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Old 29 Sep 20, 12:09 PM  
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Dining Plan help

I have just booked Newport Bay for February next year and have the half board plus dining included.

My question is, if I wanted to go to a restaurant that is only available on the premium plan e.g. Inventions, would I have to pay fully in cash or can I use my voucher to part pay and then pay cash for the difference?

If I can make a partial payment with my voucher, how would I know what the difference is, does my plus voucher have a particular cash value?

(I know that some restaurants may not be open in February, just wanting to get a better understanding of how things work normally)

Thanks.
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You can use your voucher in part payment (actually it isnít a voucher any more, it is added to your room key).

The value varies so it can be difficult to find out how much it is currently. I tend to look at the price of the cheapest Plus meal and itís round about that. Iím sure someone with more up to date info can confirm.
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I hope the weather is more temperate for you than when weíve ever gone at February half term!
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Cold and wet in 2011 when we took friends, but there is no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothing!

Our first WDW trip was freezing, we wore winter coats and had minus 2 temps. Absolutely loved it!
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Yes the weather is a bit of a risk. I hope I can avoid rain or snow, but I don't mind low temperature.
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We went in 2014 early march. It was t shirt weather. Went 2 years later in late feb and it snowed.
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Yes the weather is a bit of a risk. I hope I can avoid rain or snow, but I don't mind low temperature.
We have never had rain or snow but the fountains were frozen solid. Iím not a fan of cold weather but that was a new cold 🥶 l
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Cold and wet in 2011 when we took friends, but there is no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothing!

Our first WDW trip was freezing, we wore winter coats and had minus 2 temps. Absolutely loved it!
Iím opposite you Gill

Even with loads of warm clothes I felt miserable with my face freezing and so on. And the faff of taking it all off when you went indoors and lugging it all around 😂

We had only ever been in Feb and March and April and then finally went in July last year - it made a massive difference to my enjoyment!

But if you/others like chillier temps all good, it just wasnít for me
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Weíve been in February and it has been bone crushingly cold. Had a great time though. Just makes sure youíve got extra warm clothes. even on the feet.
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We are going in March is it similar to WDW where everything is on a magic band. Is DLP a similar process or is it on a card? As we have the full board dining plan
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