• On Nov 9, 2019
    Sarah from AR 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.

    We have the quick service dinning plan but we really want to eat at table service restaurant in Epcot. Just like one table service can be split into two quick service meals, can two quick service meals be upgraded to a table service?

    Hi Sarah!

    Thanks for your question. The Disney Dining Plan offers the convenience (and cost-savings) I always look for when planning my Disney vacation. It takes away the hassle of having to work out your food budget when on your Disney vacation, and saves time from constantly having to pull out your wallet, both considered high on my "like" list..

    So on the Disney Dining Plan, table service meals cannot be converted to quick service meals, and multiple quick service meals cannot be converted (i.e. upgraded) into table service meals

    For our family, we don't do nearly as many table service meals as we do quick service, so the Quick-Service Dining Plan works better for us. If it's one or two table services we do for the entire trip, for us it's not worth the added cost to get the full Disney Dining Plan, or Deluxe Dining Plan. Now if you plan to have many table or sit-down restaurant experiences, you may want to just upgrade to the Disney Dining Plan. You'll end up saving money in the long run if you do!

    So if you're only thinking about one single table service, it's better to pay out of pocket than upgrade to the Dining Plan. However, if considering multiple table service meals, upgrade to another Dining Plan option, as conversions will not be allowed.

    May all your wishes come true at Disney World!

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