Disney Dining Plans: What Do You Get.

For the last many years when we go away to Disney World we have gotten the Disney Dining Plan.  What is the dining plan you ask.  Well, the dining plan is a way to not have to worry about cash, or actual cost of the meal.  It is a very simple way of life while in Disney World.  There are many different dining plans available.  Prices vary, and different options come with each one.  Each of the food dining plans is based per night of your reservation.  You cannot take it for a portion of your stay.  You must take it for the entire duration.

When we go we generally go on the Disney Dining plan.  We eat like kings, and queens.  We regret it when we get home, but you only live once, and we can’t get Disney food at home.  I mean I wish I could, but my wife is definitelly no Disney chef.  We always say that not even the best weight loss supplement could help in Disney World.

Counter meals are meals that you go to the counter to get your food.

We recommend places like “The Pepper Market” to get the most for your dollar.

Table meals are meals that you sit down, and you are served fully.

Make your reservations as soon as possible, as locations book quickly.

The refillable mug is for use at your resort.

Click on the dining you are interested in to see the Official Disney brochure.

 

 Counter

Meal

Sit Down

Meal 

 Refillable Mug Snacks  
Disney Quick Dining 2 Per Night    Included 2 Per Night $31.99 Adult$9.99 Child
Disney Dining 1 Per Night 1 Per Night   1 Per Night $41.99 Adult$11.99 Child 
Disney Deluxe Dining   Included $71.99 Adult$20.99 Child
Magic Your Way Premium Dining    Included $164 Adult$114 Child
Magic Your Way Platinum Dining    3 Included $220 Adult$154 Child
Disney Wine N Dine Dining         $39.99 Per Reservation
           

Side Note…

Prices can vary based on time of year.  Check prices before booking.

Here are some notes…

From the Disney Files publication…

“…Wishes will require Members to pay for their Disney Dining Plan upon booking (rather than upon check-in), and Member making cash reservations must pay for one night plus tax upon booking.”

and from DVCMember.Com (The DVC Member website)…

“Members who don’t wish to pay in advance will still have the option of adding their Disney Dining Plan to their reservation as many as 48 hours prior to arrival and paying for the plan just prior to the start of their vacation.”

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