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Possible Changes Coming to Disney Dining Plan

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1 June 2015 No Comment

Disney-Dining-PlanWe have news about some possible changes coming to the Disney Dining Plan!

While none of these changes have been officially confirmed by Disney, it’s been reported that most of the changes were to go into effect on May 31 and will be announced by Disney on June 4.

Perhaps the biggest change is coming to the snack credits on the Disney Dining Plan. To date, guests could only use their snack credits on certain items, but under the rumored changes there will be more flexibility with the snack credits. For example, it’s being reported that guests will now be able to use their snack credits on all single-serve items including non-character caramel apples and more.

Other possible items include all ice cream novelties, hand-scooped ice cream, all side items from Quick Service menus, and soups at Quick Service locations.

Changes are reportedly to the Quick Service meal credit too – guests will be able to trade a Quick Service meal credit for three snack credits are selection locations. And guests will also be able to exchange a Quick Service dessert or beverage an eligible snack during the same transaction. And, if that wasn’t enough, guests will also reportedly be able to select an adult entree for a child and vice versa.

Guests using Table Service credits will be allowed to exchange a dessert for a side salad, cup of soup, or fruit plate where available. And guests who have the Deluxe, Premium, or Platinum Dining Plan can order an adult entree for a child.

Again, Disney has not yet confirmed any of these rumored changes but we’ll keep you up-to-date.

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