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  • On Dec 31, 2009
    Paige from NC Asked

    Hi all. Love the panel. We are planning a trip to DW the last week of April. My ? is about the dining plans. Is it worth the diff in $ to buy the delux plan vs. the quick plan? I can't find pricing on the website anywhere. Thanks so much!! Paige

    Hi Paige!  The Deluxe Plan includes 3 table services a day, which for our family, is a LOT of food. On the other hand, the Quick Service plan includes 2 counter service meals, and no table service. If you feel you will be wanting to eat some sit-down meals, then I would recommend the Plus (Basic) Dining Plan. I always recommend that guests plan on taking the time to enjoy one table service meal a day. It allows a chance to relax together in a beautiful setting with fantastic food and recap the day. We always end up giggling over funny memories from the day, and to me...that is priceless. 

    Here are the current prices for the 2010 Disney Dining Plan:

     

    The Disney Quick Service Dining Plan which includes 2 Quick Service and 2 Snacks per person is priced at $31.99/adults; $9.99/child ages 3-9.

    The Plus (Basic) Dining Plan which includes 1 Table Service, 1 Quick Service and 1 Snack per person is priced at $41.99/adults; $11.99/child ages 3-9 (regular season ) and $46.99/adults; $12.99/child 3-9 (peak season).

    The 2010 Peak Season dates are: February 12 to April 10, June 4 to August 14 and December 17 to 31.

    The Deluxe Dining Plan which includes 3 Table Service meals per person is priced at $71.99/adults, $20.99/child 3-9

    Hope this helps and enjoy your vacation!

    Kaylene

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Meet the Panelist: Kaylene, Massachusetts

I'm a blessed Mom of five fabulous kids, a Disney Vacation Club member, and an Annual Passholder. I've stayed in every Disney Resort on property, and I've traveled to Walt Disney World Resort with infants, toddlers, tweens, teens, grandparents, and on countless multi-generational family vacations! Learn More About Kaylene

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