Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Apr 27, 2016
    Thomas from AL Asked

    My grandson is included in a reservation that is separate, but "linked" with my reservation. Can he eat with me and still use hIs dining plan credit or is that a problem because separate persons are financially responsible?

    Hi Thomas

    A September family vacation to Walt Disney World Resort sounds awesome. I remember a few years ago, when my family, my sisters family and our parents, spent a few days together. We had such a great time.

    I love the Disney Dining Plans. It means no worries for the rest of my vacation; problem free, Hakuna Matata. The entitlements are linked to your Resort hotel account and easily accessible with your MagicBand. To answer your question, basically yes, but I'd like to add a few points.

    If you are dining at a Quick-Service location, you can simply make separate orders. For a Table-Service location, simply inform your server that you wish to charge the meals to separate accounts, and also indicate that you'll be using a dining plan entitlement. They will take care of the rest, and split the bill accordingly. Now, if your grandson is a minor and nobody else from his reservation will be dining with you, make sure that he has charging privileges. Simply stop by the concierge desk at the Resort hotel ahead of time, so you won't have any issues.

    Hope you have a magical time and I'm sure you'll make lasting memories.

    Ricardo.
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Meet the Panelist: Ricardo, New Jersey

Greetings! I'm Ricardo. Originally from Argentina, I am an IT geek by day, and a leader of the Galactic Empire by night. I'm a husband, and father to two young Padawans who share their passion for Disney and Star Wars. Join me and together we shall plan the perfect Disney vacation! Learn More About Ricardo

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