Disney Platinum Plan (Anyone Used)

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  1. earthelves

    earthelves DIS Veteran

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    I'll have 3 meals, two snacks, a refillable mug, unlimited tours, and unlimited recreation. Keep in mind that one of the meals can be used at Victoria & Alberts:) & its good from when u check in till u check out the next day:) Just like the dining plan where your "Credits" expire at Midnight on your checkout day..The cost is only $220 each, So if u can fit it all in u could dine at Victoria & Alberts:) See Cirque:) Have a spa treatment:) Unlimited tours, another 2 signature meals,Play golf,go fishing,Do a firework cruise.The list is endless but for $220 per person seems like a "No brainer" to me:lmao:

    So if anyone has done this i would be interested in hearing about it:)

    Thanks In Advance
     
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  3. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    is it $220 per person per day? I'm assuming that's what it is....
    since the regular dining plan is something like $60 per person per day.....
    so to get everything you listed i would think it's $220 per person per day....

    that seems like a lot of money..
     
  4. earthelves

    earthelves DIS Veteran

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    Yes $220 a day each:) I guess it is alot of money but when u factor in what you are getting for it well its "Well Worth it to me" Dinner alone at V & A's runs at $125 then u can do a firework cruise & i think that is $300 each,Then a spa treatment & as i said before unlimited tours & recreation,Plus your other 2 meals & Cirque all this would be more than $220 if u were to do each one on its own:) Oh & don't forget the private photo shoot,,still thinking about it but ideally i would love to hear any reviews about it!!
     
  5. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    you're right...although you have to be very good about planning and making sure you' do everything :)

    unlimited recreation - so you should go fishing, biking, boating (on several different kinds of boats..
    plus maybe horsebackriding?

    cirque is over $100...


    i'd love to hear how it works out for you!!! it might be something we would consider!
     
  6. earthelves

    earthelves DIS Veteran

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    Oh yes my plan would be to maximise it,Check into the resort at 7AM lol pick up my room key ect & then get ready to "Play" & remember you have till midnight the next day to use everything up...Its a "No Brainer" to me & planned properly u can fit a whole lot in:) U do have to be staying "Deluxe" in order to get it though & an itinerary planner does contact u to help u "Plan" In my opinion this plan would be "Special" for a birthday treat:)
     
  7. disneyholic family

    disneyholic family <font color=teal>Wayne always catches me<br><font

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    is it listed on the disney site? i'm going to go check it out now...
    maybe i could treat my sister to it next visit :)
     
  8. earthelves

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    I found it when i was pricing out a Disney vacation,,,You do have to add a one day ticket to it which can be used whenever..So just price out your vacation as normal & instead of adding the dining plan,scroll down & u will get the choice of a premium plan or platinum,,It doesnt work on the British site only the U.S.A one

    Have Fun (Its well worth the $$$$$$$)

    :goodvibes
     
  9. Dimplenose

    Dimplenose <font color=red>Stranger from the outside<br><font

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    So you are just planning a two day/ one night stay within your holiday? In that case it does seem a good deal - any longer and I don't think I could keep up the pace to get value for money.
     
  10. earthelves

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    I will be staying at WDW longer for 2 to 3 wks but i will only do this plan for a day but as your entitlements expire midnight the next day,Well i will have 2 days' to "Play" :lmao::lmao: & yes that will be enough for me as i couldnt keep the "Pace" either to do it any longer,,But then i wont be doing EVERYTHING that is possible, just things that i want to do:)
     

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