• On Jul 30, 2017
    Margaret from IL 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.

    Can I trade one of my Table service credits for 1-2 counter service credits or snacks. What is the trade ratio?

    Hi Margaret,

    Thanks for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel with this great question.

    Being able to add the Disney Dining Plan is one of the best Perks of Staying at a Disney Resort Hotel. However, a 2-for-1 dining credit trade ratio is not an option at this time. Any exchanges of dining entitlements must always be approved by the restaurant manager.

    Currently, most Quick-Service dining locations will accept the exchange of 1 Table-Service entitlement for 1 Quick-Service meal. Since a dessert is not included in the latter, but it is in the former, the restaurant may choose to allow for a dessert along with your Quick-Service meal. Furthermore, Disney owned-and-operated restaurants will generally exchange Quick-Service meal entitlements for Snacks.

    All the above being said, exchanging Table-Service dining credits for Quick-Service meals is not the most optimal way to redeem Table-Service dining entitlements. Instead, I recommend making advanced dining reservation at Table-Service restaurants. Otherwise, downgrade your dining plan to the Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan and pay out-of-pocket at Table-Service dining locations.

    Wishing you an unforgettable visit to the place where The Magic is Endless!

    Ritzy ºOº
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