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  • On May 20, 2012
    Ashley from KY Asked

    My family and I are going to Disney this September. We want to eat at Cinderellas castle and have breakfast with Mickey and Minnie.Which dining package would you recommend? We are checking in Wednesday night and leaving Saturday morning.. Thanks

    Hi, Ashley!

    I think the "base" Disney Dining Plan is always a good way to go.  You get 1 Table Service (TS) credit, 1 Quick Service (QS) credit, and  1 Snack Credit for each night of your stay, plus each person on the Dining Plan gets a refillable mug for use at your resort.   Based on your travel, 3 nights, you will get 3 of each credit.  Here is a sample of how you can use your credits:

    Wednesday night:  QS meal
    Thursday:  Snack, QS lunch, TS dinner (Cinderella's Royal Table is 2 TS credits)
    Friday: TS breakfast (Chef Mickey's is 1 TS credit), Snack, QS dinner
    Saturday:  Snack

    If you want to add in an extra Quick Service Meal, it would be cheaper to pay for that one extra meal than to upgrade to the next level of Dining Plan.   Review your choice HERE to see what will work best, but stick with the base plan and I think you will be fine. 

    Once you decide on your dates, get your Advance Dining Reservations booked as lots of our little Mouseketeers are excited to dine with Cinderella and Mickey, so those locations fill up quickly!   Good luck!
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

I am a fundraiser/event planner turned stay at home mom. When I am not running to cheerleading practice or a soccer game with my kids, I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, and of course, planning our next Disney adventure!

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