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yooperfan
08-01-2009, 07:17 AM
If I were to get dining (not free dining) would that be considered a room package? When the room packages for 2010 come out, will that be the price with dining or can they raise the price yet after that?

Luv2Roam
08-01-2009, 07:27 AM
A booking including a dining plan is a WDTC package. (Unless you are a DVC member on points.)
There are WDTC ticketless packages for AP-ers. So maybe that is what you mean by a room package.
Generally there are room only bookings and WDTC packages.
They all include rooms. But a room only is not a package. It covers only a room reservation.
And a DDP cannot be added to a room only res.

That is one thing nice about a package. Once the 2010 packages come out, and they are booked, they are pretty much locked in price. However, say you book a package, and things change, and you modify, rebook, etc, that's when prices could change (up or down from what we have seen here on the Dis). And the modifying will change to whatever is current.

yooperfan
08-01-2009, 09:21 AM
Thank you! That was a very clear explanation.