• On Jul 25, 2017
    Nicole from LA 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.

    How does it work to trade unused dining credits? Is it possible to trade up and use a few quick service credits to get a table service? This is all so confusing to me. We have the 2017 Disney Dining Plan

    Hi Nicole,

    My family LOVES the Disney Dining Plan. In my opinion, it is one of the best Benefits of Staying at Disney Resort Hotels!

    One fantastic aspect of using the Disney Dining Plan is that you have a great deal of flexibility when redeeming your dining credits. However, saving Quick-Service meal credits to get additional Table-Service meals is not an option at this time. In other words, currently you can only use Table-Service credits for table-service meals.

    When using Quick-Service entitlements for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you will receive: One (1) Entrée and One (1) Nonalcoholic Beverage.

    Each Table-Service meal entitlement includes the following for breakfast: One (1) Entrée, One (1) Nonalcoholic Beverage, or One (1) Full Buffet or Family-Style Meal. For lunch/dinner Table-Service includes: One (1) Entrée, One (1) Dessert, One (1) Nonalcoholic Beverage, or One (1) Full Buffet or Family-Style Meal.

    With the Disney Dining Plan, everyone in the party ages 3 and over will receive the following each night of their package stay:

    • One (1) Table-Service Meal
    • One (1) Quick-Service Meal
    • Two (2) Snacks

    If you wish to receive more Table-Service meal entitlements for your family, consider upgrading to the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan.

    Ritzy ºOº
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