Disney’s Exclusive Plan

What Disney plan are you on? Got an Annual Pass? Not good enough. Staying onsite? Well, no question about that. How about the Dining Plan? May be necessary. Actually, just to be safe, you should probably have all of the above, ie, the Exclusive Plan.

I just read the post on the Disney Food Blog about reservations at Be Our Guest only open to people who’ve made ressies with FastPass+, meaning only those who are staying onsite and booked through the system.

We’re not really surprised – we’ve been expecting this to happen – that staying onsite at Disney will be a requirement for almost anything. I’m so livid, that’s about all I can say for now. And I’m not the only one – check out the comments on this post.

We’d rather skip this restaurant anyway but what will be next to go if you don’t stay in one of their resorts? So much for locals or day trips or those who book a pool home with their family.

This kind of thing should be illegal. But that’s Disney for you.

So much for even thinking about retiring in Florida – by then you won’t be allowed in the park unless you’re staying onsite. Maybe we’ll retire in Nashville and I can pursue songwriting instead. 🙂

In the meantime, I’m wondering how our next trip to Disneyland will turn out. Last time, our plans were hampered by the Half-Marathon. We’re trying to think positive thoughts, but, at the same time, you need to be prepared for disappointment.

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