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Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by adamtraci, May 14, 2009.

  1. adamtraci

    adamtraci Earning My Ears

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    This is probably an obvious question but just want to ask to be sure. We are planning our first WDW vacation for 2010 and are trying to research the DDP.

    1 single-serving, non-alcoholic beverage.

    I am assuming this means 1 drink, no free refills. Am I correct?

    Thanks,
    Adam.
     
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  3. Faldred

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    Drinks that normally get free refills do so on DDP.
     
  4. adamtraci

    adamtraci Earning My Ears

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    OK Thanks. The "single serving" part threw me.
     
  5. Faldred

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    That would be to cover those places that offer things like smoothies and milkshakes -- those are generally not free refill, dining plan or no. The notable exception to that guideline is Whispering Canyon Cafe, which does allow "bottomless" milkshakes.
     
  6. TDC Nala

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    It's also to cover items that are meant to be shared by more than one person - don't know what kind of drinks they have that are meant to be shared - the only ones I can recall were in Vegas and were alcoholic.
     
  7. DsnyQueen

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    I believe this comment is also there for resorts since many of them offer a single serve & a larger milk option for purchase, and this would not be covered.
     
  8. MelanieC

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    Yep to all that is above. I like my iced tea and you can get that refilled as many times as you like :)
     
  9. Faldred

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    Maybe bottled still or sparkling water, when included, to enforce an individual size instead of, say, a 750ml or larger bottle?
     
  10. TDC Nala

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    yep, that would make sense - I don't know the ins and outs of bottled water - I can get water free, so I don't know anything about ordering it.
     

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