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  • On Nov 8, 2017
    Mark from TX Asked

    If we are changing hotels mid week on our trip, how do the meal credits work...? We have Deluxe Dining on both reservations, but they will overlap on check-out/check-in day. Do we have six on one day?

    Hello Mark!
    Wow, it is so exciting that you have a Walt Disney World vacation planned! My son and I love the Disney Dining Plan! The way the Disney Dining Plans work is that they are based on the amount of nights that you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort and every person in your room has to have the same Disney Dining Plan. So in your situation because you have a split stay with a Disney Dining Plan for each Walt Disney World Resort you will have Disney Dining Plan Credits for each stay. The Disney Dining Plan Credits last until midnight on the day that you check out of your first resort but I would recommend using them up before check out of your first resort as you will get new Disney Dining Plan Credits on check-in of your second Walt Disney World Resort. It really is up to you how and when you use your Disney Dining Plan Credits during your Walt Disney World vacation (you are not restricted to one table service and one counter service Disney Dining credit in a day-you can use 3 table service credits in one day if you want to for example). I hope that your next Walt Disney World vacation is truly amazing in every way!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
    Marc
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