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Taking my kids on first KI trip next week. Is the day meal pass worth the hefty 29.99 price? There's 4 of us, 2 adults, a 7 and a 6 year old. Thanks KI Central for help!

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First, keep in mind that the meal plan is for one, and only one, person, and I'm 90% certain that no sharing is permitted. If multiple people want to use it, then multiple plans must be purchased, one per person, each at full price.

 

That said, it takes three meals to get your money's worth out of the plan. So if either of the adults think they will eat three or more meals in one day, go for it. If you'll only eat lunch, dinner, and small snacks, skip it (only full meals are available on the meal plan, no snacks). However, the kids will be better off without it, as three adult meals would be more than kids of that age can eat, and the meal plan does not cover any kids' meals or kids' menus anywhere in the park.

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First, keep in mind that the meal plan is for one, and only one, person, and I'm 90% certain that no sharing is permitted. If multiple people want to use it, then multiple plans must be purchased, one per person, each at full price.

That said, it takes three meals to get your money's worth out of the plan. So if either of the adults think they will eat three or more meals in one day, go for it. If you'll only eat lunch, dinner, and small snacks, skip it (only full meals are available on the meal plan, no snacks). However, the kids will be better off without it, as three adult meals would be more than kids of that age can eat, and the meal plan does not cover any kids' meals or kids' menus anywhere in the park.

How would they enforce no sharing? For example, if I take my niece to the park and decide to give her my coney dog that's on my meal plan, how would they know? These plans are generous in portion size and would they rather the coney dog go in the trash?

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First, keep in mind that the meal plan is for one, and only one, person, and I'm 90% certain that no sharing is permitted. If multiple people want to use it, then multiple plans must be purchased, one per person, each at full price.

That said, it takes three meals to get your money's worth out of the plan. So if either of the adults think they will eat three or more meals in one day, go for it. If you'll only eat lunch, dinner, and small snacks, skip it (only full meals are available on the meal plan, no snacks). However, the kids will be better off without it, as three adult meals would be more than kids of that age can eat, and the meal plan does not cover any kids' meals or kids' menus anywhere in the park.

How would they enforce no sharing? For example, if I take my niece to the park and decide to give her my coney dog that's on my meal plan, how would they know? These plans are generous in portion size and would they rather the coney dog go in the trash?

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They don't really.  I imagine they could, but it would be a PR nightmare, as well as a headache to enforce, they may say something at the Reds Hall of Fame grille, but I doubt anyone takes note at places where you get your meal and go eat on a bench or table somewhere (ie you don't have a server)

 

meal plans all depend on how much, and how often you plan to eat.  At the park last night, we used our season meal plan to eat at Chick Fil-A.  It was the first time I've eaten at Chick Fil-A in the park, wasn't sure what to expect, huge portion of fries, chicken sandwhich was pretty large as well.  You can get value out of it, but if cost is a concern, your best bet is to pack snacks or eat a light meal right before getting to the park, eat a late lunch, perhaps a snack of some sort in the evening, then figure out if your hungry enough to stop somewhere on the way home.

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My wife and I both have meal plans. But when we eat at Reds HOF grille we usually just split a buffalo chicken salad because it is so big. Nobody has said anything to us.

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