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Old 12-11-2012, 11:19 AM   #1
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Dining Plan Upgrade Opinions...

Hi all,

We're heading to WDW on 26th October '13 for 2 weeks. We've been a number of times and have free dining. We are staying at SSR so with our package we'll get the regular DP. We've had it twice before and it worked quite well for us. Our last trip we stayed at POR and had the free QS Dining Plan which we HATED!

So this time I'm considering upgrading to the Deluxe. The reason we hated the QS plan was that we got REALLY sick of eating fast food. The downside with the Regular Plan was that we like to do a few 2 credit meals (Yachtsman, Dinner Show, Royal table etc) and we like to do some of the character meals with our daughter. I guess we find ourselves between plans...we don't need 3 meals a day but there are days when we need 3 Table Service Credits.

My questions to anyone who has upgraded to the Deluxe is did you end up with a ton of credits left? Would you recommend the upgrade? I'm not sure that the £812 cost to upgrade would be more than it would cost to pay OOP for extra meals. Any opinions?

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