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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    I didn't like it. I'd rather eat the stuff that's not on the AYCE plan, and had we just done that, and eaten one small meal and one large one later, we'd have actually spent less.
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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    ^ahh yes...if you split a pass though..you save

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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    they just posted flyers in the whole area. expected to be phased out by transformers opening, starting with online purchasing it

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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    Quote Originally Posted by TSTLSOOM View Post
    they just posted flyers in the whole area. expected to be phased out by transformers opening, starting with online purchasing it
    I can confirm this. Online purchasing has already been eliminated

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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    its a shame, one of the cool things we had at the parks. however, i am glad its gone now. it was a shell of its former self. purchased it a few months ago, and Doc's and the Panda are not as good as i remembered as a kid

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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    Quote Originally Posted by TSTLSOOM View Post
    its a shame, one of the cool things we had at the parks. however, i am glad its gone now. it was a shell of its former self. purchased it a few months ago, and Doc's and the Panda are not as good as i remembered as a kid
    We went today and the adult price had been raised to $26.95 and the kid price to $14.95. When I purchased these passes I was told they will soon be discontinued.

    I regretted getting the passes today. The kids meals, especially the chicken nuggets (the ONLY kids option at Doc Brown's) weren't very good, nor were there healthy options, though I did get them to substitute a typical & small portion of salad for fries. Although I liked the nice broiled chicken I got at the Jurassic Park Cafe (the chicken on the other plates didn't look as good as mine today), I was disappointed with the quality of the rest of the food we got inside of Universal Studios Hollywood. No problem though--next time I'll bring more snacks into the park, and I'll eat one or two meals at better restaurants in Universal City Walk right outside of the park--probably one at Karl Strauss and the other at a fast food restaurant on City Walk's second floor, which--unfortunately--will be better than the food inside the park.
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    Re: All You Can Eat Pass deal through May 24 (beyond that ?)

    Quote Originally Posted by jcruise86 View Post
    We went today and the adult price had been raised to $26.95 and the kid price to $14.95. When I purchased these passes I was told they will soon be discontinued.

    I regretted getting the passes today. The kids meals, especially the chicken nuggets (the ONLY kids option at Doc Brown's) weren't very good, nor were there healthy options, though I did get them to substitute a typical & small portion of salad for fries. Although I liked the nice broiled chicken I got at the Jurassic Park Cafe (the chicken on the other plates didn't look as good as mine today), I was disappointed with the quality of the rest of the food we got inside of Universal Studios Hollywood. No problem though--next time I'll bring more snacks into the park, and I'll eat one or two meals at better restaurants in Universal City Walk right outside of the park--probably one at Karl Strauss and the other at a fast food restaurant on City Walk's second floor, which--unfortunately--will be better than the food inside the park.
    yep honestly the only food i could stand now is the stuff at flintstones. it sucks that they did not let the kids get fried chicken at docs. they used to give a smaller portion of the chicken dinner.

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