Anyone used MYW Premium Plan??

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Cplofdisneynutz, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. Cplofdisneynutz

    Cplofdisneynutz Any excuse to go to Disney is a good enough reason

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    Just wondering if anyone has used this plan. I guess this could really go on a lot of different boards, but we were primarily interested in how the dining portion of this plan worked and how you liked it, or disliked.

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  3. shawnzgirl

    shawnzgirl Earning My Ears

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    I'd be more than happy to report back after we return in a month. Just PM me after that to remind me if you're still interested.
     
  4. disneytraveler

    disneytraveler <font color=purple>will the real celeb please step

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    I used the plan last summer. You get breakfast, lunch , and dinner . I ate at
    5o Primetime, 1900 park fare, Ohana, Lua dinner show, Jiko and Boma for table service . I sometimes used it for cs like at Caseys .Used it at the Pop Century for breakfast. You get alot of food and i enjoyed it. I was able to
    order anything from the menus.
     
  5. Cplofdisneynutz

    Cplofdisneynutz Any excuse to go to Disney is a good enough reason

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    So it doesn't really differ from the "dining plan" other than there are no credits and no signature vs regular restaurants to worry over, am I correct in that thought?
     
  6. diswedwish

    diswedwish DIS Veteran

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    Exactly - you'll still have points on your card, but each restaurant will "cost" 1 point. :)
     
  7. DoomBuggyBabe

    DoomBuggyBabe Drag your wretched bodies to the DEAD center of th

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    You can eat wherever you want, whenever you want, three times a day (equivalent to the number of nights you're staying). DH and I did the PP on our December trip. Our dinners included stops at Jiko, Yachtsman Steakhouse, Flying Fish, Artist Point and the Brown Derby. We enjoyed ourselves immensely, and had excellent food and service.
    Also included in this plan is access to behind the scenes tours (we did Undiscovered Future World and World Showcase at EPCOT as well as Backstage Safari at AK, where we got to pet a rhino...), recreational activities (think watermice, parasailing, golf) and even tickets to Cirque de Solieil. I think DH figured out it added about $99 a night per person to our total bill.
    It was pricey, yes, but we got more than our money's worth out of the deal.
    Cheers,
    Q
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  8. DeterminedOne

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    One thing that's different from the dining plan is that Fulton's and Portobello at DD are included.
     
  9. wasabi girl

    wasabi girl <font color="894fbf">Mouseketeer<br><font color="9

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    We used the Premium Plan in December and it was fantastic. We had lunch at CRT, Brown Derby, 50s Diner...dinners at Jiko, Cali Grill, Yachtsman, Citricos, Narcoosees, Artist Point, we could choose anything from the menu...we did character breakfasts, took behind the scenes tours, horseback riding, Cirque de Soleil, DH golfed every morning...We thought it was worth it and plan to use the premium plan for our next trip too...
     
  10. chrrycolalola

    chrrycolalola Mouseketeer

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    Does anyone know if other DD restaurants are included ( House of Blues or Bongos)? We are planning on doing the Platinum Plan and would like to eat at these places.
     
  11. disneytraveler

    disneytraveler <font color=purple>will the real celeb please step

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    I ate at Dtd restaurants last summer also like at Portebello and i was able to order anything on the menu. And yes, it was just one point for each place. I am planning on using the platinum plan this summner.
     
  12. Longsx3

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    So you can use the PP for counter service as well? I realize it may not be the best use of money but there are times when we will not want 3 large meals a day or if we were at a water park I would not want leave just to find someplace to eat.

    Can you use this plan at the Swan & Dolphin to eat?
     
  13. DeterminedOne

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    Unfortunately, the plan cannot be used at Swan & Dolphin. (I really want to try Blue Zoo.) Here's my two cents about CS not being the best use of money. You're so right! With that in mind, if you plan to eat a lot of CS meals or aren't in the position to stick with an itinerary, the Premium Plan is not at all for you. Not unless you're getting your money's worth off the other options on the package. But if you already know this, please disregard this reply. :)
     
  14. DeterminedOne

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    The answer to your question is YES! If you go to Disney's site there's a pdf you can download with all the participating restaurants.
     

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