Help about Disney Quick Service Dining PlanWalt Disney World: I have payed for the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan and have some questions
From Igor CabreraI have payed for the Disney Quick Service Dining
Posted May 13, 2010 at 3:04 PM
Plan and have some questions:
About the meal:
* Is this plan enogh food for all the day for an adult?
* Sould I buy something else?
* What should I do for eating those days that I'm going to visit Universal and Sea world?
About the refillable mug:
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From M.A. WalshHi Igor--
Posted May 13, 2010 at 7:24 PM
We used the Quick Service Meal Plan in April for 2 adults (2 women) and felt it was plenty of food. A quick service meal can be a sandwich, dinner-size salad, chicken nuggets, etc. plus dessert and drink. You get two per day plus two snacks. Technically, the mug is only refillable in your hotel.
From Anthony MurphyGood Question!
Posted May 13, 2010 at 8:27 PM
One thing that is great about the Meal Plan at Disney is you will NOT be hungry at all. In fact, you will probably feel stuffed.
While I am not 100% sure with your paticular plan, you might/probably be able to use your plan for more credits at table service and Dinner Shows/ Nice Places to eat. So instead of fretting about not using your plan when you go to Seaworld, you can go for a nice steak at Yachtsmen Steakhouse or a rip roaring time at the Hoop de Doo
The cup can only be used at your resort. Its not a bad perk, but I have only used it a couple of times. Very good to use if you want a quick drink of pop. I wouldn't worry too much about it though. In other words, do not go out of your way to use it.
I hope this helps a bit. The only think I know for sure is that you will be filled with food!
From Igor CabreraAre there in the parks something like drinking troughs, water troughs, watering places, (I mean a drinking fountain where I culd drink water)?
Posted May 14, 2010 at 6:41 AM
From Maureen MarshThe refillable mugs are a good deal if you're going to be at Disney World for a week and you buy it on your checkin day. If you use it at least a couple of times a day, it's paid for itself after 3 or 4 days. You can fill it with any foutain soda, lemonade,tea or coffee at your resort. You can't use it in the parks.
Posted May 14, 2010 at 6:13 PM
You only get one mug. You just rinse it out as needed. You'll find a rinsing fountain near the drink dispensers, or you can rinse it in your room.
From Eddie NYou should defenitly get enough food to keep you full with the quick service meal plan. The meal plan had the last time I was there was mostly quick service and I was never hungry. You get really good size portions the one day I had a pasta dish and it took up the whole plate so you should be fine.
Posted May 28, 2010 at 3:18 PM
From Beth OlligesThere are water fountains in all the parks (pretty much near any restroom), but the water is warm and tastes bad. A much better option (which most people don't know about) is that if you go to any counter-service restaurant, they will give you a cup of ice water for free! On our trip last summer, we carried those little individual packets of Crystal Light, Kool-aid, etc., to mix with the water. It's so hot and you get so dehydrated, this is much cheaper than constantly buying bottled water!
Posted May 28, 2010 at 10:26 PM
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