New Disney Dining Plan!

Disney has released a new dining plan called Disney Dining Plan Plus! This new plan will give you the option of how you choose to use your meal credits.

The plan includes:
• 2 Meals Per Night of Stay – Any combination of Table-Service and Quick-Service Meals
• 2 Snacks or Nonalcoholic Beverages Per Night of Stay
• 1 Resort Refillable Mug

Sci-Fi Dine-In Restaurant

Instead of having credits designated to Quick Service and Table Service, you now can use those credits however you like!

This means, if you’re staying 5 nights, instead of having 5 Table Service and 5 Quick Service, you could do 7 Table Service and 3 Quick service to use your 10 total credits.

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I am super excited about this change as I often see my clients wanting to do more table service options during their stay and ending up paying out of pocket for certain meals. Would you opt for this new dining plan?

Want to know how to use your snack credits as a vegan? We covered the best snack credit options here!


Here is the info direct from Disney’s site:

What’s Included in Your Meal

Quick-Service Meal
Meals redeemed at breakfast, lunch or dinner will include:

  • 1 Entrée
  • 1 Nonalcoholic Beverage (or Alcoholic Beverage, for Guests 21 and older)

Table-Service Meal
Meals redeemed at breakfast will include:

  • 1 Entrée
  • 1 Nonalcoholic Beverage (or Alcoholic Beverage, for Guests 21 and older)

-OR-

  • 1 Full Buffet** or Family-Style Meal
  • 1 Nonalcoholic Beverage (or Alcoholic Beverage, for Guests 21 and older)

Meals redeemed at lunch or dinner will include:

  • 1 Entrée
  • 1 Dessert*
  • 1 Nonalcoholic Beverage (or Alcoholic Beverage, for Guests 21 and older)

-OR-

  • 1 Full Buffet** or Family-Style Meal
  • 1 Nonalcoholic Beverage (or Alcoholic Beverage, for Guests 21 and older)

*Ask your server about potential substitutions, but substitutions are not guaranteed. **If available.

Alcoholic Beverages
Guests 21 and older may choose either one nonalcoholic beverage or one-single serving mixed cocktail, beer or wine (where offered) as part of their meal credit.A single-serving alcoholic beverage includes items such as:

  • Beer or Cider
  • Wine or Sangria
  • Mixed Drinks and Specialty Cocktails

Nonalcoholic Beverages
Guests 10 years of age and older can choose one nonalcoholic beverage (including specialty beverages where offered) as part of their meal credit.

A single-serving nonalcoholic beverage includes items such as:

  • Artisanal Milkshakes
  • Fresh Smoothies
  • Premium Hot Chocolate
  • Soda, Coffee or Tea

What’s Included in Your Snack

At Quick-Service restaurants, most Outdoor Carts and select merchandise locations, snacks may include a single serving of items such as:

  • Frozen ice cream novelty, popsicle or fruit bar
  • Popcorn scoop
  • 12 oz. coffee, hot chocolate or hot tea
  • Prepackaged milk or juice
  • Piece of whole fruit
  • Bag of snacks
  • 20 oz. bottle of Coca-Cola®, Sprite® or Dasani® water
  • 20 oz. fountain soft drink
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Read all about it on Disney’s page here.

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Author: Melissa

Back in 2014 I created Vegan Disney World after going to Walt Disney World several times and finding no resource for vegan options. Corey and I began this blog from our trips and have now moved closer to the mouse to eat around the parks on a weekly basis. Since the blog started we have cruised on Disney Cruise Line, gone to Tokyo Disneyland and to Disneyland in California!

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