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  • On Feb 16, 2013
    Scott Asked

    We have 2013 dining plan. First trip to Disney. On table service meals that are accepted does it cover 100 percent of the tab for dinner? Ex: some entrees I noticed are $25 and up, are these covered on my plan, or are extra charges put on cred card?

    Assuming you are using the standard Disney Dining Plan, Scott, your table-service meals will include an entree, non-alcoholic beverage and dessert.  In my experience, I've come across only a few menu items that are not covered by the dining plan credits, and in those instances, the menu items I'm thinking of could be purchased with dining credits as long as two eligible guests combined their credits to order the item.  Think along the line of platters meant for two guests or more.  As long as you order a dining plan eligible item, the full cost will be covered by your dining credit no matter the cost of the item; there will be no further charges.  If you opt to order additional items (like an appetizer or a beer, for instance) your bill will reflect the full price of those ineligible items.  Your bill will also reflect the gratuity.  Other than that, all of your charges will be covered by the dining plan.  I hope that clears things up for you.  Happy dining!
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