Disney has been pretty good lately at quietly increasing prices. First Walt Disney World park admission prices increased with little warning last month, and it appears Disney is at it again. Though, this time instead of raising ticket prices, it has seemingly increased the price of the Dining Plan, as all three Disney Dining Plan prices appear to have seen a small uptick.
Here is a look at what you can expect now when purchasing the Disney Dining Plans:
Adult 10+: $41.99
Child 3-9: $16.03
(Increased from $39.64 for Adults and $15.75 for Children)
The Quick Service Dining Plan allows each guest to get 2 Quick Service Meals per day. For Breakfast you’ll receive an entrée or combo meal and a non-alcoholic beverage. For Lunch and Dinner you’ll receive an entrée or a complete combo meal, dessert, and a non-alcoholic beverage. You’ll also get 1 Snack Option per day, and 1 Refillable Mug per person for the length of your stay.
Standard Dining Plan
Adult 10+: $60.64
Child 3-9: $19.23
(Increased from $58.68 for Adults and $18.88 for Children)
The Standard Dining Plan comes with 1 Quick Service Meal per day, which includes an entrée or combo meal, dessert (lunch or dinner only), and a non-alcoholic beverage. You also get 1 Sit Down Meal per day which includes entrée, dessert (lunch and dinner only), and non-alcoholic beverage, or, if eating at a buffet, the full buffet. You’ll also receive 1 Snack Option per day and 1 Refillable Mug per person.
Deluxe Dining Plan
Adult 10+: $109.53
Child 3-9: $29.86
(Increased from $104.94 for Adults and $29.51 for Children)
For the Deluxe Dining Plan, guests receive 3 Meals, which can be any combination of either Table Service Meals or Quick Service meals. Table Service meals include an appetizer (lunch and dinner only), entree, dessert (lunch and dinner only), and a non-alcoholic beverage. Or, if eating at a buffet, the full buffet. Quick Service Meals include an entrée or combo meal, dessert (lunch and dinner only and a non-alcoholic beverage. Also included in the plan are 2 Snack Credits per day plus one resort refillable mug per person for the length of stay.
The best thing to do when planning your trip is to figure out which Disney Dining Plan (or any Disney Dining Plan!) is worth it for you. To do that, take a look at the menus of the restaurants you are planning on dining at and do the math to figure out if the cost of the dining plan works with what you plan on eating.
If you want to learn more about the Disney Dining Plans, as well as find out the estimated value of each of the different dining plan components, make sure to read our Disney Dining Plan page.