Mom And Kids Animal Kingdom
  • On Sep 17, 2011
    Elizabeth from SC Asked

    Vacationing in Feb. 2012, have the DDP (5 adults) very insecure on how this works. 6 days/5 night so soes this mean we have a total of 15 meals and 10 snacks a piece? Also, can we use our last meal on the day we leave for breakfast? Thanks for your help!

    Hi Elizabeth! Don't worry at all! Although it can appear confusing at first, the Disney Dining Plan is so simple to use. The number of credits you receive is based on the number of nights your stay. On the Disney Dining plan, each person in your party will receive one table service, one quick service and one snack per day. Each guest will therefore get a total of five table service credits, five quick service and five snacks. These credits can be used from when you check in to your resort right through midnight on your checkout day, so you can most definitely enjoy breakfast on your last day. The dining plan offers lots of flexibility too. You don't have to use your credits in any particular order - for example, you can use two quick service credits one day, and none the next.

    Your credits will be kept on your Key to the World Card, which also has your theme park tickets and resort room key, and you will get your total number of remaining credits on your receipt after each use.

    Hope this helps Elizabeth! Write us back with any other questions.
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