View Full Version : Meal vouchers?
11-16-2003, 08:25 AM
What are meal vouchers and where do you get them? I can't find anything about them in my disney books. Any info appreciated.
11-16-2003, 08:44 AM
Best thing to do is go to the Budget Board. The very first thread is :"Everything you wanted to know about meal vouchers..."
I would stay away from Connections though as many people have had problems with them. I recently joined Hotwire Savings Club (they offer the same vouchers) and ordered from them this past week.
We recently used vouchers our last trip to WDW in October and saved $77 over a three day periord that we were there. Not bad for 2 adults and 2 kids.
Hope this has helped some.
11-16-2003, 10:46 PM
There are three types of vouchers:(prices from connections)
Breakfast: good for any sitdown breakfast including the character meals(not Swan/Dolphin) and these are 17.75
quick&casual: these are good for almost all the counter service restaurants at the parks(except some carts) and many of the food courts in resorts. Good for one entree, side, drink, dessert for 11.50
Kingdom luncheon: good for sit-down restaurants in parks/resorts but only for lunch. They are 27.75 (higher now I think).
We have used the breakfast and q&c and love them. Nice to have some meals pre-paid. CM know about them and you don't have any problems using them. They also include tax and gratuity so they are good deal in that respect.
We were connections members (yearly membership was $79.00)and always had great service from them; although others have had issues. If you join for a trial $1/one month, make sure you cancel on time or they will charge you for the year. You can buy up to 40 of each kind of voucher per year. they increased the yearly fee significantly($139/yr) so I did not rejoin. They also had great discounts on park passes at IOA, US and WDW along with Blockbuster, TOYRUS and other restaurants so we have gotten our $79! Hope this helps. We have seen people selling these vouchers for WAY over value at e-bay..I don't recommend that. Floridaorlandotickets.com and Hotwire savings now sells these at a higher price than connections but they are the same vouchers. There is no fee with Floridaornadotickets.com and Hotwire has a $1 trial monthly membership. WE DO LOVE HAVING THESE AND HAVE 6 BREAKFAST AND 12 Q& C TO USE FOR OUR 12/28-1/02 TRIP.
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