Split Stay & Dining Plan


#1

If we do a split stay- can we purchase a dining plan for the first half & continue to use it for the second half of our trip?


#2

It will expire at midnight of your check in day. You can purchase it for both stays (a ticketless package). You can use your mug for both stays.


#3

Tinker meant check out day.

Example
Stay from Sunday -Wed and Wed - Sat
DDP on Sunday - Wed

Activates on Sunday at check in and expires Midnight Wed.

Well I guess tinker could have meant it expires Midnight of the 2nd check-in.


#4

No, I meant check in day for your second resort, with mug working at both stays. Or, add it to both since you do not need to purchase tickets to add it.


#5

More just trying to game the system a bit. When we went last fall we had 2 rooms. Booked deluxe dining for one & none for the second. Split the credits between both & used them on the most expensive meals. I think we will only have one reservation this time, so can’t use this strategy!


#6

I’m intrigued by this idea–we always get two rooms when we travel with our family (2 adults, 2 teens, 2 kids) as the family suites are not comfortable for all of us anymore. That may save me quite a bit of money. We usually eat breakfast in the room pre-park. We also usually do regular dining plan b/c we never have any leftover credits (bc teen boys) and it is easier and we don’t lose any money. Why have I never thought of this? Did it seem to work well for your group @BoilerMomPharmD?


#7

It worked amazingly for us! As long as you have a plan for where you are going to eat, then you can choose your most expensive meals to use credits for. It saved us a LOT of money, but we did a character meal every day and usually a sit down dinner as well.