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  • On Aug 26, 2009
    Brian from CT Asked

    My GF and I are returning in Oct. for a long weekend and we signed up for the quick servise plan. We are concidering to upgrade to table service. We're wondering what is concidered a "snack" and if you think it is worth upgrading. Any help would

    Hi Brian!

    On the dining plan a snack is considered most single serving sized items under $4.00. Some examples are bottled water, soft pretzels, Mickey ice cream treats, a single serving of popcorn, small bags of chips, muffins, root beer floats, single pieces of fresh fruit and much, much more! For an extensive list of snack items confirmed by Disney guests visit www.disboards.com and go to the "Disney Restaurants" forum. Once here there is a sub-forum labeled "Disney Dining Plan" and within this board there is a thread containing a list of snack items.

    Another thing to keep in mind is that all items that are considered snacks under the dining plan have a little icon next to them on the menus. By looking for that little icon, you will know what counts as a snack.

    It may be worthwhile for you to upgrade to the basic dining plan if you plan to eat at any table service or "sit down" restaurants - especially if any of those are signature dining establishments. I would recommend taking at look at your touring plan and where you would like to eat. You can view menus at www.allears.net by clicking on "Dining" at the top of the page and then "The Menus" on the left side. By getting an approximate idea of what your sit down meals (if any) might cost, you should have a better idea of which plan is right for you.

    Have fun with the rest of your planning!
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My name is Amber and I’m a stay-at-home mom from southwestern Pennsylvania. Planning my family’s Disney vacations is always so much fun. I love spreading the magic by getting others excited for their trips.
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