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  • On Jun 12, 2013
    Chris Asked

    Do all of the restaurants that use the dinning plan label how many and what kind of dinning plan credit they will cost at the restaurants (say on the sign that lists the price). Just so we can be sure before we order our food.

    Hi Chris!

    Just check out the Disney Dining Plan Brochure which lists all participating restaurants and how many credits they require. The regular Dining Plan you will receive 1 Table Service Credit, 1 Quick Service Credit, 1 Snack Credit and a refillable resort mug for every night of your stay.  Each credit consists of the following:
    • Table Service-Entree', non-alcoholic beverage, dessert or 1 full buffet
    • Quick Service-Entree', non-alcoholic beverage, dessert
    • Snack- typically these will be marked with a purple and white checkered square, but generally anything that is under $5 is considered a snack.  Even if you don't see it indicated as a snack option, it never hurts to ask!
    The credits can be used however you wish, just know that they will expire at midnight on the day that you check out.  Upon being seated at your dining location, your server will ask if you are on the Disney Dining Plan and will be able to point out if there are any selections that are not available to use for dining plan credits, such selections will include items that are intended for more than one person.  Most items on every menu are included in the dining plan, if you are unsure of anything just ask your server who will be happy to help.

    I hope this helps and please let us know if you have anymore questions.

    Happy Dining!
    Mandy

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My husband and I are the parents of five rambunctious Disney loving children.I  I'm passionate about helping families find the magic that is Disney , so let me show you all the magic and savings that awaits on your next Disney vacation! Learn More About Mandy

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