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    Smile How do you do breakfast on the dining plan?

    Just curious how others do breakfast on the dining plan. We usually either just buy breakfast out of pocket or use our snack to pick up a muffin or bagel at the resort. Interested in how everyone does it!
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    We usually bring pastries, fruit, cereal, juice and milk with us and eat in the room and save our CS credits for lunch and TS for dinner and snacks for candy, funnel cakes, ice creams etc.... The one exception we always do a TS breakfast on the day of checkout but I usually end up paying OOP for it.


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    Out of pocket or snack credits. Breakfast for us is usually something small and quick on the run.
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    We only ever use a dining credit for breakfast on the very last day of the trip at Chef Mickey's. Other days, we eat in the room with stuff we've packed. QS is always at lunch and TS is always dinner
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    If your at Epcot in the evening, you can visit France and use a snack credit for a ham and cheese croissant for breakfast. We thought it made a nice breakfast.
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    i get breakfast sandwhiches with my dining plan points the best one by far is in sunshine sunshine seasons.... the roasted pork panini is the best
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    Our breakfast is usually something quick and brought from home. We buy milk out of pocket at the beginning of our trip and will sometimes get a pastry dessert and save for the next morning. (This is especially easy at the Pepper Market at csr.)
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    My family just doesn't function without a good breakfast. We split credits for both BF and lunch. Too much food for one person. Get the big platter and split all the items. Get a double cheese burger for lunch and just get an extra bun. Stuff like that. Have always been able to use full credit for all three meals that way.
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    We get the deluxe meal plan and use points for breakfast. We usually skip or get something small for lunch.

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    Would typically use a snack credit for a yogurt parfait or something like that for breakfast.

    Not on a dining plan this time around, so will be OOP for everything, but probably won't change that part....
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    Unless we are doing a big TS breakfast somewhere, we usually send the early birds of the family to the food court to purchase 2 big breakfast platters. They bring it back to the room (to the late birds!), and we split it among the 4 of us. It's plenty of food, and helps balance out the morning prep schedules too.
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    We take pop tarts or other breafast type foods and then on our last day we do BOMA !!! They have an incredible breakfast buffett !!!
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    We are budget conscious and like to get to the parks early at rope drop, so we usually eat breakfast snacks and cereal in our room before catching the bus to the parks. Since we drive to WDW we can bring whatever we want from home, including a big cooler for milk etc. since they no longer have fridges in the rooms.
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