Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Sep 8, 2014
    Kendall from MN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    On the dinning plan table service. If my daughter (14) and I decide to share a meal (we know how large Disney portions can be). If it isn't a buffet, will we be able to do so? Will we still be charged 2 table service credits or will we be saving one?

    Hi Kendall! Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel. We love the convenience the Disney Dining Plan when we visit Walt Disney World. It's awesome sampling the wide assortment of restaurant options covered by the plan without worrying about the cost...it's all covered! 

    Plate sharing is usually associated with children under age three, but if you let your server know when you order that you'll be sharing your entire meal they will only deduct 1 entitlement credit.

    While your number of entitlement credits is based on your length of stay, you can use them whenever you like until they run out. Just remember they expire at midnight the day you checkout of your Walt Disney World Resort and there are no refunds. So if you're sharing table service meals, you'll need to plan accordingly to use up all your entitlement credits.

    Portions can be large. I often ask for a box as soon as my plate arrives so I can take it to and enjoy later when the munchies often set it.

    Wishing you a magical and memorable Disney vacation!

    ~Juliette


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Meet the Panelist: Juliette, Georgia

I'm a high-spirited Mom of 4. You say "vacation" and I'll tell you why for our family of 6, there's no better way than the Disney way! Since becoming Disney Vacation Club members, our dreams of travel quickly turn into magical memories again and again...I'm a real world example of the endless vacation possibilities available with the magic of Disney Parks and Disney Vacation Club. Learn More About Juliette

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