ORLANDO

Where to SAVE in Orlando

Orlando can be expensive and dining is often a visitor’s single biggest expense. There’s no better or easier way to save in Orlando than Eat and Play Card – especially if you’re staying in an off-Disney property hotel, it’s your answer to a family dining plan…

Despite being vast geographically, most people on vacation in Orlando tend to eat, play, shop and stay in four key areas. For your convenience, you will find most Eat and Play Card participating merchants in these same areas:

  • International Drive
  • Disney/Lake Buena Vista
  • Kissimmee
  • Universal/CityWalk

Where to Eat in Orlando

Orlando has scores of terrific restaurants to match every taste and budget. Eat and Play Card participating restaurants are located right where you are – so there’s no need to go looking and you’ll never have to drive very far. Click here to see all the things to do Orlando with Eat and Play Card.

Where to Play in Orlando

While many visitors start their trip at Disney, Universal or SeaWorld, there’s so much more to see and do. And we’ve got you covered with the Eat and Play Card. Click here to see all the things to do in Orlando with Eat and Play Card.

Where to Shop in Orlando

Orlando was recently named America’s #4 shopping destination and with so many outlet malls, it’s no wonder. Eat and Play Card makes shopping more fun and affordable than ever. Click here to see where you can save on shopping in Orlando with Eat and Play Card.

Where to Golf in Orlando

Orlando is a golfer’s paradise with one of the country’s highest per capita number of golf courses. And for people looking to sneak in a round or two, Eat and Play Card has you covered. While many courses are a fair distance from most of Orlando’s hotels, we’ve chosen two of the best for quality and convenience.

How Much Can I Save?

Why settle for piddly fixed discounts like “save $1.50″ or a “free appetizer” so often available with coupons? With Eat and Play Card, every discount is a % off the TOTAL bill, so your savings are unlimited – the more you spend the more you’ll save.

Given people’s spending patterns and frequency of use vary, so too will savings. Over 10 days in Orlando, for example, one card can easily save a family of four, $500 and likely even more.