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Disney Dining Plan – 6 Things You Need To Know Before You Buy

Artists Point

1. Some Meals Require More Credits Some of the more expensive and more sought-after meal options on Disney property require diners to use more than one credit to cover their meal. Because of this, it is important that during your planning you pay careful attention to how many credits you are using on each meal and budget them accordingly. Doing ...

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Disney Dining Plan – 6 Things You Need To Know Before You Buy

Disney Snacks

2. Snacks Can Be Taken Home Many Disney vacationers reach the end of their stay with a small collection of snack credits remaining. Fortunately, these credits can all be put to use on the last day. You see, many of the items that are considered “snacks” on the dining plan are packaged foods such as candies and baked goods. These ...

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Disney Dining Plan – 6 Things You Need To Know Before You Buy

Nachos and drinks

3. Not All Drinks Are Included Although every meal ordered using dining plan credits does include a non-alcoholic beverage, not all non-alcoholic beverages are included. For instance, the yummy mint tea served at Tangierine Cafe in Epcot cannot be added to a dining plan meal. Other examples of such limitations include specialty coffee beverages and drinks that are served in ...

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Disney Dining Plan – 6 Things You Need To Know Before You Buy

tiffins

If you are thinking about adding a dining plan to your Disney vacation package, you may be curious to know some of the pros and cons of the plan. After all, at almost $70 a night for the regular plan, it’s not exactly an inexpensive purchase. Because of this, we have taken it upon ourselves to gather a list of ...

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The Top 9 Magic Kingdom Rides for Sensory-Sensitive Individuals

Dumbo Flying Elephant

If you are planning a trip to Walt Disney World with a sensory-sensitive child, you may be nervous or feel that the trip is not the best idea. However, you needn’t worry. By taking some precautionary steps, you and your little one are sure to have a blast on your Disney vacation. One of the most important steps for planning ...

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15 Tips for Making Your Walt Disney World Trip Magical

Magic Kingdom at Night

12. Stay Until Closing Just as the experience of rope drop has something special to offer, the last hour or so before park closing has its own set of benefits. Of course, the crowds begin to taper off and the temperature begins to drop, but there is also something incredibly special about seeing the park all lit up as it ...

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15 Tips for Making Your Walt Disney World Trip Magical

tiffins

6. Make Dining Reservations While Walt Disney World does offer a huge variety of counter-service food options, sometimes a good sit-down meal is just what a person needs to give them a bit of a break from the hustle and bustle of the parks. However, all Disney table-service restaurants take reservations, and it is rarely a good idea to try ...

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15 Tips for Making Your Walt Disney World Trip Magical

Sunglasses

7. Keep Your Cool Florida is hot, especially in the summertime. In order to avoid dehydration and other negative effects of the bright sunshine, it is important to take precautions. These include: ●      Drinking plenty of water (which you can get for free at any counter-service eatery). ●      Wearing sunscreen. ●      Donning sunglasses. ●      Taking an indoor break in the ...

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15 Tips for Making Your Walt Disney World Trip Magical

Castle Backpack

8. Bring the Goods Aside from the sunscreen, fan, and sunglasses mentioned above, there are quite a few other things you may want to bring with you into the parks. You’ll also likely want to bring a camera, a first aid kit, a stroller, and autograph books. All of these items can be stored in a backpack for easy portability.

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15 Tips for Making Your Walt Disney World Trip Magical

Dumbo and Toddler

9. Let the Kids Lead In order to ensure the trip is fun for the little ones, it is a good idea to let them lead from time to time. Schedule blocks of time here and there that are specifically for whatever the little ones want to do. Let them decide where to go and what to ride. This will ...

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