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ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 10:32 AM
im still at a loss with an aspect of staying onsite,Tix & DDP

if you stay onsite do you have to buy your tix from disney to be able to take advantage of having the DDP?

or

can you buy your tix elsewhere?

Vixynne
09-08-2009, 10:45 AM
I booked my Disney trip through a travel agent (as opposed to calling Disney Reservations myself), and our package included the dining plan for the entire trip, as well as park tickets. My agent is also going to handle booking our seated meals so that we won't have to scramble for reservations.

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 11:12 AM
I booked my Disney trip through a travel agent (as opposed to calling Disney Reservations myself), and our package included the dining plan for the entire trip, as well as park tickets. My agent is also going to handle booking our seated meals so that we won't have to scramble for reservations.

thx all the same but its not answering my question :lol:

Vixynne
09-08-2009, 04:43 PM
*chuckles*
Sorry, Mick, that's what happens when I read the forum at nearly 7 a.m. on no sleep...my inner blonde comes out with a vengeance!

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 05:25 PM
*chuckles*
Sorry, Mick, that's what happens when I read the forum at nearly 7 a.m. on no sleep...my inner blonde comes out with a vengeance!

:lol: thats ok no problem blondie :wink: :lol:

sunsetlakes
09-08-2009, 05:37 PM
I haven't got a clue, but didn't want to read and run without saying "hi" to you Mick :unsure::wave::taunt:

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 05:40 PM
I haven't got a clue, but didn't want to read and run without saying "hi" to you Mick :unsure::wave::taunt:

awwwww bless you :hug2: :hug2: :taunt:

:lol: what are you like linda, useless that what :wink: :evil:

sunsetlakes
09-08-2009, 05:45 PM
awwwww bless you :hug2: :hug2: :taunt:

:lol: what are you like linda, useless that what :wink: :evil:

I know :insane: that's me........... can't even blame it on a blonde moment as i'm more of a red-head - this smilie was made just for me :ROFL1: Hope you get your answers Mick :hug2:

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 05:56 PM
I know :insane: that's me........... can't even blame it on a blonde moment as i'm more of a red-head - this smilie was made just for me :ROFL1: Hope you get your answers Mick :hug2:

:lol: the hair style the same too :wink: :lol:

someone will know im sure

but thx for nothing linda :wink: :lol:

Isafari
09-08-2009, 06:29 PM
Well....I may as well join in and say I have no idea too :exit:

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 06:33 PM
Well....I may as well join in and say I have no idea too :exit:

well at least im getting some replies, even tho they are no good to me :wink: :lol:

keith
09-08-2009, 06:44 PM
The answer is no I'm afraid.

The dining plan is an addon to a package and the package has to be dining and at least a one day park ticket, from disney, for each member of the party.

The exceptions to this rule are Annual pass holders and DVC members staying on points.

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 06:50 PM
The answer is no I'm afraid.

The dining plan is an addon to a package and the package has to be dining and at least a one day park ticket, from disney, for each member of the party.

The exceptions to this rule are Annual pass holders and DVC members staying on points.

ahhhhh right so all i need is one ticket per guest, thats cool as we have some left from 1st trip in 2000 park hoppers and non expiry :D

cool thanks keith :D

Isafari
09-08-2009, 06:52 PM
The exceptions to this rule are Annual pass holders and DVC members staying on points.

:unsure: does this mean that I can get DDP staying offsite, but having an AP?

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 06:54 PM
:unsure: does this mean that I can get DDP staying offsite, but having an AP?

i think DDP is for resort guests only

keith
09-08-2009, 06:54 PM
ahhhhh right so all i need is one ticket per guest, thats cool as we have some left from 1st trip in 2000 park hoppers and non expiry :D

cool thanks keith :D

no no, you have to buy them with your accommodation :) you can't say hey I already have some :) (unless you mean you can just buy 1 day each and then use your old ones to get into the parks?)

...but still, according to the rules, you only need 1 day each so thats better than it could be. Note, if you buy from disney they'll try and get you to buy a ticket for length of stay for each guest. I find a Disney specialist Travel Agent is better for this one.

keith
09-08-2009, 06:55 PM
:unsure: does this mean that I can get DDP staying offsite, but having an AP?

nope, have to be staying onsite but if you book using your AP you can add DDP onto it without buying park tickets (which wasnt always the case :/ we've got tons of 1 day tickets we didnt need but had to buy)

ukwdwnut
09-08-2009, 06:56 PM
no no, you have to buy them with your accommodation :) you can't say hey I already have some :) (unless you mean you can just buy 1 day each and then use your old ones to get into the parks?)

...but still, according to the rules, you only need 1 day each so thats better than it could be. Note, if you buy from disney they'll try and get you to buy a ticket for length of stay for each guest. I find a Disney specialist Travel Agent is better for this one.

yeah thats what i mean i buy one each for us when we book and use what we have already for other days out at the parks :D

keith
09-08-2009, 06:57 PM
yeah thats what i mean i buy one each for us when we book and use what we have already for other days out at the parks :D

yep! :yes:

Taja
09-08-2009, 07:36 PM
From a US resident viewpoint, you do have to purchase at least a one-day park ticket to "create a package" in addition to your room to be able to use free DDP. Paying for DDP, I'm not sure! :lol:

But I will say that I believe you do have to create a room and ticket package before you can add DDP, even if purchased.

I'm sure our TAs will be along to correct my assumptions! :)

BevW
10-08-2009, 12:12 AM
Man..I'm sure glad I'm done with this part of my planning. Good luck Mick!!!