Newbie Question--Stretching TS credits?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by wdwmickey, Aug 24, 2007.

  1. wdwmickey

    wdwmickey Scrapbooking queen and food porn princess!

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    We (myself, DH, DD-12, DD-13)will be going to WDW in December and will be using DDP. My DD (12) is a very picky eater-No pizza, No sauces or gravy; mostly eats chicken and pbj-I've tried to broaden her horizons but she's not going for it. So the question is: can we order 3 meals using DDP and buy her a kids meal OOP, or could we order 2 meals using DDP share them and pay for the extra drinks OOP? Trying to figure out how to get the most from DDP WITHOUT cheating the system. Thanks in advance for your help.:goodvibes
     
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  3. texasteacher35

    texasteacher35 DIS Veteran

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    Yes...you can pay OOP for ANY meal/ partial meal that you chose. Just let your server know how many credits you want to use at any TS or CS!
     
  4. wdwmickey

    wdwmickey Scrapbooking queen and food porn princess!

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    Thanks, that is kinda what I thought but I wasn't really sure. This will make my trip alot easier since there will be no arguing about food.:rotfl2:
     
  5. ballarinamom

    ballarinamom DIS Veteran

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    We did this several times as there really is alot of food and DD5 is a picky light eater. We would order an appetizer OOP and have it brought out with the entrees. We were able to get in two extra TS meals by doing this and there was still food left over on the shared meals
     
  6. septbaby

    septbaby DIS Veteran

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    Since she is a dining adult you can probably just order something that she's like, not necessarily off the kids menu. For example if she wants plain chicken they'll do that for her, you won't have to find a kids entree to fit.
     

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