rex and skipped a huge line of people waiting for a table, which we were told was a three hour wait for non-reservation guests, and our nearly $40 bill turned into $13.01 after our $25 welcome/registration bonus was applied. T-Rex and Rainforest Cafe are two of my kid’s favorite places to eat, so I know we’ll be using this card for years to come. And, just for clarification, I am not being paid or compensated for this endorsement, I just wish I was more aware that it existed when we went to Rainforest Cafe in June!