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Old 01-28-2013, 10:10 AM   #1
Earning My Ears
Join Date: Jan 2013
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Dining Plan vs OP?

Okay so I tried to compile a list of what I think we may eat and where to decide if the dining plan is worth it. For a family of 3 the dining plan adds about $800 on to my trip.

THURSDAY - Trex- $50 + tip

FRIDAY -Roarin' Fork - $50
Whispering Canyon Cafe - $60 + tip

Saturday- Cosmic Rays- $30
Beaches and cream - $50 + tip

50s prime time - $50 + tip
Roarin Fork - $50

Monday - Chef Mickeys Breakfast - $105 ((We have a 1 year old...will she be charged at the buffet when not on the dining plan?))
Sunshine Seasons - $25

Liberty Tree Tavern - $40 + tip
Be Our Guest - $40

Total: $625

Do these number look right to people? This is our first time going and I love the idea of having all of our meals paid for, but it looks like for my family our meals would actually be cheaper out of pocket? My one year old typically eats off my plate so I wouldn't order her anything. This of course doesn't include snacks...which i'm assuming you could easily spend $200 on? So maybe the dining plan would be breaking even...or I would actually be paying a little more since I have to tip?! .... Sorry typing as I think Any input would be great!
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