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Old 21 Jun 19, 11:50 AM  
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Oh wow! Well that's just made my decision even easier for next March! There'll be no need to buy any food at all now!
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Old 12 Jul 19, 12:57 PM  
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Sorry to jump on thread. We will be having half board as current promotion. What does this include please and thank you.
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Old 12 Jul 19, 04:35 PM  
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Sorry to jump on thread. We will be having half board as current promotion. What does this include please and thank you.
It will include a buffet breakfast at your hotel and then one other meal per night of your stay (to be used as either lunch or dinner as you wish) the options you have in terms of restaurants depends on the level of meal plan. Where will you be staying? As that will determine which level plan you are on.
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Old 12 Jul 19, 05:22 PM  
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Originally Posted by Stubbs86 View Post
It will include a buffet breakfast at your hotel and then one other meal per night of your stay (to be used as either lunch or dinner as you wish) the options you have in terms of restaurants depends on the level of meal plan. Where will you be staying? As that will determine which level plan you are on.


Thank you for taking the time to reply. Deciding between Cheyenne and SL. Food and bed comfort will be my deciders. 🙂
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Old 12 Jul 19, 05:28 PM  
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Thank you for taking the time to reply. Deciding between Cheyenne and SL. Food and bed comfort will be my deciders. 🙂
If you stay at the Cheyenne with free half board you will get "standard" level, if you stay at Sequoia Lodge you get "plus" level.

Standard level covers buffet restaurants and plus covers buffet and selected table service too.

More info explaining the differences between standard and plus here:
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SL if you can afford it. More choice of restaurants, nearer, lovely and cosy
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Old 12 Jul 19, 08:51 PM  
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Thank you all. Think decided on SL. Have a good weekend. 🙂
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A great move by Disney to end (I hope) the quick service breakfast in the parks.
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A great move by Disney to end (I hope) the quick service breakfast in the parks.
Yes, long gone. But unless you have a dining plan, breakfast in the hotels is pretty pricey.
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