Dining Plan Possible Snack Changes
This is from All Ears Hears, which is unconfirmed information:
I wanted to let you know that there have been some changes to the Dining Plan snack options. Previously we were told that (almost) any snack under $4 would qualify for the Dining Plan Snack credit, but they no longer allow that. They have changed the policy to cover only a "single serving" snack -- so many of the snacks we were previously allowed no longer qualify. For instance, the new 2-ounce ($1.75) box of Minnie's Bakery Character Cookies does qualify, but not the 7-ounce ($3.95) box. Also, we had dinner at Tutto Italia in Epcot and it was good, but definitely not as good as I remember Alfredo's, where every bite was divine! After dinner we ordered two cups of hot tea and were surprised that we were charged $4 for each cup! I told the waiter that we thought a cup of tea would qualify for our "non-alcoholic beverage" under the Dining Plan, but he said no. The manager would not accept coffee or tea under the Dining Plan. Since I was not carrying a copy of
the Dining Plan with me, we didn't argue. In any case, I thought that $8 was pretty steep for some hot water and two tea bags. We won't be going back there again. All the other restaurants had offered us a soft drink, coffee, or tea -- and Spoodles even offered a non-alcoholic pina colada! Thanks again for your great newsletter! I look forward to it every week!
Some people are like Slinkies.
They aren't really good for anything,
but they still bring a smile to my face when I push them down a flight of stairs.
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