Meal plans for Florida

(4 Posts)
MadeOfStarDust Wed 25-Sep-13 14:02:35

go to visitorlando web site and you can get the "magic card" that gives discounts on loads of restaurants and attractions....

Budgiegirlbob Tue 24-Sep-13 20:42:52

If you are staying in a hotel, check with the concierge which local places have offers, eg our concierge told us about kids eating free on Tuesdays in Millers Ale House.

Have a look online at any chain restaurants you like, and sign up if they have an online club, many will send you vouchers by email.

Eg Sweet Tomatoes sent a voucher for $25 for a buffet and drinks for 4 people. And it was fab, even for my very fussy 8 year old DD

richteaaddict Tue 24-Sep-13 18:24:53

food is readily available and it can be as cheap or expensive as you want, some of the all u can eat places are good. We would do breakfast, sometimes, kids loved it (even the fussy ones) then snack for lunch, and then ? eat in or out for tea, or get takeaway...........
Some place you buy theme tickets offers kids eat free cards that you can use all over Orland.
Have a fab holiday

andy84 Mon 16-Sep-13 18:43:58

We went to dlp last year and didnt do a meal plan, wasn't worth it, so next year were going to Florida & wondered what the prices off food was? Would it be worth getting meal plan vouchers or just pick up food as we go, we have a fridge & microwave in our room so probably use them, my kids r extremely fuzzy eaters!! Live on noddles!! xxx

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