Universal Orlando Resort Ends Their Universal Dining Plan

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Effective today, the Universal Dining Plans have officially ended and it would appear that it has ended indefinitely. According to a message with their social media team:

 

In addition, it appears that the page has been removed from Universal Orlando’s website entirely.

For those who have already purchased a Universal Dining Plan, you’re still in luck. You will be able to still use it. The resort just isn’t selling the option for any new Guests.

Guests who purchased a Universal Dining Plan would be able to enjoy the convenience, savings and selection at over 100 dining locations in both theme parks, as well as at Universal CityWalk. When Guests arrived at their hotel they would receive a Universal Dining card. This card would then need to be presented when you placed your order to redeem your credits. Universal Dining Plans were only available with the purchase of a Universal Orlando Vacation Package.

The regular plan included:

  • 1 Full-Service Meal – includes one entrée, one non-alcoholic beverage, 1 Dining Plan Dessert
  • 1 Quick Service Meal – includes one entrée, one non-alcoholic beverage
  • 1 Snack
  • 1 Non-Alcoholic Beverage

The Universal Quick Service Dining Plan included:

  • 1 Quick Service Meal – includes one entrée, one non-alcoholic beverage
  • 1 Snack
  • 1 Non-Alcoholic Beverage

There were also options that included a Coca Cola Freestyle Souvenir Cup.

As Universal Orlando Resort continues to evolve, we’ll be sure to share any additional updates.

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