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PeterP 02-02-2013 10:15 AM

Must all on a reservation have the same dining plan?
 
We've done the dining plan four times. A question has arisen for the first time: Must every person on a single reservation be on the same dining plan? That is,could two adults do standard and another two do counter service only? Or could two adults do the plan but not buy any plan for the kids?

Thank you.

Pakey 02-02-2013 10:18 AM

Any combination will be fine. The only thing you can't do is use more credits than you have people on the plan (you can't use 3 credits if only 2 are on the plan).

aaarcher86 02-02-2013 10:34 AM

No, everyone on the reservation has to be on the same dining plan. It can't be split up in any fashion. It's all or nothing with the DP.

PP was referring to how you use credits.... if that was what you are referring to then it's fine.

sharonabe 02-02-2013 10:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Pakey (Post 47384191)
Any combination will be fine. The only thing you can't do is use more credits than you have people on the plan (you can't use 3 credits if only 2 are on the plan).

Sorry, but that is not correct.

All people on the reservation in the same room must be on the SAME plan.

Now, if you have people who only want to do QS and some who only like TS, you can share those credits as the credits will be allocated to the room not to particular people. So, the adults who want TS can use all the TS credits and the adults who want only QS can use all the QS credits. That means you won't be eating together, but you get to eat what you want to eat.

MEK 02-02-2013 11:02 AM

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Originally Posted by aaarcher86 (Post 47384335)
No, everyone on the reservation has to be on the same dining plan. It can't be split up in any fashion. It's all or nothing with the DP.

PP was referring to how you use credits.... if that was what you are referring to then it's fine.

And everyone has to have the dining plan for the same length of stay. So if you have something in your room only staying 4 nights, but you are staying 5, everyone must have the dining plan for 5 nights unless you were to do a split reservation - 4 days with dining and an entirely new reservation for the day without.

aaarcher86 02-02-2013 02:32 PM

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Originally Posted by MEK (Post 47384583)
And everyone has to have the dining plan for the same length of stay. So if you have something in your room only staying 4 nights, but you are staying 5, everyone must have the dining plan for 5 nights unless you were to do a split reservation - 4 days with dining and an entirely new reservation for the day without.

Yeah :confused3 I don't think I eluded that it could?

bigbabyblues 02-02-2013 02:36 PM

Room reservation, yes. However, not everyone on at the table has to have the same payment method.

Pakey 02-02-2013 06:48 PM

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Originally Posted by bigbabyblues
Room reservation, yes. However, not everyone on at the table has to have the same payment method.

Yes. This is what I thought the OP meant since nowhere was a resort mentioned.


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