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  • Can Disney Dining Plan snack credits be used to purchase things from Aloha Isle in Magic Kingdom, a caramel apple, or a crepe at Chefs de France in Epcot? What are other choices for snack credits besides a novelty ice cream bar or popcorn? Thank you!
  • - Asked by Kendall from Kentucky on 2/23/2011
  • Hi Kendall,

    I think most items from Aloha Isle are covered by the Disney Dining snack credits.  I know the frozen desserts and root beer floats are.  There has recently been a change with the caramel apples.  When I was using the plan six months ago a caramel apple was not included, but I red candy apple was.  I also believe the crepes and the ice cream in the French Pavilion are included.  Most everything that is sold via kiosk in WDW that is under $3 or $4 seems to be included.  There are going to be exceptions, but its a good rule of thumb.  With a snack credit you can purchase items such as a piece of fruit, a candy bar, a bag of potato chips, a square of fudge, a bag of pretzels, cotton candy, bottles of ice tea, fountain drinks, cookies, rice cereal snacks, bagels, cupcakes, danish, muffins, etc.

    Its a very inclusive plan.  I think you will enjoy visiting WDW using the dining plan.

    Have a great trip

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