• On Feb 3, 2020
    Francoise Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    hello I would like a imformation for the dining plan quick service. I have a reservation for my hotel on 17 to 21 febrary but my park ticket is 18 to 22 feb. so if I take a dining plan that will go with the hotel reservation, I will lose the 17 feb.Thanks

    Hello, Françoise!

    Welcome to Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    Oh, your visit to Walt Disney World is so soon--you must be very excited!

    Your Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan is a delicious way to sample some fabulous meals on-the-go, and that Dining Plan is linked to your Walt Disney World Resort hotel reservation, not your park ticket. You'll enjoy 2 Quick-Service Meals and 2 Snacks or Non-Alcoholic Drinks per night of stay. If you are visiting 5 nights, upon check-in, you'll have 10 Quick-Service Meal entitlements and 10 Snack or Non-Alcoholic Drink entitlements applied to your account. These entitlements may be used in any combination, on any day or night, until they expire at midnight after you check out of your hotel.

    If you are heading into the parks the day after you check in, and are looking for some great options for Quick-Service dining outside the parks, you'll have plenty of options. Your Walt Disney World Resort hotel will feature a Quick-Service restaurant, but you are free to travel to any of the resorts to sightsee, shop, and try their Quick-Service offerings, too.

    In addition, if you head over to Disney's BoardWalk, a family favorite Quick-Service is BoardWalk Bakery. The setting is lovely, their sandwiches are delicious, and you may want to pick up one of their pastries for later using a snack credit. Throughout your stay, just look for the purple and white Disney Dining Plan (DDP) logo on menus or next to items on display that can use one of your entitlements. Cast Members are happy to help, too!

    A fantastic place to spend a day or night--with so many great dining, shopping, and entertainment options--is Disney Springs. No park ticket is needed, so this may be a perfect option for your first day/night. To determine where you can use your Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan meal and snack entitlements in this area, check out the menus on this list of Disney Springs Quick-Service locations. There are so many wonderful things on these menus, you're sure to find something for everyone. My family's all-time favorite Quick-Service restaurant, though, is Wolfgang Puck Express at Disney Springs Marketplace. It's a Quick-Service that feels like a Table-Service, and all of their food is fabulous. Breakfast Pizza and Corn Flake French Toast are crazy-good, but they tie for first place with the Oven-roasted Salmon and Chicken Alfredo. YUM!

    Have so much fun touring The Most Magical Place on Earth, Françoise! Send us more questions as you plan, too. We love to help!

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Meet the Panelist: Andrea, Pennsylvania

I am a teacher, wife and mom who has been a member of the Disney Vacation Club since 2003. I love discovering a new favorite DVC resort, fantastic restaurant or hidden gem onboard a Disney ship! I'm a micro-planner who can help you capture your own magic! Learn More About Andrea

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