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  • On Oct 24, 2011
    Marlo from IN Asked

    Hi Darcy! We're planning 2 trips next year. Hubs read on a site it's smart to buy 10 tickets no exp, and save 5 for 2nd trip. Won't this interfere with our 2nd trip's dinning plan? We'd already have park tickets so no package means no dinning

    While there would be a significant cost advantage to purchasing the no expiration option, you would limit yourself with regards to using the Disney Dining Plan during your second trip.  The dining plan is only available to guests purchasing a vacation package that includes resort accommodations and theme park admission.  If you do decide to go ahead with the no expiration option, you'll have to pay out of pocket for your meals.  Hope that helps.  
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