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Get the Most Out of Your Disney Dining Experience, Guaranteed!
For most of us a Disney World vacation represents the kind of financial investment we can’t afford to waste. We can drive ourselves crazy worrying that we’re going to have a bust of a vacation and have a big bill to show for it.
The Disney Food Blog Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining is here to help!
Be 100% Confident About Your Dining Decisions
Wouldn’t it be nice to have one of the biggest (and most expensive) parts of your trip resolved? To be able to feel 100% confident about your dining decisions? The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World® Dining is designed to make sure that in 24 hours you will be feeling great about your plans. And you’ll have fun getting there.
Your Biggest Dining Concerns Resolved TODAY
This book is packed with 250 pages of tips and guidance, but it begins with a 5-step guide designed to get all your major worries out of the way. After that, you’ll get page after page of great info that can help you tweak your dining decisions.
Why a Downloadable PDF?
This product is only in digital form. Once you purchase you will immediately receive a link to download a PDF file with 250 pages of great information. Why did I decide to make a PDF instead of a physical book? Several reasons:
- You can get the book immediately and get started right away.
- You can read it on your phone or iPad, which are much easier to carry into the theme parks than a 250-page book. Click here to see instructions to get the book on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
- The format allows the inclusion of click-able links to invaluable web resources.
- You can search the text of the book electronically, instead of wasting time flipping through indexes and pages.
- I feel that 100% satisfaction is a must, and digital products are easier to return than physical books. Just send AJ an email and she will refund your money, no questions asked.
Click here to order your copy today!
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In honor of DFB grand launch, we have a discount option for DFB readers (as always!). You can get the new mini-guide for $2 off the regular purchase price for the next 7 days — just use code ADVENTURE at the check-out! And don’t forget to keep your transaction number— it may provide a discount on upcoming Disney Food Blog products (hint, hint)!
This guide consists of one-day, two-day, and one-week themed dining and attraction strategies that you can mix and match to fit YOUR vacation style! They’re an easy and fun way to make sure your visit to Walt Disney World is 100% unique, and take a lot of the planning right off of your to-do list!
And our Dining Adventures all fit into a fun theme! Here are just a few examples of the dozens of different Dining Adventures that you’ll find within the The Disney Food Blog Dining Adventures, Start Point: Magic Kingdom Area e-Book:
“Totally Tomorrowland” Dining Adventure you’ll make a visit to the Lunching Pad in Magic Kingdom’s Tomorrowland, take a ride on Epcot’s futuristic Mission:Space, and go on a tour through the technologically advanced hydroponic gardens of The Land!
“Cinema Craze” Dining Adventure, you’ll follow in the footsteps of Hollywood’s most famous by dining at the Hollywood Brown Derby or check out some monster movies from the seat of a convertible at Sci-Fi Dine-In; ride Star Tours and other movie-themed attractions; and head to Downtown Disney to try out the new AMC Dine-In Movie Theater for dinner!
“Hidden Mickey” Dining Adventure, we’ll give you clues to find some of our favorite Disney World Hidden Mickeys — and, by taking this Adventure, you’ll only eat in restaurants where you can find them!
All This in a Very Convenient Package
We’ve made this mini-guide a PDF, which means it’s instantly downloadable for your convenience. Don’t forget — for easy access in the parks, put the guide on your smartphone or ipad!
And, as always, this mini-guide is under a 30-day, Money-Back Guarantee to help you better plan a rewarding experience, or your money back — we all know that your vacation time (and budget) are limited and we want you to get the most out of your visit!
Once again, celebrate the grand launch with us by getting $2 off the purchase price for the e-Book! Order your copy now to enjoy these savings. To secure the discount, use code ADVENTURE at the check-out.
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Know The Best Snacks in the Magic Kingdom Before You Arrive!
In the past few years, snacks have taken on a new meaning when planning your Walt Disney World Vacation. We have countless emails from readers requesting information about snacks in the Magic Kingdom — where to find the best ones, how much they cost, and which snacks are worth the money!
Get Your Questions About Snacks Answered!
- “What snacks are available?”
- “How much do snacks cost?”
- “Can I get them with a Dining Plan Snack Credit?”
- “Are any snacks big enough to replace a meal?”
- “Where do I find the best snacks?”
- “What snacks should I get if I don’t have the Disney Dining Plan?”
Answer all these questions and more with the Disney Food Blog Mini-Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks downloadable PDF!
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Over here at Chip & Co we are huge fans of the Disney Food Blog! After all, one of our favorite Disney World past times is the eating! Unlike many other guidebooks, this e-book does not offer you generic advice that spans each year of the Food & Wine Fest. Instead the Mini-Guide to 2011 Epcot Food & Wine Festival is specialized for this years events!
The interactivity in this e-book is phenomenal! You can follow links to some great articles about the 2011 “Passport to a World of Flavors” festival. For newbies to the festival tips and information like picking up my passport and gift cards at the center located in the old Wonders of Life Pavilion are golden. To people who have been to the festival year after year you can find an entire list of events and seminars for this years festival as well as specific booth and menu info and pictures and even information about the run! There is literally something for old and new visitors alike!
This is the most comprehensive guide I have seen and being this is my first year visiting the Festival I have been scouring the internet to find as much information as possible! Besides being informational as far as changes, updates, individual booth and event stats, the mini-guide also offers some touring insight. You will find specialty tips and touring plans as well as some Food & Wine Festival spins on the classic Epcot Crawl!
In short, everything you could possibly need to know about Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival can be found in this 134 pages eBook! Stop by the Disney Food Blog and order your copy of this must have Food & Wine Festival guide today!
Stay tuned to our hands on review after the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival where we tell you how AJ’s Mini Guidebook did!
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As many of you probably know, the Disney Food Blog is a beloved food blog for Disney fans. AJ Wolfe, owner and writer of the DF Blog has created her own part of the cyber world that has many drooling and planning trips around foods she blogs about. AJ knows food at Disney Parks better than most, probably including some of the chefs on property and has finally shared her knowledge in a portable e-book, The DFB Guide to Walt Disney World Dining; Steps to a Stress-Free, Personalized Plan.
The DFB Guide offers a complete overview of dining, dining plans, cheap eats, and even how to plan. For those who have never been to the parks (and even us more experience park goers), AJ offers planning worksheets for park schedules, meal schedules, budget planners, and even how to choose your ADRS (Advanced Dining Reservations) and backups.
The concept of a PDF book seemed strange to me until I started browsing. The index offers you a link to whichever section you are looking into, and often those sections will even link you to the Disney Food Blog website for more in depth details about a specific restaurant. Details include tips for healthy eating for adults and children, how to assist picky eaters in choosing restaurants and meals, and so much more. There are dozens of tips and tricks, including one I’d been curious about for ages – that yes, even a child under 3 should be included in the reservation size!
The DFB guide offers top 5 lists for all of the resorts and parks at WDW, tips for using the dining plan, and even calculating to find if the Disney Dining Plan will help a family save money in the long run. There are tips for saving money, where to find last minute reservations, and how to celebrate special occasions. In other words, this book has everything and even help the most experienced Walt Disney World traveler figure out how to plan a trip around meals, or at least enjoy their eating experience while at the parks! Just don’t read the book hungry, or you might start scavenging for food!
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