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  • On Jan 5, 2011
    Tina from NY 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 panel have dp 3 adults1 kid dd 12 not big eater but must use adult dp to save some credits @sitdown meals will they let us order 3 meals and share with 5 yr old thanks tina

    Hello Tina!

    Let me first say you are going to LOVE the Disney Dining plan.  It really does save you money, especially if your family wants to enjoy all of the character dining experiences. 

    I totally understand having a child who is not a big eater.  My oldest daughter just turned 10, and it was her first experience eating on the adult side of the Dining Plan.  I will tell you that allof  the Disney resort restaurants allowed her to eat from the children's menu if she wanted macaroni and cheese instead of a "fancy meal" (as she would call it) from the adult menu.

    If I understand correctly, you have a 12 year old and a five year old joining you on your vacation.  Since you have the Disney Dining Plan, the five year old will also have the child's Disney Dining Plan.  However, if the five year old is not on the Disney Dining Plan, she will not be able to share with another member of your party. When I spoke to a Cast Member about your question, she said that all four people in your party would need to order separate meals.  The great thing is that the children's menu prices are not that expensive.

    If you have other questions about your trip, please let me know.  Have a magical vacation!

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Meet the Panelist: Wes, Texas

Woo Hoo!  I am so excited to help plan your next Disney vacation! Since I have experienced Disney in all stages of family life (I have FIVE Tigger-ific kids), in all times of the year, and on a tight budget, I have learned to create Disney magic every trip! Learn More About Wes

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