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  • My family and I are planning a trip for November 2014. My daughter turns three in August. She is just now going into 2T clothes and barely eats anything. Do I have to purchase a meal for her or is she permitted to just eat from her sisters plate?
  • - Asked by Jennifer from Pennsylvania on 2/14/2014
  • Hi Jennifer!

    Once your daughter turns 3, you'll need to pay park admission for her, as well as any buffet dining locations, or all-you-care-to-eat locations.  Their policy is based on age, as is the Disney Dining Plan.  

    When eating at a Table Service or Quick Service dining location, you'll be able to split meals however you see fit.  For example, at Columbia Harbor House at Magic Kingdom, we typically order two adult entrees and a sandwich and share between the five of us, we've found that it's more than enough for for us all!

    Have a magical vacation!
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