Guest not on dining plan
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For my trip in October my sister and I will have the dining plan. My cousin plans to join us for a day (she lives in FL). Will she be able to have dinner with us even if she is not on the dining plan. I'm not sure how that would work. Have any of you ever done this?
I started to answer thinking you wanted to add her to your reservation... But now I think I see your just asking for her to join you for the meal only.... Yes, that should not be a problem... You two will pay with dining credits and she will pay however she choses...
Yes, sure. Last year we traveled with my brother's family. We were on the dining plan, but they were not. When you go to dinner, the waitress will ask you if this is on the DP and you just let her know which members of your party will need a separate check to pay with cash/credit.
The only limitation would be that you can use your dining credits to pay for her meal. (They're supposed to only allow the number of people shown on the Keys to the World card to use dining credits. Everyone else would have to pay for their meal out-of-pocket.)
But they won't care that some are on the dining plan, some paying cash, some paying with credit cards, etc.