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Canadian Girl 09-22-2013 08:52 AM

DDP question about number of days
 
I have two trips reserved, one this year and one in March. We have decided to do the DDP for both and used the calculator to decide whether it would be a good deal based on our reservations. This morning when I put in our dates, the calculator kept adding the number of days rather than nights to determine the number of meals. For example, our first stay is five days , four nights. There is no way we could use a extra days worth of meals due to flight times. Is this a glitch in the calculator?

Canadian Girl 09-22-2013 08:57 AM

Tried it again and it is still using number of days, not nights. Did something change that I don't know about?

aaarcher86 09-22-2013 09:09 AM

I haven't used it in the past few weeks, but when you select your choices on the top it asks for the number of nights... Did that change or its not reading it correctly? Is the box on the bottom that shows available credits showing 5 instead of 4? If its just adding credits incorrectly I'd just change the number to 3 if that would get it to show 4 nights worth of credits.

Maybe try to download it again?

captaine hook 09-22-2013 09:23 AM

From what I understand and was told the food credits are good until midnight on the day you checkout we alway get 7 nights 8 days you only pay for whole days so in my case it's 7 the 8day does not count and we usually use what ever credits are left for breakfast and drinks, snacks to go hope this helps :):goodvibes

Canadian Girl 09-22-2013 09:31 AM

The calculator asks you for dates which you roll into place for arrivals and departures. Mine is five days, four nights and before , when I booked in different restaurants, it always calculated value based on number of nights. For some reason this morning, it is adding in the extra day into the calculation. I know this is not correct unless there has been a change in the way the plan is calculated. Weird.

aaarcher86 09-22-2013 12:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Canadian Girl (Post 49632842)
The calculator asks you for dates which you roll into place for arrivals and departures. Mine is five days, four nights and before , when I booked in different restaurants, it always calculated value based on number of nights. For some reason this morning, it is adding in the extra day into the calculation. I know this is not correct unless there has been a change in the way the plan is calculated. Weird.

Nope, still based off the numbers of nights. But my spreadsheet on the top does not ask for dates. It has a specific drop down that asks for the number of nights you're staying versus actual dates. Maybe they've updated it since I downloaded it?

Canadian Girl 09-22-2013 12:24 PM

Maybe it is a different calculator. It is under distripplanner.com. I plugged in my dates and it gives me meals for each day. I know the last time I used it, it was different.

aaarcher86 09-22-2013 08:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Canadian Girl (Post 49634032)
Maybe it is a different calculator. It is under distripplanner.com. I plugged in my dates and it gives me meals for each day. I know the last time I used it, it was different.

Oh maybe. Try the one from See Ya Reel Soon and see if that one works for ya.

Allison 09-22-2013 09:31 PM

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Originally Posted by captaine hook (Post 49632787)
From what I understand and was told the food credits are good until midnight on the day you checkout we alway get 7 nights 8 days you only pay for whole days so in my case it's 7 the 8day does not count and we usually use what ever credits are left for breakfast and drinks, snacks to go hope this helps :):goodvibes

Actually you pay for the nights, not full days.


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