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dreamdisney14 11-11-2012 01:26 PM

DDP credit question
 
Is it true that you can trade in leftover quick service credits for snacks? If so, how many snack credits is 1 quick service credit worth? And if a QS credit is worth more than one snack do you have to redeem all the snacks at once? Thanks for your help

LisaBi 11-11-2012 01:35 PM

In my experience you could trade one CS for three snacks at a resort food court...all at the same time. In my last trip in Jan 2012 they didn't seem to really want to do it....and wouldn't allow some items. More recent reports seem to indicate that even that practice may be on its way out.

DonaldTDuck 11-11-2012 02:29 PM

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Originally Posted by LisaBi (Post 46681993)
In my experience you could trade one CS for three snacks at a resort food court...all at the same time. In my last trip in Jan 2012 they didn't seem to really want to do it....and wouldn't allow some items. More recent reports seem to indicate that even that practice may be on its way out.

Our experience at POP was the same, although our cm was perfectly happy to do it. This was in '10.

goofyintoronto 11-11-2012 02:33 PM

CSR and POP were both the same when i was there. One QS credit for three snacks.

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purple figment 11-11-2012 03:24 PM

As others have said, a resort food court is the most likely place that will let you exchange a QS for 3 snacks. Since the 2012 dining plan brochure/pdf specifically states that it is not allowed, however, it has gotten more difficult and you may find some cashiers reluctant to do it.

goofyintoronto 11-11-2012 03:29 PM

Forgot to mention, at the france bakery you can exchange a QS credit for 3 pastries! Yummy! or you can get a sandwich, pastry, and a drink for one QS credit.

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