• On Dec 14, 2018
    Timothy from NJ 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.

    Are the meal credits on the Disney Dining Plan attributed to each person? For example, 2 adults and 2 children staying for 5 nights would get 5 table service credits, 5 quick service credits, and 10 snacks each. Or is it just 1 big pot?

    Hi Timothy, 

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel and thank you for asking us a question!

    Disney Dining Plan entitlements (or credits) aren’t linked to a specific Guest, but rather to a Walt Disney World Resort hotel room. To use your example, if the 2 adults and 2 children are staying together in the same hotel room for 5 nights, the entire party will be given 20 table service entitlements, 20 quick service entitlements and 40 snack entitlements to use throughout their stay, the moment that they check in. 

    You can always check how many dining entitlements you have left by looking at the bottom of your bill (the running total is there) or you can check your My Disney Experience app under the “Check Dining Plan” tab. You can also ask your Lobby Concierge for a printout of your remaining entitlements throughout your stay. 

    I hope my answer helps you plan a perfectly delicious vacation! Please don’t hesitate to come back and see us if you have any other questions. 

    Have a Magical Day, 

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Meet the Panelist: Lynne, Quebec

Hi, I’m Lynne from Montreal, Quebec, Canada! I’m a working mom who enjoys snuggles with my son and my husband, who has been my sweetheart since 1997. We’ve been lucky enough to experience several milestones in Walt Disney World, including our wedding and honeymoon in 2009. As Disney Vacation Club members, we often plan trips for large, and sometimes even multi-generational, groups to come and enjoy the fun with us. Learn More About Lynne

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