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  • On Jun 16, 2024
    Lynsey from Northern Ireland Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hoping to book Disneys French Quarter for 4 nights, then onto All Star Music for 5 nights, 2025? Will I get the free dinning plan for French Quarter or would I need to stay 5 nights to avail of this? Plus can I still use the free resort mugs at Music?

    Welcome to the planDisney table, Lynsey! It sounds like you've got an appetite for feasting and fun as you're planning to take advantage of a free dining offer in 2025! Let's dig into your question as we explore all of the details of the Disney dining plans and this delicious deal!

    In looking at the terms and conditions of the Free Dining & Drinks offer for 2025, the minimum stay is 5 consecutive nights at a participating Disney Resort hotel. Some good news, though, is that your resort-refillable mug, included in your Disney dining plan, will be active for use for 14 days at any Disney Resort hotel, so even if you do a split stay, you will be able to continue using the refillable mug at your new resort! If you planned to book the free dining offer for both back to back stays, you would receive a second set of resort-refillable mugs at your new Disney Resort hotel, as well.

    Lynsey, be sure to check out both Disney dining plan options to decide which one will work best for your family. Because you will be booking a moderate level resort and a value level resort, the Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan will be included for free with your stay. With this plan, each member of your party will receive two quick-service meals per night of your stay, one snack per night of your stay, and a resort-refillable mug. If you're interested in any table-service meals, dinner shows, or character dining experiences, I would recommend inquiring about upgrading your complimentary Quick-Service Dining Plan to the standard Disney Dining Plan which includes one table-service meal per night of your stay and one quick-service meal per night of your stay! Both dining plans offer a wide variety of options for where to dine, so it's really just a matter of your family's dining style and preferences!

    Lynsey, both of your Disney Resort hotel choices are excellent, and with the free dining offer, you're on your way to filling your appetite with magical memories and meals! I hope this is helpful and I hope you can piece together a practically perfect split stay at Disney's Port Orleans Resort -  French Quarter (have some Mickey beignets for me!) and Disney's All-Star Music Resort (a dip in the Calypso Pool hits all the right chords for relaxing after a full Disney day!). In the meantime, if you have any other planning questions, come on back to planDisney and let us know! 

    Magic Awaits,
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Meet the Panelist: Alison, Louisiana

I'm Alison - a wife, mom, and teacher from New Orleans, LA. My first childhood visit to the Walt Disney World Resort sparked a lifelong love of this magical place, and I still find magic in both the new and nostalgic on each visit! I understand the changing dynamics of planning a practically perfect vacation; no matter how large your group is or what your interests are, I look forward to helping you create magical memories and discover unique experiences to make them even more enchanting! Learn More About Alison

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