Let Disney feed you.

The Disney Dining Plan is an option that can be added to your ticket package – and it’s something that could save you money. On the dining plan, each day you get “points” that allow you to eat one table service meal, one counter service meal, and one snack. This could be something worth trying – however it’s only available if you are a Disney Resort guest.

Dining Plan Options/Prices

QUICK SERVICE DINING PLAN
The Quick Service Dining Plan is $29.99 a night for adults (ages 10 and up) and $8.99 a night for children (ages 3-9). The Quick Service option gives you these points:

– 2 Quick Service Meals (each night you have the package)

  • 2 Snacks (each night you have the package)
  • 1 Refillable Resort Mug (one for the duration of your stay)

STANDARD DINING PLAN
The Standard Dining Plan option is $39.99 per night for adults (ages 10 and up) and $10.99 per night for children (ages 3-9). The Standard option gives you these points:

– 1 Table Service Meal (each night you have the package)

  • 1 Quick Service Meal (each night you have the package)
  • 1 Snack (each night you have the package)

DELUXE DINING PLAN
The Deluxe Dining Plan is $71.99 per night for adults (ages 10 and up) and $20.99 per night for children (ages 3-9). The Deluxe Dining option gives you these points:

– 3 Meals (any combination of Quick Service or Table Service; each night you have the package)

  • 2 Snacks (each night you have the package)
  • 1 Refillable Resort Mug (one for the duration of your stay) 

WINE & DINE ADD-ON
The Wine & Dine add-on is $39.99 per night per room. This add-on package to the Disney Dining Plan gives you these points:

– 1 Wine Accompaniment (each night you have the package)

The Meals, Explained

Below are the four different meal types explained – along with what exactly you can do with each one.

QUICK SERVICE/COUNTER SERVICE MEAL
A Quick Service Meal is considered one of the following (you can choose how you use it):

– A Combo Meal or

  • (Lunch or Dinner only) An Entree, a dessert, and one small beverage (excluding alcoholic beverages) or
  • (Breakfast only) An Entree, a juice, and one small beverage (excluding alcoholic beverages)

TABLE SERVICE MEAL
A Table Service Meal is considered one of the following (you can choose how to use it):

 A Buffet and beverage (non-alcoholic) or

  • A Family Style meal and beverage (non-alcoholic) or

 A Pre-plated meal and beverage (non-alcoholic) or
– An Entree, beverage (non-alcoholic), and dessert

SNACKS
Snacks are considered one of the following (you can choose how to use this option):

 Popcorn

  • Frozen Ice Cream

– Popsicle

  • Medium-sized soft drink
  • most anything else found in snack carts

WINE ACCOMPANIMENT
The Wine Accompaniment add-on is considered one of the following (you can choose how to use this option):

– A bottle of wine chosen from a list during table service meal

REFILLABLE RESORT MUG
The Refillable Resort Mug is considered one of the following (you can choose how to use this):

A Refillable Resort Mug that can be used for the entire duration of your stay
The mug can be used for things like unlimited tea (hot/cold), coffee, soft drinks, etc.

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