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Old 02-28-2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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They have a season dining pass for 69.99. Is it worth it? I cant find their prices for their food , anywhere. We will be there for 3 days, it would cost us 280 bucks for the 4 of us.

Not sure if its worth it or not.

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Old 03-02-2013, 01:17 PM   #2
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:44 PM   #3
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Okay so you are saying it is $70 per person and you would only use it for 3 days? And the voucher doesn't include a drink. So basically you would need to spend more than $10 per meal? Well each person is different- we eat really good before we go, buy lunch , grab a snack late in the day and eat dinner after we leave because it is expensive to eat there. For lunch I wouldn't usually spend $10 per person not including the drink- but we are a grab a pizza to share kind of family. I think it is a great deal for season pass holders, not so much for 3 days- and are you really thinking you can spend 3 full days here? Have you been here before? Are you doing one of the special programs or activities because this is a small park, and you will see everything plus your favorite shows twice in just 2 days. Also be forewarned- this park sits down in a bowl like area- they do not get the wonderful delta breeze and it gets HOT. Sticky hot in the summer with too many people and not enough fresh air. Dress cool and bring the sunscreen
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Old 03-02-2013, 02:21 PM   #4
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Weve never been there before. We are going to Disneyland August 1. Im taking my daughter to a One Direction concert in Oakland (we live in Oregon) so we are trying to think of things to do in that general area. We are season pass holders and are going to Magic Mountain after Disney. We will technically be there for 2 1/2 days...I guess I just would like to know the average price of a meal. I know drinks aren't included.

I also looked, and didnt see the family pizza meal deal they used to have, I see this dining season pass instead
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I just didn't want you to be disappointed- like that's all? I don't see prices anywhere, but I think it is more for those who are coming 5 or more times during the summer- it would be a great deal for those people probably.

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Old 03-02-2013, 06:26 PM   #6
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I already know its no Disneyland LOL...Ive been reading about it and am going , knowing its not the best.

Think we will pass on the season pass.

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Not to resurrect a dead topic but I was looking at the dinning pass as well and this post came up on my google results. Individual meals are about $13 and include the drink. You can still buy family meal deals... I think it's a bucket of chicken/fries or a pizza/salad with 4 drinks for $40. I am thinking since I live 3 hours away I could really make use of this dinning plan I think, but if it were only 3 days (6 meals) I don't think you are coming out ahead.
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