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  • On Dec 30, 2011
    Kristie from TX Asked

    We are going to Disney next week and will be getting the Dining Plus package that comes with one snack per day. What items in the parks qualify as a "snack"?

    Hi Kristie!

    Snacks at Walt Disney World are a treat for many guests regardless of whether they are on a Disney Dining Plan or not.  My own children think some snacks are a "must do" on any trip to Walt Disney World!

    The official plan states that a snack is a single serving of popcorn, fruit, chips, milk, an ice cream, or a non-alcoholic beverage.  However, I suggest just using that to get a feel for what a snack is.  There are a lot more things in the parks!  I think a good "rule of thumb" is a snack is usually a food item that costs about $4.00 or less, but there is no hard and fast rule!  Sometimes you can't use a snack credit on something less than that amount, while at other times you can use a snack credit on something that costs significantly more!  For example, in the Main Street Bakery in the Magic Kingdom, you could get a yogurt, bag of grapes, cinnamon roll, blueberry muffin, danish, carrot cake, fruit turnover, cookies, piece of pie, etc.

    The various menus in the parks will indicate what item qualifies as a snack.  Keep your eyes while touring the parks and don't be afraid to ask a Cast Member when in doubt!  I hope this helps!  Write back if you have any more questions!
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Meet the Panelist: Bernie, Maryland

I am an engineer with NASA with prior Air Force service. My wife and I have two boys, ages 13 and 8. At home, I'm known as the "Disney Guy" and I've enjoyed helping guests plan their Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland vacations. Learn More About Bernie

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