Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Aug 18, 2012
    Kata from London Asked

    Hi Moms/Dads! I was wondering when I'm using a counter service meal credit on the dining plan which size of (fountain) drink included? Can I ask my meal with a large soda or only with a regular one? Thank you! PS the whole panel is Great!!!

    Hi there Kata,

    I am SO happy to hear that you have found the Moms Panel helpful!  It is such an honor to have the opportunity to assist guests like you in the planning of magical Disney vacations!  I hope you will continue to ask away!

    The Disney Quick Service Dining Plan includes one single-serve, non-alcoholic beverage with each meal entitlement.  You will be able to choose from a 20-oz. bottled soft-drink (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, or Dasani Water) where available, a 22 oz. (Medium) fountain drink or juice, a 12 oz. coffee, hot tea, or hot chocolate, or one single serve prepackaged milk or juice.

    The policy unfortunately, will not allow for substitutions.  My husband also drinks a lot of soda, so I totally see where you're coming from!  If you feel that you want more than the 22 oz. fountain drink, I recommend selecting a water with your meal, which can be saved for later, and purchasing a Large fountain drink out of pocket!  Your resort room will have a mini fridge that is perfect for storing bottled waters!  You can chill them overnight to take into the parks with you in the morning!

    Best Wishes,

    Amanda F.
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