McDonald's Certificates At Restaurantosaurus Or Sunaulo Toran Fries??

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by mtblujeans, Apr 26, 2004.

  1. mtblujeans

    mtblujeans DIS Veteran

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    Since Restaurantosaurus and Sunaulo Toran Fries are McDonald's, can you use McDonald's gift certificates at these restaurants?

    I am thinking, again, of pre-paying with gift certificates....
     
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  3. Lisa loves Pooh

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    Not sure if they do--but I don't think you would benefit from it cost wise--

    The prices are certainly higher than at a regular McDonald's and as far as I know it is a 1:1 ratio on the GC purchase.
     
  4. mtblujeans

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    I understand, however, we do not have a sales tax in Montana. That might help a little....but do they take the certificates??
     
  5. Lisa loves Pooh

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    I think when you purchase GC (at least in Fla)--there is no sales tax on the purchase...I think the only way you save is if the GC was for a specific item--like large fry or coke or something...but if it is for a dollar amount...then in florida when you purchase the gc--you pay face value adn then pay the tax at redemption-

    you have a $5 gc--meal comes to $4--after tax ~$4.24 (don't know the tax at WDW so based on my county)--then your change from the GC would be $0.76
     
  6. mtblujeans

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    I found out on our trip in June that they DO NOT take McDonald's gift certificates. They are not a true McDonald's so they refuse to take them. Most of the employees working there can tell you they don't take anything from McDonald's....but they don't seem to know why.
     

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