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  • On Apr 29, 2010
    Mike 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.

    I just saw on mousesavers that free dining will be offered again after 8/15. Are there any restrictions? I saw something that your trip cannot go over 10 nights. We got a good deal thru AAA and we're there 11 nights. Do you know what our options are?

    Thanks for writing, Mike!

    You are correct that Disney released the dates for free dining for Disney Visa holders today.  Based on prior years, it seems likely that they will also release "general public" free dining very soon (if history repeats, it would be Monday, May 3), but that's not guaranteed, just my guess.

    Everything I have read indicates that the offer has a minimum of 3 nights and a maximum of 14 nights.  So, 11 nights should be fine.  Of course, you should double-check this with your travel agent, just to be sure.

    One significant change from prior years is that must you must purchase a resort package that includes at least a 2-day basic Magic Your Way ticket for each person staying in the room (last year it was only a 1-day ticket). Similar to other years, all persons in the room must purchase the same level of ticket, which can be upgraded separately after check-in, if needed.

    Also, please be sure to contact your travel agent about this new offer.  Not all travel agents will automatically get you this kind of deal without you asking (some will, others might not).

    Lastly, in case you need it, the codes to provide your travel agent, in case they don't know, are as follows...

    QD4 = Value Resorts with free Quick Service Dining for Disney Visa holders
    WG7 = Moderate Resorts with free Regular Dining for Disney Visa holders
    NF4 = Deluxe Resorts with free Regular Dining for Disney Visa holders

    Hope that helps.  Please write again if you have further questions.
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