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Unread 16 Aug 19, 09:45 AM  
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What did you spend ?

I know everyone's different but what did you spend on holiday,were just an average family with 2 teenagers , like burgers, pizzas usual teenage junk, not posh meals on a night maybe millers, cicis, Bahamas breeze, Hard Rock Cafe, mels dner, red pizza, couple of beers on a night , just wanted an average spend please, thanks folks
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Unread 16 Aug 19, 09:53 AM  
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theres not one answer..

It depends on where you are staying, ie, are you eating out 3x a day, you have breakfast in a villa or hotel prepaid or a walamart shop ? are you wanting a sit down meal for lunch or a snack?

Evening meal, are you wanting a full fillet steak style meal at $30 or happy with a $10 burger ?

There is so much range its hard to give a figure.. but for us, 2 adult and 2 kids under 10, a typical meal at Longhorns was costing us $80-$90 with drinks, so for 4x adult meals and drink you will be looking at $25 a head min plus tip.

The likes of Millers for an evening will save you cash, bringing it more closer to $20 per person, (no desert or starter)

I suggest you get signing up for email offers at all these places, i must of had $70 plus in free starters..
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We spent 3k over two weeks. (2 adults, 2 teens). That didnt include shopping trips (for clothes etc) but did include food shopping for the villa. We ate out every night, places like Longhorns, Mannys, Texas, Sweet Tomatoes, Applebees, Hard Rock. Only had breakfast out a couple of times. Lunch was mostly at the villa. That included 300 for Busch Gardens tickets and 130 medical bill, fuel, Ubers in Miami, trips to Menchies/Twistee Treats, slushes/Icees by the pool etc. 3k is what I had saved ready to pay off the CC, so I was pretty chuffed with that! No main park visits though, so no expensive park snacks/food.

Just checked my CC bill, Longhorns was our most expensive meal at 115, Culvers was the cheapest at 23. Average was around 75. Neither of us drink alcohol with a meal, and the boys ordered as adults

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We spent 3k over two weeks. (2 adults, 2 teens). That didnt include shopping trips (for clothes etc) but did include food shopping for the villa. We ate out every night, places like Longhorns, Mannys, Texas, Sweet Tomatoes, Applebees, Hard Rock. Only had breakfast out a couple of times. Lunch was mostly at the villa. That included 300 for Busch Gardens tickets and 130 medical bill, fuel, trips to Menchies/Twistee Treats, slushes/Icees by the pool etc. 3k is what I had saved ready to pay off the CC, so I was pretty chuffed with that! No main park visits though, so no expensive park snacks/food.
wow, that sounds a lot, but guess you were eating out every night, we spent just over half that for 19 nights, off site in a villa, and that includes park parking, food and shopping!
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For 4 of us 2 adults and 2 children we spent about $1000 on food over 2 weeks we at out for every meal and we didnt scrimp on anything and everything we wanted. We allowed ourselves an additional $3000 for shopping, fuel etc as all tickets were paid for before we went

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wow, that sounds a lot, but guess you were eating out every night
Yeah, I guess it does, Ive just addd to my post, our most expensive meal was Longhorns, 115, cheapest was Culvers at 23, average around 75. We went for 15 nights. Will have spent a small fortune on food at the airports too 🙄
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Yeah, I guess it does, Ive just addd to my post, our most expensive meal was Longhorns, 115, cheapest was Culvers at 23, average around 75. We went for 15 nights. Will have spent a small fortune on food at the airports too 🙄
I dont think it does! Sounds about right to me
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I dont think it does! Sounds about right to me
Phew . I was just going through my CC bill to see where it all went, but its all about right. 200 a day did seem a lot, but actually for everything, its not bad (and we brought a load of food bits home too )
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