Any way to avoid getting plan for all room guests?

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  1. brownaar

    brownaar Earning My Ears

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    I am a DVC member and have reservations for November. There are 7 of us going but only 4 of us want the dining plan. We buy park tickets separately through Undercover Tourist, so none of us needs our key cards as park tickets. Is it possible to list only the 4 people wanting the plan on the reservation and not listing the others? I realize the other three people won't have room keys that way, but not a problem for us.
     
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  3. MouseMomx2

    MouseMomx2 DIS Veteran

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    What you are proposing is not allowed. Not only will some people not have room keys, they also will not have access to any of the resort-guest perks like EMH. Besides that, it is against Disney policy. Everyone must be listed on the reservation and everyone on the reservation must purchase the meal plan (if you want the meal plan, that is). They have this policy to keep people from sharing DDP credits with others who have not paid for the plan.
     
  4. TillyMarigold

    TillyMarigold DIS Veteran

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    I'm guessing the way to do it is to get 2 rooms/suites with 2 different reservations--one for the people who want the DDP and one for those who don't.
     
  5. DebbieB

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    Get a 1 bedroom and a separate studio.
     
  6. Allison

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    No, the rule is everyone must be on the plan.
     
  7. Tricia1972

    Tricia1972 <font color=green>I love late night snacks<br><fon

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    Disney's rules, as stated above, prohibit this.

    Dining board posting guidelines are that discussion on ways to get around Disney's rules/guidelines are prohibited, so we're closing this thread.
     
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