If you’re planning a Walt Disney World vacation and are thinking of purchasing the Disney Dining Plan, listen up! Disney has increased the price of the Deluxe, Standard, and Quick Service Dining Plans for all “rack rate” bookings made on or after June 17.
A big thanks to our friends at the Disney Food Blog who have reported on the following increases:
Quick-Service Dining Plan
$39.64 per night ages 10 and up (no seasonal pricing)
$15.75 per night age 3 to 9 (no seasonal pricing)
(Increase from earlier 2013 pricing of $37.58 and $14.32)
Standard Dining Plan
$58.66 per night ages 10 and up (may be a dollar or so lower depending on season)
$18.88-$20 per night age 3 to 9 (depending on season)
(Increase from earlier 2013 pricing of $51.54 and $15.02 during standard seasons and $56.94 and $18.16 in peak seasons)
Deluxe Dining Plan
$102.94-$104 per night ages 10 and up (depending on season)
$28-$29.51 per night ages 3 to 9 (depending on season)
(Increase from earlier 2013 pricing of $99.97 and $26.84 during standard seasons and $102.27 and $28.91 in peak seasons)
Please note that the actual prices may vary by a few by a few dollars when the “seasonal rate” is used during busier times of the year.
This price increase follows the increase in tickets prices announced earlier this month.
For more information on the Disney Dining Plan and what plan is right for you, be sure to visit our friends at the Disney Food Blog for all the details.