What would Disney do for a bad dining experience?

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by twinklebug, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. twinklebug

    twinklebug Thawing out

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    For a cash customer, most restaurants, disney included will take care of part or all of your meal if something bad were to happen (think of the bird on the CM table thread :rotfl: )

    So, what does Disney do if you're on the dining plan?
    Not take your credits?
    Not that I anticipate problems (I'd have to have DH with me... he's one of those guys who has problems everywhere he eats!)
     
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  3. tinaluis

    tinaluis DIS Veteran

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    I'm not sure what they'd do. But I hear you on your DH having problems -- we always say that if there's a foreign object to be found in an entree (think bug, cigarette butt, hair, etc.) it will end up in DH's entree. It's actually a running joke in our family. ;)
     
  4. TBGOES2DISNEY

    TBGOES2DISNEY DIS Veteran

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    Please direct me to this bird on the table thread... I'm very curious now. :goodvibes
     
  5. lyzziesmom

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    It hasn't happened to me, but I've heard of them refunding your credits so you can have another meal somewhere else. So yes, they sort of do "not take your credits!"
     
  6. twinklebug

    twinklebug Thawing out

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    If a bird in the hand is worth 2 in the bush, what is a Bird on the table worth?
    Answer: a meal at Chef Mickeys :teeth:
     
  7. TBGOES2DISNEY

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    lol... I think I'm gonna bring my pet bird on my trip with me and extend my table credits.... ;)



    j/k ... don't have a pet bird or an ADR for CM .... hee hee
     

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