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Old 08-18-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Earl Of Sandwich & QSDP

I know this isn't the place to get the most for the plan but it's our favorite place to eat for QS.

What exactly do you get with your meal is it Sandwich, side (Like chips or salad type side ) and Drink and dessert.

Thanks for any help. We will eat here several times during our trip.

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Old 08-18-2013, 04:46 PM   #2
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I know this isn't the place to get the most for the plan but it's our favorite place to eat for QS.

What exactly do you get with your meal is it Sandwich, side (Like chips or salad type side ) and Drink and dessert.

Thanks for any help. We will eat here several times during our trip.

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I am 99% sure you get a sandwich, EITHER chips or a dessert, and a drink. I don't recall getting both, but it might be worth a google just in case I'm wrong.
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Old 08-19-2013, 10:03 AM   #4
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I am 99% sure you get a sandwich, EITHER chips or a dessert, and a drink. I don't recall getting both, but it might be worth a google just in case I'm wrong.
You are correct, chips or a dessert, making it an even worse use of a CS credit. But I get it, if you love it you love it.
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Old 08-19-2013, 10:12 AM   #5
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We too enjoy EoS and it's not a great use (money wise) of a CS credit but we always have plenty of credits on our trip, and we only get DDP when it is free. If I was paying for DDP I would probably pay OOP at Earl's. We have always gotten a sandwich or salad, drink, and dessert for our CS. I didn't know you could get a side instead of a dessert. I'm actually not a huge fan of Earl's desserts. If I was paying OOP I would probably just get the sandwich and skip the dessert (or side).

Most of the time when we get EoS, we take it to go. For going to the beach, the plane, etc.
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Old 08-19-2013, 10:31 AM   #6
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If you are paying OOP and you are a AAA member, they offer a discount. So, it makes it even cheaper. When we go and have the free dining, we usually pay OOP with our AAA discount and save those credits to use for breakfast.
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Old 08-19-2013, 11:30 AM   #7
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it's great for four adult plans as we always get four sandwiches, two sides (their coleslaw type salad pots are generally nice) and a couple of desserts plus drinks and then split the sides and desserts. For one I would go for the sides as the desserts are generally hit and miss like the rest of WDW cs.

On a side note the small sides are generally included in a credit but be careful some larger sides aren't
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I didn't know they took a AAA discount. That is great to know. If we can get a room discount and don't have free dining, that is the way to go.

I love the idea of splitting things. We are 4 adults (actually 2 are kid "adults" but my 10 yr. doesn't usu. eat too much at one time, so getting 4 different items and splitting for a little of everything, or some combination is a great idea.
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Have never been to one but their sandwiches look yummy and inexpensive - I would pay OOP. If you go to their website you can sign up for coupons and get a free sandwich on your birthday.
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If you are paying OOP and you are a AAA member, they offer a discount. So, it makes it even cheaper. When we go and have the free dining, we usually pay OOP with our AAA discount and save those credits to use for breakfast.
Do you know if they would accept CAA?
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Do you know if they would accept CAA?
Anywhere that accepts AAA, accepts CAA -- I don't have my card on me, but I thought it had both logos on the backside. I've used it for discounts on hotels, meals at the Swan/Dolphin, and discounts at Universal. For simplicity sake, just tell the cashier you have a AAA discount when showing your card.
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Anywhere that accepts AAA, accepts CAA -- I don't have my card on me, but I thought it had both logos on the backside. I've used it for discounts on hotels, meals at the Swan/Dolphin, and discounts at Universal. For simplicity sake, just tell the cashier you have a AAA discount when showing your card.
Thank you so much--I love getting a discount
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The above is correct, sandwich or salad plus a choice of either chips OR dessert (not both), and a non-alcoholic beverage.
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Have never been to one but their sandwiches look yummy and inexpensive - I would pay OOP. If you go to their website you can sign up for coupons and get a free sandwich on your birthday.
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Anywhere that accepts AAA, accepts CAA -- I don't have my card on me, but I thought it had both logos on the backside. I've used it for discounts on hotels, meals at the Swan/Dolphin, and discounts at Universal. For simplicity sake, just tell the cashier you have a AAA discount when showing your card.
Cool, you can use it at the Swan/Dolphin too- do you know if it's just at fast food like Picabu, or can use it at like Fresh Meditteranean Market?
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