For a real gravity-defying haute dining experience, you have to lose the walls, the floor and the windows and do Dinner in the Sky (prices vary). Pass the salt -- carefully.
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The food is almost as good as the view —
Dinner in the Sky allows you and your closest 21 VIP friends to enjoy a multicourse dining adventure at a table suspended 18 stories high.
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Disney World Premium VIP Tour —
The Disney World Premium VIP Tour (from $315 per hour) includes a door-to-door resort guide overseeing a personally customized, multipark itinerary. This is the real princess treatment.
VIP Nation —
VIP Nation specializes in premium VIP packages and rare access to your favorite musical artists. Dying to meet Ozzy or Sting? These guys might be able to hook you up.
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Exclusive Universal Studios VIP Experience —
Universal's VIP package ($299) gets you a personal park guide, VIP meal service, hours of front-of-line ride benefits and, best of all, back-lot access to otherwise off-limits sound stages, props warehouses, costume departments and all those immortal exterior sets from your favorite old Jim Carrey and Harry Potter flicks.
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SeaWorld Orlando's Private VIP Tour —
SeaWorld Orlando's Private VIP Tour (from $299) allows visitors to attend feeding sessions with dolphins, sea lions and stingrays.
Vegas V Card —
The V Card ($149.99) allows you to cut through long lines, escape crazy cover charges and score two-for-one drinks at venues all over the Vegas Strip, like the Marquee nightclub.
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Vegas V Card —
The V Card lets frequent Vegas visitors check off 40-plus ultra lounges, nightclubs and all-hours pool parties over the course of several visits. Or one crazy weekend.