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What snacks are included in the minibars in the rooms? Do most of you plan to include snacks in your OOT bags and if so, what are you planning to include? Any tips on what snacks got rave reviews and which could be left off?

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I wasn't planning to include snacks since we are staying at an all-inclusive & my guests have access to food anytime. I am going to include some of the single-serving crystal light packs, gum, & lifesavers/mints though.

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I'm going to include some sort of big bag of either chips or pretzels in my OOT bags. I figure, even though I'm at a All Inclusive, people always want snacks.. Plus, it's a "filler" item for my OOT bags... :)

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I'm just doing some candy. I'm using a quart sized chinese take-out box. Putting clear individual treat bags filled with 4 of our favorites (swedish fish, whoopers, starburst and chocolate covered pretezels) w/ some loose dark chocolate dove candies. Sticking a big labels to close it with something like "some of our favorites" or something more catchy.

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We are doing snacks since our resort is not all-inclusive.

 

During our site visit trip we saw large bags of chips at the tortilla factory and will purchase those and jars of salsa down there. We are also including homemade Mexican fudge that will made at home and carefully taken down. Finally we will include bottled water with our own labels.

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We are doing a bag of chips and either a Hershey bar or an individual sized bag of M&M pretzels if I can find them. We are also including mints.

 

Our resort is either AI or not; you can book either way. We figured since the mini bar isn't included in the AI and eveyone loves snacks, we would throw some in the bags.

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We are doing gum, mints, pretzels, goldfish, and a few powdered drink mixes. Even though our resort is AI it is still nice to have some of your favorite snack food on hand!

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I'm running out of space... lol. I already bought lifesavers, fruit snacks, gum and individual wet ones for the bags. I will place them in a small ziploc bag and drop in oot bag. If I have time(and space in someone's luggage) I will add granola bars or pretzels.

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