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The Return of the Dining Plan!

Beginning on May 31, 2023 Dining Plans will once again be available to add on to Walt Disney World vacations that travel starting January 9, 2024! Dining Plans can be added to Walt Disney World packages for the length of stay at a Walt Disney World resort for each person 3 and over in the room. Guests can make payments on their dining plan along with their resort package up until 30 days prior to arrival. The dining plan is a great way to budget for your upcoming Walt Disney World vacation.

Quick Service Dining Plan 

A great option for families who like to avoid being locked into a dining reservation so they can go with the flow - The Quick Service meal plan gives each guest 2 quick service meals plus a drink at each meal per night of their stay in addition to one snack or non-alcoholic beverage per day and a resort refillable mug to use during the length of their stay. For guests 21 and older, the beverage that comes with a quick service meal can be substituted for beer, wine or a cocktail. The meal plan must be purchased for the entire length of your resort stay and must be purchased for each person in the room.

The Disney Dining Plan 

The Disney Dining Plan includes one quick service meal with a drink per day in addition to one table service meal per day, one snack or nonalcoholic beverage per day and one resort refillable mug that can be used for the length of stay. Reservations are highly encouraged for Table Service Meals and can be made 60 days in advance from the start of your vacation. Just like the Quick Service Meal Plan, guests 21 and older can substitute the beverage that comes with a meal for an alcoholic beverage. When using a table service meal credit keep in mind that gratuity is not included in the Meal Plan and servers should be tipped accordingly. 

Additional Dining Opportunities

For guests who choose to dine at Signature and Fine Dining locations, Dinner Shows and select character dining locations - there will be a charge of two table service meal credits instead of just the standard one table service meal credit. In the past restaurants such as Cinderella’s Royal Table, Le Cellier and others have required two meal credits per person.

Want to learn more about adding the Disney Dining Plan onto your next Disney Vacation? Click here to fill out our quote request and start planning your next magical vacation with a certified travel expert!

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