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  • On Feb 18, 2016
    Brooke from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    I keep seeing the restaurants listing entitlements (meal is 1 or 2 entitlements). We have the Disney Dining plan and it just says 1 quick service and 1 sit down meal per day. How does this break down in entitlements?

    Hi Brooke!

    The Disney Dining Plan (DDP) works based on entitlements. Each Quick Service (QS) meal is worth one QS entitlement. The Table Service (TS) meals are worth either one or two TS entitlements, based on the experience.  Signature dining experiences are two entitlements. On the DDP you will receive one QS entitlement, one TS entitlement and one snack entitlement per guest, per night of your vacation. 

    Therefore, if you decide to dine at a signature dining experience, such as California Grill, it will take two TS entitlements per guest eating the meal. Since you earn one TS entitlement per night of your stay, that means you will either want to not have a TS meal on one of your days or pay for another meal out of pocket. If you plan your meals and entitlements ahead, you can find a way to balance all of the entitlements across your vacation.

    I hope you have a magical vacation!

    Magically,
    Stacy
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Meet the Panelist: Stacy, South Carolina

My name is Stacy and I'm a native Carolinian, single mom to two amazing teens, and a Walt Disney World fanatic! My kids and I are Disney Annual Passholders and whether we are celebrating a birthday, running a runDisney race, or simply having a craving for a Mickey pretzel, we visit the most magical place on earth as much as possible! I am ecstatic to share the tips and tricks I have learned over the yEARS as part of the planDisney panel!
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