how much for milk in th food court and other breakfast ????

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  1. jann1033

    jann1033 <font color=darkcoral>Right now I'm an inch of nat

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    what with the talk of free fridges at the deluxes...i am guessing the coffeemakers for us frugal types at the mods have powdered cream ( gag) so since i do not think i'll spend $10 a day to keep a couple creams cold, i'll have to go to the fc anyway to get creamers so i am wondering how much small containers of milk cost if anyone knows in case i break down and bring a box of cereal . also if you want more than 4 cups of coffee will they give you extra packets or should i plan on bringing my own of that also?
     
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  3. mickeycw

    mickeycw Mouseketeer

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    I'm not sure but at the store in the Wilderness Lodge milk was very expensive....$2.60 (? I think) for a SMALL container
     
  4. waughzee

    waughzee Dreaming of Disney!

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    Buy your milk in the gift shop, it is cheaper than it is in the food court.
     
  5. jann1033

    jann1033 <font color=darkcoral>Right now I'm an inch of nat

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    do they sell little pints in the gs? i only might use it for 2 little bowls of cereal and being lactose intolerant just barely dampen it..is the $2.50 for a pint ? yikes if it is, i can almost get a gallon for that at home...maybe i'll get some of those shelf like milk drink box things pre trip...has anyone ever used them and do they taste like real milk or fake powderery milk ( since i hate milk in general, powdered is just way beyond what i can take)
     
  6. LisaZoe

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    I know it isn't the same as milk or cream but have you considered the individual sized "non-dairy creamer" that comes in the little cups? I don't drink much coffee myself but liked the ones my DS got at Costco - I think it was French vanilla. I forget the brand name but I know it's one that also sells this stuff in pint cartons in a variety of flavors.

    BTE - allearsnet has prices of most items sold at the food courts. As one person has noted, it's not cheap and I've read other posts that say the gift shops sell it for less.
     
  7. frannn

    frannn <font color=blue>please stop the madnesssss alread

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    Parmalot. I never tasted it, but we gave it to DD1 when we went to WDW. It was 1.?? for a 3 pack in Publix. She really didn't mind the taste, but she is not a fussy eater in the least!
     
  8. jann1033

    jann1033 <font color=darkcoral>Right now I'm an inch of nat

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    if i coan find out if there are really and truely going to be fridges at pofq my neurotic worriying could be over!
     

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