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  • On Feb 3, 2010
    Hannah from LA Asked

    I am confused about the credits on the DDP for example, where it says one "single serving": Breakfast *Juice * Entree * non-Alcoholic Beverage, does that mean you get one juice OR Entree OR Beverage or do all those things count as one meal credit

    Hi Hannah,

    I understand your confusion. The wording on the Disney Dining Plan can be a little confusing at times if you have not used the plan previously.

    The explanation that it lists, means for breakfast you can choose one entree and also one single serving of juice or a non-alcoholic beverage. This means basically that you will receive your meal, plus a drink. Lunch and dinner options under the regular plan usually includes an entree of your choice, a non-alcoholic drink, and a dessert. Each one of these examples is one credit per person, as long as you are not dining at a two credit location.

    You can find additional information about the different Plans and participating locations here.

    Happy dining!
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