Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Jan 3, 2013
    Traci from LA Asked

    How much would lunch and snacks costs per day?

    Hi Traci...without knowing the exact specifics of what you are looking for, I will try to give you a general idea of costs.  If you decide to eat at a counter service location for lunch, you can usually get a meal with a beverage for around $10-$12 per adult.  Children's meals are often around $6 and include a beverage-they are smaller portions, but if you don't have a big appetite, that might be an option for you.  If you decide to dine at a table service restaurant, you should probably budget $20-$25 per adult.  My family of five just returned from a trip to Walt Disney World, and we found the average bill at a table service restaurant was $80-$85 plus tip, for a meal and non-alcoholic beverage for each of us.  Snacks tend to range from $3-$5.  Your daily costs will really be dependent on how much you want to eat,.whether you choose counter service or table service and how many snacks you will consume.  You may find it really helpful to visit http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/dining/ where you will find a complete list of both counter and table service locations throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, complete with price ranges for each.  There are many delicious food options available to you - good luck deciding which you will choose, and enjoy!
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