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  • On Apr 26, 2012
    Kristen from IL Asked

    Coming from Chicago for 10 day trip in 2013 - what dining package to go with? Will be eating at parks mostly...

    Hi Kristen,



    If you are predominately planning on dining at quick service (counter) establishments at the theme parks, the Quick Service Dining Plan is a wonderful option.  If you are planning on blending both table service, I'd suggest the standard Disney Dining Plan, where each member of your party would receive one snack, one quick service and one table service credit for each night of your trip.  This is a great, value-driven option if you plan on making table service reservations for any of the character meals.  If you plan on dining exclusively at table-service venues, I'd opt for the Deluxe Dining Plan.

    I hope this helps.  Feel free to write back for more tips!

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