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  • On Jan 16, 2010
    Catherine from CT Asked

    We are planning a WDW trip in April. We'll be staying for 5 days/4 nights (at the Pop). Is it possible to book a dining plan for only a portion (2-3 days) of our trip? Thank you!

    Hi Catherine!
        
        The way the Walt Disney World Dining Plan works is that you receive dinning credits for each person based on how many nights that you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort.  To receive the Dining Plan everyone in the room has to have the same Dining Plan and purchase it for the total amount of nights that they are staying.  So for example, if you had 4 people staying at Pop Century for 4 nights and you paid for the Dining Plan for each person, you would receive:

    16 Table Service Meal Credits
    16 Quick Service Meal Credits
    16 Snack Credits

        The great news is that you can use these meal credits anytime and in any combination during your stay.  So if you choose to use three Table Service Credits for each person in the same day and then 2 Counter Service Credits each the next day that is fine.  You can use any extra Table Service Meal Credits on 2 Credit Dining Experiences such as Character Meals, Dinner Shows, or Signature Restaurants. Also you can utilize your Quick Service Meal Credits for Breakfast. Also you can use up all the Dining Credits in the first 2-3 days if you so desire, but let me tell you from experience that it is a whole lot of food to consume in such a short time period!

    Click here for more information about the Walt Disney World Dining Plans at the Disney Parks website.

    I hope that you have some incredible dinning experiences at Walt Disney World on your next trip!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
    Marc Lorenzo
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Meet the Panelist: Marc, New York

I am a single Father to one incredible boy.  I would love nothing more than to provide people with Disney vacation planning that will enable them to have a new experience or make their Disney vacation just a little more magical! Learn More About Marc

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