R&R package at SOG

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  1. tkme4ard

    tkme4ard Merry Christmas!

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    does anyone know what this includes?
     
  2. casndan

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    I haven't heard of this, I would like to know as well....
     
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  5. tkme4ard

    tkme4ard Merry Christmas!

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    I've emailed them and they asked the ages of the children. They said the package included room, breakfast buffet and dinner buffet. I'll post what they tell me
     
  6. DawnCt1

    DawnCt1 <font color=red>I had to wonder what "holiday" he

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    While some meals are good, I would not buy a meal plan because many of the meals would be a disappointment. Part of going to WDW is dining around the "world".
     
  7. tkme4ard

    tkme4ard Merry Christmas!

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    I think it's a whole package deal where it's cheaper to do the R&R then just the rooms out right, if I'm guessing correctly. Wouldn't lose anything either way, if we didn't eat there for a meal we still wouldn't be losing money on the whole thing. I'll have to see what the differences are. I could see us doing breakfast there for sure.
     
  8. tkme4ard

    tkme4ard Merry Christmas!

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    this is what I got back from them

    "For 6 nights the cost is: $633.00 for 2 adults and each child will be $49.00 to total $780.00"
     
  9. Auggietina

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    What type of room? Is it a scale based on rank like their room rates are?

    According to their site the standard room for E1-E5 is $76 per night. At six nights that is $456 Of course this would be the cheapest.
    That's quite a chunk of change for meals.
     
  10. tkme4ard

    tkme4ard Merry Christmas!

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    right now we are slotted for an e-6 pool side room so it's 109$ a night for our room alone

    so before the pkg we were paying 654$ for the week so 780$ for room plus our meals IMO is a good deal :) Dh said at that price I can bump our rooms to 8 nights (the max for the pkg). I'm thinking of maybe doing 2 nights at a Deluxe disney resort
     
  11. Auggietina

    Auggietina <font color=blue>The sky was streaked with reds, p

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    Yup - that is why I asked what type of room!

    I wonder if they will do this even though he just came back... or only for R&R...

    off to email them!
    Thanks!
     
  12. DawnCt1

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    I was thinking of the Gold Leaf package. The R and R package is a good deal. You can try the WDW restaurants for lunch.
     
  13. tkme4ard

    tkme4ard Merry Christmas!

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    that's what I was thinking, lunch.

    The R&R is for up to 12 months after they return
     
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    What age do they classify children? Under 18, under 12, under 10? Just curious.
     

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