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Ivonne 01-25-2013 01:32 PM

DP vs DDP
 
Going to Disney August 1-12. My ADR date is Feb 2. Can't decide between DP or DDP. Can I add DDP and change it if we change our mind?

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aaarcher86 01-25-2013 03:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Ivonne (Post 47304718)
Going to Disney August 1-12. My ADR date is Feb 2. Can't decide between DP or DDP. Can I add DDP and change it if we change our mind?

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Do you mean the regular dining plan versus the deluxe dining plan? DP just stands for Dining Plan and DDP is just Disney Dining Plan but both typically reference the middle level that gives you 1TS, 1QS, 1 snack....

If you're talking about the DDP versus DXDP, yes, you can switch if you change your mind. Keep in mind that lowering the price of your package within 45 days (going from DXDP to DDP) will cause you to pay a $50 change fee.

Ivonne 01-25-2013 09:48 PM

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Originally Posted by aaarcher86

Do you mean the regular dining plan versus the deluxe dining plan? DP just stands for Dining Plan and DDP is just Disney Dining Plan but both typically reference the middle level that gives you 1TS, 1QS, 1 snack....

If you're talking about the DDP versus DXDP, yes, you can switch if you change your mind. Keep in mind that lowering the price of your package within 45 days (going from DXDP to DDP) will cause you to pay a $50 change fee.

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Ivonne 01-25-2013 09:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by aaarcher86

Do you mean the regular dining plan versus the deluxe dining plan? DP just stands for Dining Plan and DDP is just Disney Dining Plan but both typically reference the middle level that gives you 1TS, 1QS, 1 snack....

If you're talking about the DDP versus DXDP, yes, you can switch if you change your mind. Keep in mind that lowering the price of your package within 45 days (going from DXDP to DDP) will cause you to pay a $50 change fee.

Yes DDP vs DXDP ... I need a course on all the disney lingo.
Thank you

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aaarcher86 01-25-2013 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Ivonne (Post 47309292)
Yes DDP vs DXDP ... I need a course on all the disney lingo.
Thank you

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No problem. There are definitely a lot of acronyms around here! :rotfl:

DisneyZombie 01-28-2013 12:51 PM

Well Our disney Honeymoon is coming and me and my fiance decided to go with the DxDP since we want to try a lot of different food's we usually would try and more out of convenience than anything else. We usually don't order but 1 appetizer and no dessert, so on this plan we will be getting a lot more than we're use to but we do understand that we will be losing a little money if we don't order the most expensive thing on the menu.


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