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Old 05-24-2009, 10:19 AM   #1
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Anyone used this or done the math on it?

We went to SW yesterday - they had signs up that for $39.95 adult/$14.95 child you could eat all day. I think the signs said that you could go through any restaurant line (i.e. no concession carts) and get an entree, side or dessert, and drink. I think there was no limit on the number of times you could go through, and it did exclude some entrees at some restaurants. I can't find it on their website, though.

If you're pulling an all-dayer (SW's hours were 9-11 yesterday) this could really be worth it - we paid $27 for lunch WITH a passholder discount for 3.
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Old 05-25-2009, 01:05 AM   #2
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Anyone used this or done the math on it?

We went to SW yesterday - they had signs up that for $39.95 adult/$14.95 child you could eat all day. I think the signs said that you could go through any restaurant line (i.e. no concession carts) and get an entree, side or dessert, and drink. I think there was no limit on the number of times you could go through, and it did exclude some entrees at some restaurants. I can't find it on their website, though.

If you're pulling an all-dayer (SW's hours were 9-11 yesterday) this could really be worth it - we paid $27 for lunch WITH a passholder discount for 3.

I heard about this last year, and would love to know more infor about it also... we are planning a trip in September, and this plan would probably be a good deal, at least for DH who tends to eat quite often!
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Ooooh, that sounds like it could be good! Let us know if you hear more.
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Old 06-20-2009, 08:44 AM   #5
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To answer my own post - yes, it's worthwhile if you're planning on eating in-park. Entree, side/desert, drink every time you go through line. Retail about $10-14 each entree, $3 each side/desert, $3 each drink.

We were there from 9:30am - 10pm yesterday. Everyone ate 2-3 meals, and we went through lines for snacks as well (just don't pick up an entree - they had strawberries, watermelon, cookie, cake, pudding...). More Shamu lunch pails than we know what to do with are now sitting by my front door.

They gave us colored wristbands - green for grown-ups, red for kids. Make sure they put the wristbands on tight, though, as we had a kid slip one off and throw it away (keep your receipts!). Nothing to scan, punch, anything - show your colors and away you go.

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Old 06-22-2009, 09:05 PM   #7
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Sounds like its worth it so will have to check into it on next visit.

I love the DisneyWorld dining plan. About $39 a day I think but you get one full sit down dinner at a nice restaurant plus a full meal at a counter service restaurant and some snacks. Wish Disneyland would do something similar. The current dining vouchers don't save a dime.
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This sounds like a deal we'll be able to use in Aug. We have silver passports to save even more.
Anyone know if Mango Joes is the place where you get the waffles with berries and ice cream?
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