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Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

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  • Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

    Anyone heard of this? My sister tells me you can pre-buy meals at Disneyland by adding this option to your park hoppers when you buy them. I've scoured the Disney site and other websites, but I'm not seeing anything, or maybe I'm just missing it? Can anyone help me out here? Oh, and I'm traveling from out of town, no AP here, in case that makes a difference. Thanks
    As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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    Re: Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

    You can add it if you book a hotel and tickets through disney.com.

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      Re: Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

      Originally posted by misterp102778
      You can add it if you book a hotel and tickets through disney.com.
      Ah, that makes sense. Thanks for the fast reply. Micechatters are the best. See ya all next month
      As nice as the other parks are, we must always remember that it all began at Disneyland. Disneyland should be the crown jewel in the Disney crown.

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        Re: Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

        I love these and purchase them every time.

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          Re: Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

          We are from Arizona a bought the dining options and they were wonderful. We didn't have to have cash with us and didn't have to be strapped for cash cause it was paid in advance. What you get is voutchers that are good for the restraunts and the popcorn and ice cream venders. I think it was one $15 for lunch and a $20 for dinner plus two or three vendor ones for $5, per person per day. Kids were alittle cheaper as their meals are cheaper. If the bill goes over the amount of the voucher you just pay the difference but if it is under you do not get change back (I think) I hope this helps.

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            Re: Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

            BTW You have to order them through Disney themselves. You can get the phone number off the web site.

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              Re: Dining Option for Park Hopper Tickets?

              These are great for "pre-paying" but not so great for saving money. At best you will come out even. I personally would rather pay as I go. Otherwise I would be worrying about getting my money's worth.

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