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    Beverages?

    Does anyone know how much soft drinks cost at Disney table service restaurants?..I can't seem to find it on any of the menus!
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    For some reason I have the amounts $2.09 and $2.39. Not sure why.


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    I checked Allearsnet.com and their menu prices. This is what they have for Pecos Bill's:


    Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Nestea Iced tea, Apple Juice, Light Lemonade - $2.09, $2.39
    Bottled Water - $1.25/$2.00
    Orange Juice - $2.39
    Whole or Low Fat Milk - $1.29
    Chocolate Milk $1.99
    Nescafe Coffee - Regular, Decaf $1.69 & $1.89
    Hot Cocoa, Hot Tea - $1.69


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    Although the prices listed above are soft drinks at a counter-service restaurant, the table service restaurant prices are right at or around those prices. If you want a worst-case scenario, then raise those prices a couple of dimes and you have your table service price.

    I've heard that some of the drink prices are cheaper in some places than others, so it's probably going to vary depending on which table service restaurant you're in.
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    Thank you!

    Doing a little math, and trying to decided if the dining plan is still worth it!

    There was never a question in the past...but now without the appetizers and gratuity, not so sure!!
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    Is the Dining Plan worth it? First, figure out if you are out which Dining Plan appeals to you. You save a little on the CS meal plan by using those credits for lunch and dinner. If you like a TS meal everyday, then first check on ADRs before purchasing the plan. No point in buying the plan if you can not use it to eat where you want. If you get the ADRs for the restaurants you want, then the DP may be a great option. Just remember to budget extra for tips whether you leave cash or charge the tip to your room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r&trich View Post
    Thank you!

    Doing a little math, and trying to decided if the dining plan is still worth it!
    Disney's Dining Plan (That's My Opinion) by Steve Russo

    This may help.

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    I had to make a dining plan/no dining plan decision before and this helped: factor in how much it would cost if you order what you usually would order, without the DP. Ex. CS meal - usually order an entree and bring our own water w/lemon (we're not cheap - we just don't like soda). The DP includes an entree, soda, and dessert. If we had the DP, the soda and dessert would probably just get thrown away (we may eat the dessert depending on how hungry we were).

    If you plan on taking advantage of every CS meal, snack, and TS meal, then it is worth it. If not, then just skip it.
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    Thank you all very much...looking forward to our trip, no matter where we eat!!
    Wish it was June already!!
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