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Meal vouchers question

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Meal vouchers question

Hello can any advise me if you can book these for one or two days etc of your stay or if it has to be for your whole stay? Thanks

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1. Re: Meal vouchers question

It has to be for the whole stay and for every member on the booking over three years old. I'm also thinking of this but as we're not big eaters I'm sure we can eat cheaper by ordering main course only for main meal, taking plenty of squash for drinks and buying bread and things for lunch. Also filling up at breakfast, which is included in the Disney hotel packages can keep you going!

Other people obviously find the vouchers a really useful way to budget as you've prepaid for all meals.

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2. Re: Meal vouchers question

Hi Danielle,

As jofar says, every person in the booking aged 3 and over has to have the same meal plan for the same number of nights as the hotel is booked for.

Half Board was introduced in 2009 and Full Board was added last year. We have had Half Board Plus as we like restaurants in that category, and used the vouchers for lunch or dinner. They do save some money as long as you use them in the correct category restaurants, choosing from the appropriate menu in table service ones. This usually includes 3 choices of starters, mains and desserts, so more limiting than choosing from the main menu. One soft drink or bottle of water is included per voucher.

We used Full Board ones a few years ago as part of a Free Dining offer, but we didn't use all our lunch ones as we don't really need two meals plus breakfast. That depends on personal appetite.

As jofar says, you don't have to order 3 courses in the restaurants, so the price without vouchers will depend on what you choose.

The all you can eat buffets are a set price for kids and adults, and are slightly cheaper with vouchers as they include the soft drink or water. We rarely bought drinks in resort with our boys anyway, as we carried small plastic bottles and filled those at the drinking fountains in the park ( usually located by restrooms).

Our DS2 does not like fizzy drinks, so if we did buy them he had milk, orange juice or Nestea peach tea. They don't have squash in resort.

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