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  • On Jul 2, 2019
    Christine from England Asked

    What does QBF MYW pkg mean on my booking?

    Hi Christine!

    Welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    This is simply the code detailing the package you have booked at Walt Disney World.  I am guessing you have taken advantage of the special offer of free dining for UK Guests?  QBF indicates that you have a free breakfast offer, per night of your stay (for Guests staying at a Value Resort Hotel), and MYW is a code for the park tickets you have (Magic Your Way).  Your breakfast offer is actually one Quick-Service meal credit per person, per night of stay.  You may redeem this at any of the Quick-Service restaurants across the whole Resort - at the theme parks, the Disney Resort hotels or select locations at Disney Springs.  If you would like to pay extra to upgrade this free breakfast to a full Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan (which will give each person, per night of stay, 2 Quick-Service meals, 2 Snacks and a refillable drink mug which can be refilled at any of the Disney Resort hotels at the beverage stations) please speak with the UK Tour Operator with whom you booked your holiday.  If this was the Walt Disney Travel Company UK, the freephone number is: 0800 169 0730.

    Please come back and visit us if you have any further questions.  We will be happy to help!

    ~ Sue
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