|05-29-2013, 12:38 PM||#16|
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Way down South near the banks of the mighty Mississippi River.
And at some TS places you could easily go in and feed 2 adults and one child for $50 plus tax easily. Especially if you aren't trying to order Steak at every meal or get the most expensive thing on the menu.
Places like T-Rex, Planet Hollywood, Rainforest, House of Blues, Olivia's...you can easily get entrees for an adult for $20 or less. Kids $10 or less.
If we aren't using the dining plan we would never order desserts anyway. We just don't eat desserts even at home. So I don't consider that part of our expense when comparing how cheaply I can eat paying OOP vs Dining plan.
Everybody getting dessert pads the bill and pads the servers tip. Even if you don't want dessert they really push it on you hard to pad the bill.
Even at an expensive buffet like Cape May you can feed 2 adults and one child for less than $100.
The benefit to having the dining plan comes in if you do want dessert at every meal and you plan on using up your snack credits and using your mug.
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