I think I found a problem...HELP

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by ktnryansmom, Nov 11, 2012.

  1. ktnryansmom

    ktnryansmom Mouseketeer

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    My travel agent booked our trip, had to have the birthdates of my children etc... They are 10 and 12.

    We booked for a week in march under the play/stay and dine plan.

    When I pulled up the reservation and connected it to the DW website it says my reservation is for 1 adult and 2 kids....but by disney standards, they are adults.

    So if they have the birthdates of my kids when making the reservation why did they list them as kids?

    I don't want our dining plan if I'm paying for 2 kids on it....doesn't seem worth it to me.

    SO, is this just the way they list the reservations or is there an error??

    Thoughts??
     
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  3. delmar411

    delmar411 DIS Veteran

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    they are still listed as kids because they are under 18. That's how reservations are listed.
     
  4. ktnryansmom

    ktnryansmom Mouseketeer

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    so they'll be listed as kids at the resort but adults on our dining plan?

    How can I be sure that will happen?
     
  5. kaytieeldr

    kaytieeldr Reserving the right to make jokes out of typos - b

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    Until you can contact your Travel Agent, you'll have to trust us (and the responses to a similar post on the Resorts Board ;)).

    Your 10 and 12 year old children are adults in relation to theme park tickets and any dining plan, but not adults in relation to your hotel room occupancy/cost.
     
  6. aaarcher86

    aaarcher86 DIS Veteran

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    On the summary page for your reservation on the WDW website, there is a 'view details' button.

    Click it.

    That will show you wait age everyone is listed as. As long as the children are listed at the adult ages you will be fine. They're still legal 'kids' because they aren't 18. They're simply Disney Adults in price.
     

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