• On Jan 21, 2015
    Kerry from PA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Husband, myself and 5yr old staying at the Beach Club resort Club Level in Sept with deluxe dining plan. Is this redundant food wise (ie. clue level = free bfst)? Tho we plan on eating most lunches/dinners in parks/resorts. Should we change plans? Thx :)

    Hi Kerry!

    First, let me say that I LOVE staying on Club Level!  The money I save in Diet Cokes, alone, could pay for the price increase! (just kidding ... sort of!)

    However, I do think that the Deluxe Dining Plan plus the Club Level may be way too much food for you guys.  If it were me, I would switch to the regular Dining Plan package.  This consists of one table-service, one quick-service, and one snack per day per person.  You guys could grab breakfast in the Club room, have a quick-service for lunch and table-service for dinner and be set! Plus, you would have your snack credit and another snack waiting for you in the Club room when you return in the evening.

    I really think that you will struggle to use the three table and/or quick-services that the deluxe plan includes. You would spend way more time eating than I like to spend while at Disney World!  Don't get me wrong ... I have teen and tween boys, so we love to eat. But, we also love being able to do everything else!

    I hope this helps!  Please let me know if you have any other questions.  

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I am currently a homeschool, soccer mom to two active teenage boys. My family loves everything about Disney! Walt Disney World, Disneyland, runDisney, Disney Cruise Line and Disney Vacation Club have been a part of countless magical memories for us through the years. I cannot wait to help you make your own magical memories at Walt Disney World! Learn More About Lori

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