Why The Disney Dining Plan Will Make Your Life MUCH Easier

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So you’re in the midst of planning your Walt Disney World vacation, and you are deciding things like places to stay, when to go, flights/transportation etc – but there’s one more thing that should be on your list of things to book – the Disney Dining Plan! Why should I get it you might ask? Well, it will make your life easier – and don’t we all want that on vacation (and in general?)First of all, you probably need to know what the Disney Dining Plan, or DDP actually is - so let’s start with … [Read more...]




5 tips for making the most of your Walt Disney World Dining Experience

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There are SO MANY dining choices at Walt Disney World, it can be overwhelming and scary to try to answer the question of "what's for dinner?" Luckily, there is help out there! Follow these tips and you will be sure to have a spectacular dining experience!Plan ahead: Do your research! I can't stress this one enough, there are tons of books and websites that have restaurant descriptions, menus, and even pictures so you can know what to expect when you go. Another part of planning ahead would … [Read more...]




Walt Disney World Planning – ADR’s For First Timers

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So you’ve gone ahead and booked your first WDW trip – congrats! Once your trip is about 6 months away, you’ll need to make your Advance Dining Reservations (or ADR’s in Disney-speak!) for your table service meals. But if you have no clue where to begin, fear not – as it is easier than you think! Here’s a guide to picking out your ADR’s that should help you get startedThe ADR: A Quick Rundown – So ok – what exactly does ADR mean anyway? An Advanced Dining Reservation or ADR basically is a … [Read more...]




Kids Under 3 & The Disney Dining Plan

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Promotions like Stay, Play and Dine (which was released to the general public on October 9, 2014) and Free Dining can make a trip to Walt Disney World an affordable reality for your family.  At Disney children under 3 are free - they don't pay park admission, and they are not counted toward room occupancy.  However, it also means they are not eligible for a dining plan, even if you wanted to pay full price for it.As a family of three, two adults and a two-year-old, we are very excited for … [Read more...]




Disney Dining Plan: Making a Snack Credit Seem Like a Meal

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The Disney Dining Plans can be a great deal and save you a lot of money when it comes time to chow down on all of the delicious foods at the Walt Disney World Resort - especially if you are able to book using a promotion for free or reduced-priced dining.The standard dining plan includes one quick service meal, one table service meal and one snack per person per day (plus a refillable mug that can be used at any resort).  My husband always worries that he won't have enough food and will be … [Read more...]