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LJSquishy
09-27-2011, 06:29 PM
I know alcoholic and specialty beverages are not part of the DDP allowance as the beverage you get with your entree and dessert...

At somewhere like Sci-Fi, where they do allow milkshakes as the beverage with your meal on the DDP, is it possible to order the adult milkshakes (like the Martian one) and just pay the price difference OOP between the regular milkshake and the alcoholic version? Or would I need to pay completely OOP for the adult beverage? I just thought it would be nice if possible to save at least a few dollars. :)

havoc315
09-27-2011, 07:04 PM
Adult beverages are totally oop.

LJSquishy
09-27-2011, 08:06 PM
Adult beverages are totally oop.

I was afraid that was the case. Bummer! Thank you, though!

TDC Nala
09-28-2011, 08:40 AM
There's only one exception to the rule that alcoholic beverages are not included - and that's dinner shows, which include the "standard" alcoholic beverages offered with the menu (usually beer or wine, HDD also has sangria).

An alcoholic milkshake is still an alcoholic beverage, and they're not included at all. Paying the price difference is not permitted.