We (3 adults, 2 kids) are going to WDW for 9 nights, 11/27 - 12/6. Earlier this year, I got a pin for 40% off, and, after debating between Ft. Wilderness cabins or ASMu family suites, went with the cabin. I justified the increased cost by the fact that we would have a full kitchen, so we only planned on 3 sit-down meals (one of which is HDDR). The discount was not available for the first 2 nights (for which I have AAA discount) or the last night (rack rate). Adding together the room cost, what the 4 meals we plan will cost, and ticket cost (7 day base), the total will be about $3530. Now Disney comes out with free dining for our dates, and I am torn as to what to do!!! I could drop the room only reservation and book the cabin with the dining plan for about $3975. That's $445 more, but will give us 5 more TS meals, 9 couter service, and 9 snacks. OR, I could book the free dining at ASMu Family Suites, and upgrade from the quick service plan to the regular dining plan, and it will cost about $3472. That's $58 less than our current total, with all of those additional meals & snacks. I like the atmosphere of the campground, and keep saying how nice it would be to spend more time there, go to the campfire, watch the fireworks from the beach, etc. Especially since we are not planning on doing parks the first couple days of our trip (want to wait for the T-giving crowds to clear out). But, I also like the idea of saving money by staying at ASMu. And with 3 adults and 2 kids, the idea of the 2 bathrooms in the family suites is very appealing too!