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Disney Dining Plans are available for vacation packages with check-in dates on or after January 9, 2024.
Pricing and plan benefits may change.
Disney Dining Plans offer a pre-paid way to purchase a set of meal credits to use during your Walt Disney World Resort stay.
Disney offers pre-paid dining plans to accompany stays at its hotels. Basically, guests pay a fixed amount in exchange for a collection of meal "credits" to use during their stay.
To add a Disney Dining Plan to a stay, guests must purchase a travel package (hotel room plus tickets), have an Annual Pass, or be a Disney Vacation Club (DVC) member staying on points. Rooms with Dining Plans must be booked directly with Disney or an authorized Disney travel agent (not through an online reseller).
Disney offers two dining plans: the "standard" Disney Dining Plan and the Quick-Service Dining Plan.
Disney Dining Plans are available only to guests staying on Disney World property at Disney-operated resort hotel. (See the full list.)
Dining Plan-Eligible Resort Hotels at Disney World
You may NOT purchase a Disney Dining Plan if you are staying off-property or at the Swan, Dolphin, Swan Reserve, the hotels of the Disney Springs Resort Area, the Four Seasons, or Shades of Green. Disney does not operate these hotels.
Here's what you get with the different Disney Dining Plans:
Prices and credits shown are per-night of your hotel stay. Prices include tax. Children under age 3 don't get their own meals but can eat free from an adult's plate.
For example, let's say you purchase the "standard" Disney Dining Plan for a trip where you’re checking-in for a four-day, three-night stay. Since your stay includes three hotel nights, you'll get three quick-service meals, three table-service meals, and three snacks for each member of your party. All meal credits (also called "entitlements") are pooled in a group associated with your room's guests. Meal entitlements can be used by anyone in your group at any time during your stay, and they expire around 11:59 p.m. on the date you check-out.
Snacks abound at Disney World! Although numerous choices are available (including international options at EPCOT festival booths) across property, common snacks include:
Look for the Disney Dining Plan logo on menus to see which items are available for a snack credit.
You'll pay two table-service credits (instead of one) at Disney’s top-of-the-line "signature" meals, dinner shows, regular room service, and in-room pizza delivery. (See the full list.)
Here's a full list of the restaurants that cost two table-service credits:
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