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  • On Oct 16, 2010
    Devin from TN Asked

    I am planning our ADRs. We have the park hopper option w/ deluxe dinning, so can we eat table service breakfast and dinner in different parks than we are spending our day in? does that ADR use that park ticket up for that day? a little confused! THX!

    Devin,

    To make it easier for you, don't think of your park tickets and your Advanced Dining Reservations being associated to each other. The aren't technically related to each other; tickets get you into parks, Advanced Dining Reservations (ADRs) are simply reservations like at restaurants in your home town.

    You do, of course, have to get into the park to get to any restaurants located there. But if you are already visiting parks that day, it really doesn't have any impact on your tickets. The only problem I could ever think of would be if you planned a no-park day where you would not use a park ticket that day, but had a meal inside a park planned. But that is the only issue I could think of.

    Let me know if this does not clear it up, and if you need more explanation.

    Have a magical (and delicious) vacation!
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