- One lunch quick-service meal that includes one (1) entrée and one (1) non-alcoholic single-serving beverage (may be used only until 4 p.m.). Dessert is not included in the meal.
- One dinner quick-service meal that includes one (1) entrée and one (1) non-alcoholic single-serving beverage (may be used from 4 p.m. until close). Dessert is not included in the meal.
- Casey’s Corner
- Columbia Harbour House
- Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café
- Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Café
- Pinocchio Village Haus
- Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant
The key variable will be price, right? There's no point in purchasing one of these unless it's cheaper than buying the two entrées and beverages separately.
Soft drinks are $3.29 each, so at $29 for the new dining certificates, it's only "worth it" if each entree is over $11.21. If you order corn dog nuggets both times and 2 sodas, it wouldn't be worth it.
The $29 price appears to be inclusive of tax. When the do the math that way and order the cheapest beverage (milk at $1.99), you only need to hit $11.66 to break even. If you have soda, the break even point becomes $10.36.
It's pretty easy to hit those prices. For example, 16 of the 17 lunch entrees at Cosmic Ray's Starlight Café are $11.99 or more. The only one that isn't is chicken nuggets at $9.99.
So, if you drink soda and avoid Casey's Corner, making this work for you isn't tough.