Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Jun 2, 2008
    Debra from MA Asked

    Two small family groups will be visiting WDW in Sept 08, both of us having separate reservations with Disney Dining Plans. When we all eat together will it cause confusion to use two dining plans (2 adults on one and 3 adults on the other) to pay the bill?

    My family did a Grand Gathering at WDW last September during the free dining promotion.  There were a total of ten of us, split between two rooms.  We dined together at almost all of our meals and each time we needed to split the dining credits between two different parties.  We never encountered a single problem in having the bills split this way.  The server always asked before we ordered if we were participating in a dining plan and if so how to properly split the credits.  When it came time to square up at the end of the meal the servers got it right every time.  They do provide a receipt that lists the dining credits remaining and it's easy to quickly check to ensure that credits were correctly charged.  If you were to encounter a problem, you'd just address it before you leave the restaurant and they should be able to take care of any mistakes immediately. 

    Have a great trip!
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