Disney Dining Plan: The Disney Dining Plan

The 2020 Disney Dining Plan comes in 4 levels, with prices starting at US $ 55 per night for adults and US $ 26 for children.

This guide covers the prices of Walt Disney World meal plan, money-saving tips, what's included in the menus, whether it's worth receiving, free meal dates and information and of course, our opinions on it.

One of the main concerns of those who will travel to Disney parks is food. So Mickey created a system called Disney Dining Plan to ease the situation.

To Disney Dining Plan 2020, prices increased again.

Although no one likes a price increase, one thing worth noting here is that the annual price increases in DDP for 2020 and the past 2 years have been significantly lower than the “menu inflation” surrounding Walt Disney World.

Menu prices have risen steadily, with some prices rising 25% recently.

On the other hand, the Disney Dining Plan increased by 3% in the same period. This means that the Disney Dining Plan's value proposition has improved despite price increases.

For this reason, it’s a good idea to look at the current menus and look at the numbers again for 2020. Even if DDP didn’t make sense to you in the past, it can work for you in 2020.

However, despite being a very interesting and useful plan, the Disney Dining Plan is a little complicated to understand.

After all, is it worth it or not? What are the rules?

If you want to know more about the system, but have always had doubts, we will help you. So continue reading this article to understand more about the Disney Dining Plan (not to be confused with the Free Dining Plan)!

Before going into more detail, I would like to share our experience with you.

Recently in the Magic Influencers program that we were invited by Disney, we had the opportunity to try several restaurants and meals that are part of the Dining Plan.

Although the program was sponsored by Disney, we were able to get a good idea of what lies ahead.

In fact, the reason we are writing this post is that our experience was so good and pleasant that we decided to share it.

Therefore, we will share with you exactly what the Dining Plan is!

Disney Dining Plan: what is it?

Let's say you travel to Disney parks and stay there for 5 full days. It will be a day for Animal Kingdom, one for Epcot, one for Animal Kingdom, another for Hollywood Studios and one to take turns between Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon.

Great.

You want to make the most of what each park has to offer and, therefore, you want to stay in them all day. From opening hours until closing.

That means, of course, that you will have to dine there. With that in mind, Disney opened up space for the installation of hundreds of restaurants within the parks.

But… how much will you spend per meal? More importantly: how to choose where to eat so you don't waste too much time and enjoy the day

The system is, in theory, very simple: you pay when you book your hotel at Disney and earn credits for meals during your stay. Just enter a restaurant that participates in the project, inform that you will use the Disney Dining Plan, eat and go.

In other words: you don't spend anything more than you already paid (with the exception of tips, which are paid separately).

Simple? So let's open it up a little more in detail.

The Dining Plan consists of a combined meal (entry plus side) and drinks, including alcoholic beverages for adults (when available). It no longer includes a dessert. Also from now on, a counter service meal can also consist of 3 snack items (defined below) in a single transaction.

A “table service meal” consists of starters, desserts and drinks, including alcoholic beverages for adults. For guests of Disney's Dining Plan, this also includes an aperitif.

As part of Walt Disney World's healthy living initiative, dessert at dinner table service it can also be substituted for a side salad, a cup of soup or a fruit plate.

& #8220; snack & #8221; they can be items sold in snack carts around the park or in quick service restaurants.

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The definition of snack (Snack) has been expanded to include any single portion item, meaning that now more items will be considered snacks (snacks were previously determined on a case-by-case basis with the DDP symbol (This purple symbol just above) indicating what it was a snack). Now, a snack includes all side items, hand-picked ice cream and many other items that were previously not qualified as snacks.

The tax is always included, but guests pay tips out of pocket. Two table service meal credits can be used for an exclusive meal, dinner shows, pizza delivery or room service meal. Children under 3 eat free from an adult's plate.

What are the rules of the Dining Plan?

Well, this is where the Disney Dining Plan starts to get a little complicated, since the rules for its use are confusing.

To begin with, you can only use the Dining Plan if you are staying in one of the Disney resorts and hotels, as the plan is paid at the time of booking.

In other words: you can't stay in any hotel in Orlando or an AirBnB and use the Dining Plan.

The second point is that you must purchase the Disney Dining Plan for every day that you will be staying at the company's resort.

In other words: if you stay at the hotel for 5 days, you will have to get 5 Disney Dining Plan or not get any. Therefore, you cannot buy the Dining Plan for 3 days only.

Also, some people who are on the reservation can't get the Disney Dining Plan and others don't.

For example, if you are traveling with your family (you, spouse, child, brother-in-law and sister-in-law), all 5 need the Disney Dining Plan and the same program package (there are several, we'll talk about them below).

Following is the third rule: each Disney Dining Plan package equals an amount of daily points. Therefore, you earn these "credits" and use as you wish.

Does this mean that you can spend your points paying for several meals in a day? It can. But then it runs out on other days.

In addition, the Dining Plan is not available in all restaurants or in all dishes. Therefore, you will need to check each establishment's menus to find out what options are available to you.

What Disney Meal plans are available?

In all, there are 3 different Dining Plan packages to choose from, each with a price and benefits.

Check out!

Disney Quick Service Dining Plan

This is the most basic package, which entitles only to meals at Quick Service restaurants (these are counter restaurants, fast food).

The plan costs $ $55 per adult and $ $26 per child per day.

With it, you have the daily right to:

  • 2 credits of full meals in Quick Service restaurants (with the option of choosing between main course + alcoholic drink or not or a complete restaurant combo);
  • 2 credits of snacks.

Remembering that these credits are per day. If you stay 4 days, you will receive 8 meal credits and 8 snack credits.

In addition, you also get a Disney Mug (mug that entitles you to free refills of drinks in some establishments).

Restaurants included in the Quick Dining Plan?

  • All Star Resorts Movies - World Premiere (food court)
  • All Star Resorts Music - Intermission (food court)
  • All Star Resorts Sports - End Zone (food court)
  • Animal Kingdom Restaurantosaurus
  • Animal Kingdom Flame Tree Barbecue
  • Animal Kingdom Pizzafari
  • Animal Kingdom Beastly Kiosk
  • Animal Kingdom Tamu Tamu Refreshments
  • Animal Kingdom Mr. Kamal's
  • Animal Kingdom Yak & Yeti Local Food Cafes
  • Animal Kingdom Creature Comforts (Starbucks)
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas The Mara
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas Uzima Springs Pool Bar
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas Maji (pool bar)
  • Beach Club Resort Hurricane Hanna's Grill
  • Beach Club Resort Beach Club Marketplace
  • Blizzard Beach Avalunch
  • Blizzard Beach Cooling Hut
  • Blizzard Beach Lottawatta Lodge
  • Blizzard Beach The Warming Hut
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas BoardWalk Bakery
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas Belle Vue Lounge
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas Leaping Horse Libations
  • Caribbean Beach Resort Centertown Market
  • Contemporary Resort Contempo Cafe
  • Contemporary Resort Sand Bar
  • Contemporary Resort Cove Bar
  • Coronado Springs Resort Cafe Rix
  • Coronado Springs Resort Laguna (pool bar)
  • Coronado Springs Resort Pepper Market
  • Coronado Springs Resort Siestas Cantina
  • Disney's Art of Animation Resort Landscapes of Flavor
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios ABC Commissary
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Backlot Express
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Catalina Eddie's
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Fairfax Fare
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Rosie's All-American Cafe
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios PizzeRizzo
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Starring Rolls Cafe
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Woody's Lunch Box
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Sunshine Day Cafe
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Dockside Diner
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Trolley Car Cafe (Starbucks)
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Ronto Roasters
  • Disney Springs The Polite Pig
  • Disney Springs Earl of Sandwich
  • Disney Springs Marketplace Snacks
  • Disney Springs The Smokehouse
  • Disney Springs Starbucks West Side
  • Disney Springs Food Trucks
  • Disney Springs Wolfgang Puck Express Marketplace
  • Disney Springs AristoCrepes
  • Disney Springs BB Wolf's Sausage Co.
  • Disney Springs Blaze Fast-Fire'd Pizza
  • Disney Springs The Daily Poutine
  • Disney Springs D-Luxe Burger
  • Disney Springs Morimoto Asia Street Food
  • Disney Springs Chicken Guy!
  • Disney Springs Cooke's of Dublin
  • Epcot La Cantina de San Angel
  • Epcot Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe
  • Epcot Electric Umbrella Restaurant
  • Epcot Sommerfest
  • Epcot Sunshine Seasons
  • Epcot Yorkshire Co. Fish Shop
  • Epcot Refreshment Cool Post
  • Epcot Refreshment Port
  • Epcot Tangierine Cafe
  • Epcot Lotus Blossom Cafe
  • Epcot Katsura Grill
  • Epcot Fife and Drum
  • Epcot Promenade Refreshments
  • Epcot Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports ESPN Wide World of Sports Grill
  • Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Meadow Snack Bar
  • Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Trails End To Go Counter
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Gasparilla Island Grill
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Beaches Pool Bar & Grill
  • Magic Kingdom Casey's Corner
  • Magic Kingdom Columbia Harbor House
  • Magic Kingdom Cosmic Ray's StarlightCafe
  • Magic Kingdom Be Our Guest (breakfast and lunch)
  • Magic Kingdom Tortuga Tavern
  • Magic Kingdom Friar's Nook
  • Magic Kingdom Golden Oak Outpost
  • Magic Kingdom The Lunching Pad
  • Magic Kingdom Main Street Bakery - Starbucks
  • Magic Kingdom Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
  • Magic Kingdom Pinocchio Village Haus
  • Magic Kingdom Tomorrowland Terrace
  • Magic Kingdom Cosmic Ray's StarlightCafe
  • Old Key West Resort Goods Food to Go
  • Old Key West Resort Turtle Shack
  • Polynesian Resort Captain Cook's
  • Pop Century Resort Everything Pop Shopping and Dining
  • Port Orleans Resort Riverside - Riverside Mill
  • Port Orleans Resort French Quarter - Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory
  • Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Artist's Palette
  • Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Backstretch (pool bar)
  • Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa On the Rocks
  • Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Paddock Grill
  • Typhoon Lagoon Leaning Palms
  • Typhoon Lagoon Lowtide Lou's
  • Typhoon Lagoon Snack Shack
  • Typhoon Lagoon Surf Doggies
  • Typhoon Lagoon Typhoon Tilly's
  • Wilderness Lodge Roaring Fork
  • Yacht Club Ale & Compass Lounge
  • Yacht Club Hurricane Hanna's Grill

Disney Standard Dining Plan

This package is & #8220; normal & #8221; and costs $78.01 per adult and $30.51 per child per day.

The difference between this package and the previous one is that you are entitled to a meal at the Table Service restaurants (those that you sit at the table and are served by the waiter).

You have a daily right to:

  • a Table Service restaurant credit (main course, dessert and drink or full buffet);
  • a credit for complete meals in Quick Service restaurants (with the option to choose between main course + alcoholic drink or not, or complete restaurant combo);
  • two snack credits.

In addition, you also get a Disney Mug.

Which restaurants are available for the Standard?

  • Animal Kingdom Tusker House
  • Animal Kingdom Rainforest Cafe
  • Animal Kingdom Yak & Yeti Restaurant
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas Boma - Flavors of Africa
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas Sanaa
  • Beach Club Resort Beaches & Cream SodaShop
  • Beach Club Resort Cape May Cafe
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas Trattoria al Forno
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas ESPN Club
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas Big River Grille & Brewing Works
  • Caribbean Beach Resort Shutters at Old Port Royale
  • Contemporary Resort The Wave
  • Contemporary Resort Chef Mickey's
  • Coronado Springs Resort Las Ventanas
  • Coronado Springs Resort Maya Grill
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios 50's Prime Time Cafe
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Mama Melrose's Ristorante Italiano
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Hollywood & Vine
  • Disney Springs Splitsville Luxury Lanes
  • Disney Springs Chef Art Smith's Homecomin '
  • Disney Springs Raglan Road Irish Pub
  • Disney Springs Morimoto Asia (Brunch and Lunch)
  • Disney Springs House of Blues Restaurant & Bar
  • Disney Springs Paradiso 37
  • Disney Springs Terralina Crafted Italian
  • Disney Springs Rainforest Cafe
  • Disney Springs T-Rex
  • Disney Springs Planet Hollywood
  • Disney Springs Wine Bar George
  • Disney Springs The Edison
  • Disney Springs Maria & Enzo's Ristorante
  • Disney Springs Frontera Cocina
  • Epcot Les Chefs de France
  • Epcot San Angel Inn
  • Epcot La Hacienda de San Angel
  • Epcot Akershus Royal Banquet Hall
  • Epcot Coral Reef Restaurant
  • Epcot Tutto Italia
  • Epcot Biergarten Restaurant
  • Epcot The Garden Grill
  • Epcot Rose and Crown Pub & Dining Room
  • Epcot Via Napoli
  • Epcot Teppan Edo
  • Epcot Restaurant Marrakesh
  • Epcot Tokyo Dining
  • Epcot Spice Road Table
  • Epcot Nine Dragons Restaurant
  • Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Trail's End Restaurant
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Grand Floridian Cafe
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa 1900 Park Fare
  • Magic Kingdom The Crystal Palace
  • Magic Kingdom Tony's Town Square Restaurant
  • Magic Kingdom Liberty Tree Tavern
  • Magic Kingdom The Plaza Restaurant
  • Magic Kingdom The Diamond Horseshoe
  • Magic Kingdom Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen
  • Old Key West Resort Olivia's Cafe
  • Polynesian Resort Kona Cafe
  • Polynesian Resort Ohana
  • Port Orleans Resort Riverside - Boatwright's Dining Hall
  • Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa Turf Club Bar and Grill
  • Wilderness Lodge Whispering Canyon Cafe
  • Wilderness Lodge Artist Point
  • Yacht & Beach Club Captain's Grille

Disney Dining Plan Plus (New)

This is the updated level of the Disney Dining Plan, which is best for guests who want to do table service for lunch and dinner, or breakfast and dinner every day of the vacation.

For an extra charge, you receive a second table service meal instead of a counter meal & #8211; but you have the option (or & #8220; flexibility & #8221; as Disney calls it) to simply use these credits at fast service restaurants.

For each person in the room reservation, DDP + includes:

  • Two meals to choose from at table service or at the restaurant counter (per night)
  • Two snacks (per night)
  • One refillable drink mug (per stay)
  • The price per night of Disney Dining Plan Plus is US $ 94.61 per adult and US $ 35 per child.

Disney Deluxe Dining Plan

The final package is the luxury package, with more advantages. It costs $ $119 for adults and $ $47.50 for children per day.

With it, you have the daily right to:

  • 3 credits of full meals in Table Service or Quick Service;
  • 2 credits of snacks.

You also get a Disney Mug to use on your trip.

Deluxe Plan participants can officially mix their adult and child credits, which means that child credits can be used for adult entries. This has been an unofficial loophole (and remains one of the lowest tiers in the plans), but is now officially allowed in the Deluxe Plan.

Restaurants available in the Deluxe

  • All Star Resorts Delivery of pizza to the room
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas Jiko - The Cooking Place
  • Animal Kingdom Lodge & Villas In Room Dining
  • Beach Club Resort In-room meal service
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas Flying Fish Cafe
  • BoardWalk Inn & Villas In-room meal service
  • Caribbean Beach Resort Delivery of pizza to the room
  • Contemporary Resort California Grill
  • Contemporary Resort In-room meal service
  • Disney's Art of Animation Resort Delivery of pizza to the room
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Hollywood Brown Derby
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Hollywood & Vine (dinner)
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios Sci-Fi Dine-In (breakfast)
  • Disney Springs Morimoto Asia (dinner)
  • Disney Springs Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill Orlando
  • Disney Springs Jaleo
  • Disney Springs The Boathouse
  • Disney Springs STK Orlando
  • Disney Springs Paddlefish
  • Epcot Monsieur Paul
  • Epcot Le Cellier Steakhouse
  • Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue (categories 2 and 3 OR category 1 at the 8:30 pm show)
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Citricos
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Narcoossee's
  • Grand Floridian Resort & Spa In-room meal service
  • Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Royal Table
  • Magic Kingdom Be Our Guest (dinner)
  • Polynesian Resort Disney's Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show (categories 2 and 3)
  • Polynesian Resort In-room meal service
  • Pop Century Resort Delivery of pizza to the room
  • Port Orleans Resort Delivery of pizza to the room
  • Wilderness Lodge In-room meal service
  • yacht club In-room meal service
  • Yacht Club Yachtsman Steakhouse
  • Yacht Club In-room meal service

If you have other questions that are not answered on these pages, see the Disney meal plan website. There are comprehensive and unnecessarily complicated PDF documents that describe the various plans and their rules. Most importantly, the website has a list of participating restaurants (almost all restaurants participate).

DDP credits do not have a dollar amount and the & #8220; voucher & #8221; varies a lot, based on your dining preferences.

For example, a table service credit can be redeemed at a cheap restaurant for a dessert of water, sandwich and ice cream that would normally cost US $ 23 in total. Alternatively, it can be exchanged at a better restaurant for a glass of wine, swordfish steak and Copetta Sotto Bosco, which usually cost US $ 62 in total.

These are real examples of Walt Disney World restaurants, demonstrating the huge difference in value that a credit can have, depending on which restaurant and for which menu items it redeems. You can get even less or more value from the meal plan, depending on what you order.

By analyzing prices, we can reverse engineer an approximate value that Disney assigns to each type of meal in the various DDPs.

Based on our calculations, a table service meal is worth approximately $ 45, a counter service meal at DDP is approximately $ 21 and a snack is approximately $ 5.

(For the purposes of these calculations, we see the refillable mug as a replacement, as its value can vary widely depending on the length of stay.)

By comparing these dollar amounts to the online menus available for Walt Disney World, you can get a good idea of whether the Disney Dining Plan is right for your family.

When it comes to Disney's meal plan, the most important thing you need to know is how to best use these credits to get a better DDP value. For this, see our popular & #8220; Value Maximization & #8221; (soon we will have more of them):

As noted at the top of the publication, the Disney Meal Plan is offered throughout the year “free” for Walt Disney World guests who purchase a vacation package (this is not offered to Disney Vacation Club members who get points). Usually, free dinner is offered for selected dates from August to December.

For the second wave of 2020 Free Dining, we expect dates in that range.

The Free Dining promotion is incredibly popular with Disney fans. However, you must remember that there is no free lunch.

When free dinner is available, you lose another discount that can be offered, such as a room-only discount. You are also purchasing tickets directly from Disney, which means that there are no discounted tickets. Suffice it to say that you need to do the math and compare the meal plan & #8220; free & #8221; with other discounts.

Before booking the Disney meal plan, you must determine where you want to eat and ensure advance meal reservations (ADRs).

It should be easy to see which Disney meal plan best suits your needs or whether the meal plan is necessary.

Even for many local visitors to Walt Disney World, the meal plan is not the best option.

For example, if you want to splurge and stay at the Club Level (read our Walt Disney World Concierge and Club Level Lounge Guide for more information), is not a good option for you.

Whether you prefer to indulge in exclusive restaurants or fine dining, the Disney Dining Plan it is not a good choice. Vegans and vegetarians will also not be suitable for Disney's meal plan. (The list goes on…)

Is it worth using the Disney meal plan?

We have reached the question of R$ 1 million. Is it worth it to use the Dining plan?

It depends, of course!

The service offers some good advantages. You arrive at the park and you already have all the credits in your magicband, choosing how you want to use them at will.

You can save on the Disney meal plan, but you need to be a certain type of consumer and not waste any credit.

If you like steak and like to order at every meal, save with the Disney Dining Plan.

This requires that everyone in your group likes it very much, and that you all use all your counter services and snack credits wisely.

If your teenagers are human garbage disposers and the adults in your group love steak, the Meal Plan can offer some savings. As soon as someone in your group starts ordering chicken or pasta, those savings disappear to the point where you start losing money on the Disney Dining Plan.

No matter what they ask for, a vegetarian will lose money using the Disney Dining Plan & #8211; no exception.

With the addition of alcohol to Disney's meal plan, anyone who likes a drink or two a day will also be ahead.

The cost of drinks at Walt Disney World restaurants is around US $ 8 to 14, which is greater than the price increase for Meal Plans this year. If you receive two glasses of wine a day, you will be valuing around US $ 20 to 25 / person more each day.

On the other hand, if you don't drink or use the Disney Quick Meal Plan and spend most of your time in Magic kingdom (where alcohol is not served at over-the-counter restaurants), you are left behind.

Alcohol is the huge new wildcard of the Disney Dining Plan and can really change the value pendulum. Whether this is in your favor or not depends almost entirely on how many alcoholic drinks you enjoy each day.

By the way, the Disney Dining Plan is potentially very valuable for anyone visiting the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival or any other Epcot festival (basically, any month except summer). The good news is that taking advantage of this value does not require drinking & #8211; it's all about snacks!

Some of the best snacks at festivals in the Epcot can cost up to US $ 10 and can be purchased with snack credits. It is highly recommended to store snack credits and use them during Epcot days, as these snacks are not only a great use of credits, but Epcot festivals are a lot of fun and a way to avoid the shock of paying out of pocket .

But remember that it is possible pay even cheaper than the Dining Plan options. See how in each park:

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