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  • I have the dining plus plan, does this include drinks w/ each meal? And are there certain items on the menu that this covers or is it anything?
  • - Asked by Jenna from Indiana on 10/10/2013
  • Hi Jenna!

    All of Disney's Dining Plans includes a non-alcoholic beverage with each of your meals as well as a refillable resort mug that can be used at any quick-service location located at a Disney owned resort. Almost everything is included on Disney's Dining Plan with just a few exceptions:
    • Alcoholic Beverages
    • Items that a more than a single serving, such as desserts that are big enough to share
    • Item that comes in a souvenir packaging
    • certain special dining events
    When you check-in for your table-service meals, a cast member will ask if you are Disney's Dining Plan in order to inform your server.  Once you are seated, your server will be able to point out any menu items that may not be eligible for Disney's Dining Plan. 

    When using snack credits, the typical rule of thumb is pretty much anything under $5.00 is considered a snack.  Most items will be marked with a purple and white square letting you know that they are eligible for Disney's Dining Plan.  If it's not marked, it certainly never hurts to ask!

    Thank you for visiting us here at Disney Parks Moms Panel.  Please let us know if you have anymore questions or need any advice, we're always thrilled to help!

    Best Wishes!
    Mandy
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