The Walt Disney World has introduced a new tier in the Disney Dining Plan, one that fills the gap between the resort's top two dining plan options.
The new Disney Dining Plan Plus offers resort visitors the choice of two quick service or table service meals for each night of their stay. This is now the fourth tier for the Disney Dining Plan, with plans ranging from two quick service meals a day up to a choice of three quick service or table service meals.
Here are the four tiers of the dining plan, along with their current cost per night for adults and children. The dining plans are sold as add-ons to a Walt Disney World Resort hotel reservation. All plans also include two snacks per night of stay and one refillable beverage mug per person that can be refilled at the hotel where you are staying.
Meals at Disney World's signature dining locations, as well as some character meals, require the use of two table service credits. Even though meal credits are assigned per night of your stay, you can use those credits whenever you'd like during your stay, until you run out.Tweet
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