Help! Dining plans for Nov. get away

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Help! Dining plans for Nov. get away

Nov. 2-6th myself and 2 sorority sisters are going to WDW. 2 of us are Disney freaks and have been a million times but one has never been. The park times are strange and it closes early. Thinking about doing the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review as I have Tables in Wonderland and 20% off anddd it is all you can drink! Which were college students...sooo...you can't help that that looks nice to the eye.

However, as a new Disney go-er is it worth missing 2 hours of park time to go for the dinner show? I am trying to balance everything Disney has to offer for here. Were calling our trip the 3 day Mouseketeer Marathon!

Any opinions would be great!

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I was also looking at Hoop Dee Doo because of the all you can drink option, but then I did some math and for me it didn't really work out so well for the price. I also get full on a very small amount of food, so having dinner involved would cut down the monetary value as I'd only be able to stomach a couple glasses of sangria under two hours. Even with the 20% off, it would still come to about $60 each after tip.

Personally, I would stay a little later in the park, grab a small counter service dinner, and hop over to Jellyrolls for the evening. However, if the dinner, beer and wine, and of course the entertainment appeal to you, then by all means do it!

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In my estimation HDDR is SO worth it even for light eaters and light drinkers. Heck it's worth it just to get a glimpse of mrhub in a TuTu. laugh and apparently his Halo rolling

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Vettelover wrote:
In my estimation HDDR is SO worth it even for light eaters and light drinkers. Heck it's worth it just to get a glimpse of mrhub in a TuTu. laugh

awesome

I'm looking forward to my first HDDR in November.

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JoAnn C wrote:
Vettelover wrote:
In my estimation HDDR is SO worth it even for light eaters and light drinkers. Heck it's worth it just to get a glimpse of mrhub in a TuTu. laugh

awesome

I'm looking forward to my first HDDR in November.

Be prepared to laugh. awesome

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Vettelover wrote:
In my estimation HDDR is SO worth it even for light eaters and light drinkers. Heck it's worth it just to get a glimpse of mrhub in a TuTu. laugh and apparently his Halo rolling

Oh thanks a lot VL! Got that one saved on your computer do you? Ha. rolling

Okay for my opinion, the show was funny and worth seeing, once. Yeah I got picked to be in it and that was a once in a lifetime experience, believe me, a once in a lifetime experience! Would I got back again anytime soon? No. I would much rather use the time in the parks, especially if your time is limited, and definitely don't use the dinning plan to go there, your credits can be use elsewhere for a much better dinner. Pay out of pocket for this one.

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Looking good mrhub awesome me thinks the halo should have been slightly titled Wink
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Thanks for all the opinions!

I think we will just stick to the park...unless we get lucky with crowds and do everything we need too then maybe we will see if we can get a reservation the day of.

Thanks!

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i love the hddr we go alot and i always get my money's worth (with the beer anyway), but we always go for ten days so not really taking time away from the parks, if i only had three days i would probably not go

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HDDR is a must for us to start every trip! Definately worth it!