View Full Version : Is this a good deal using a free dining code?

03-09-2010, 12:10 PM
Four people - 2 Adults and 2 Children (ages 6 and 12)
Free QS dining plan code for all four
Basic park tickets
Going April 10th - April 17th.
Staying All-stars Music suite

03-09-2010, 12:54 PM
what was the price without air
we are 2 adults 2 kids (8 and 5)
14 night CRS reg meal plan and insurance
our price with the 30% off room was $4450

then we got the free quick dinning lost the room discount, and we saved a lot
so we paid to up grade to the reg dining ($10 per adult and $2 for the kids)
we were still well under the $4450
then we upgraded DS to a 10 year old for the meal plan paid $39 for his adult ticket up grade $8 more (already had paid $2 to upfrade him to the reg plan)
and the same package came in at $4410
so cash wise we didn't save because of all the upgrading but value was it was about a $448 value it added to out trip with DS upgrade to a 10 old

03-09-2010, 01:12 PM
The price without air was 3100 with insurance included. Airfare was 1352 extra.

03-09-2010, 01:14 PM
Most likely for those dates for your particular family configuration at a value resort, the free QSDP PIN code would be your best price. That being said, because it's the family suite, I'd also price the room discount with paying for dining. I still suspect that free QSDP will be cheaper but I'd certainly compare the prices to be sure. Of course the deals may not still be available for the family suites at this point since your dates are coming up pretty soon.

03-09-2010, 01:19 PM
I put in the the same info but no pin using the 25% off room rate
the package was

the same package staying at the the CSR with a fridge and 2 queen beds would be $2,558.65 with your pin codes
and not using the pin but the 35% off is 2,794.43

03-10-2010, 09:54 AM
Thank you! I keep playing with the numbers, but, the deal we have seems to be the best. We want to keep a suite (so we have more room) and everything else (even the cabins) come in more expensive. I do think we will upgrade to the deluxe dining though.