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7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Dining at Walt Disney World


6. Note Food Allergies In Reservations

Whether you choose to book your dining reservations over the phone, via the My Disney Experienceapp or online, you are able to note food allergies among Guests in your traveling party at the time of your booking. If you’re speaking with a Walt Disney World travel planner, be sure to let him or her know about any food allergies you or members of your dining party have. And if you’re using the app or booking online, you can make note of any food allergies by clicking “Add a Special Request” and then clicking the box next to the allergens that affect your dining party. Once you get to the restaurant to enjoy your meal, your server will already have this information. It’s so convenient, and it ensures that no one with a food allergy is overlooked.

5. Cancel Early To Avoid Fees

Disney doesn’t charge Guests to book dining reservations, but you will have to have a credit card on file to secure your reservation. But in the event you can’t make it to the parks for your dining reservation, or if you change your mind, be sure to cancel the reservation. You can cancel all the way up until 24 hours before the time of your reservation. Failure to cancel your reservation in time may result in a fee of $10 per person on the reservation, which means if you made the reservation for 5 people, not canceling will cost you $50. It will be charged to the card with which you held the initial reservation. Ouch! That’s a hefty price to pay and not even get a taste of anything on the menu!

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