Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On Jan 25, 2008
    Jana from KS 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.

    Hi, This will be my husbands and mine second trip to visit WDW, but our three kids' first. Ages 6,2 and 1. We are getting the deluxe plan and was wondering what the snacks included and where we could get the snacks. Staying at the Wildnerness Lodge.

    You will be able to get snacks at your resort as well as throughout all the parks.  They include beverages, such as bottles of juice, milk, water, and soda.  You can also get bowls of fruits as well as individual pieces of whole fruit.  All of the goodies, like cookies, candy bars, cupcakes, muffins, etc are covered.  If you want things that travel well try bags of pretzels and potato chips.

    We often use our snack credits in the mornings.  You can get a bagel with cream cheese, a box of cereal, or a yogurt parfait.  You will find the most variety of snacks at your resort.  If you stop by the fudge shop either at the resort or there is a great place over in Toontown, you can get squares of fudge and other harder to find candy like desserts.  A new treat we found was chocolate covered marshmellows on a crazy straw covered with sprinkles and chocolate candies.  These were available over in Hollywood Studios and were also covered by the plan.

    WDW has made it very helpful to figure out what is covered.  On most menus there will be a box with a dining plan symbol on it indicating what's on the plan.  You will also get a print out from cashiers telling you how many credits you have left.

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