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Magic Kingdom offering “Disney Dine on the Go” meal option

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Magic Kingdom offering “Disney Dine on the Go” meal option that will include 2 Counter Service Meals and 2 non-alcoholic drinks per person.  This option is for a single day at a time and will be available to all guests.  Details in the post.

Beginning Jan. 12 through Feb. 22, day Guests at Magic Kingdom Park will be able to purchase a one-day quick-service meal plan as part of the Disney Dine-on-the-Go test. Guests who purchase this 1-Day Disney Dine-on-the-Go plan will receive certificates redeemable for the following at participating Magic Kingdom Park QSR locations:

  • One lunch quick-service meal* that includes one (1) entrée and one (1) non-alcoholic single-serving beverage (may be used only until 4 p.m.)
  • One dinner quick-service meal* that includes one (1) entrée and one (1) non-alcoholic single-serving beverage (may be used from 4 p.m. until close)

*Dessert is not included in the meal.

Both adult and child (ages 3-9) certificates are available for purchase.

This test will be available only at the following Magic Kingdom Quick Service locations:

  • Casey’s Corner
  • Columbia Harbour House
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Café
  • Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Café
  • Pinocchio Village Haus
  • Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant

Guests may purchase the Disney Dine-on-the-Go plan only at Magic Kingdom Vacation Planning booths and Magic Kingdom Guest Relations. And certificates must be redeemed within 14 days of purchase.

Guests will be provided with coupons that are redeemable at the restaurants mentioned above.

Cost is $29 per adult 10 and up and $12 per child ages 3 to 9

With some quick math thanks to the menus on Character Locator I was able to surmise that an adult would need to consume 2 sodas and spend at least $11.21 per meal to break even on this offering.

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  1. We never do the meal plan, for the same reasons the others have mentioned. However, we do have two small children. I wonder if we could by them both this meal plan, and my husband and I enjoy the kids meals for just $24? That might be worth it. Still not sure, though.

  2. For some this may be a nice deal. It would be nice if after the test, if they continue it, that they could offer it in advance, as a dining plan option. QS Lite or something like that. That way the magic band could be used instead of the vouchers. I still don’t think that it will have value for us. We are not too hungry at the parks, and tend to share a lot. And we bring snacks and get free water as much as possible. If it were TS vouchers, i think it might have more value for guests.

  3. Way too many people think that Disney dining is worth the weight in gold. This plan too will have the same effect. What the price fuggente between this and the qs dining plan

  4. My family would not purchase this deal either. We just visited in July 2016, and didn’t even find the food up to par. In past visits, food was a better quality. Prices are very expensive. Would rather bring my own food in, and splurge on a snack later! Being from the northeast, other amusement parks have better food, better quality. I don’t understand why Disney is not better. Years ago it was, but not now. Was very disappointed when we did actually eat a meal at parks.
    We rather pay as we go, and know what we are choosing to consume. Would not use prepay option, find no value in this for our family. Disney has gotten very expensive, and most of us who live in other states than Florida have to actually save money to afford to even buy a ticket……

  5. No, this is not for us. We usually split a meal and bring our water. . .. also enjoy a sit down dinner and not in the same park.

  6. I wouldn’t be surprised if Disney creates more of these projects. I think people in general hear about the “nightmare” pricing of Disney food and they feel like they lock in a price and they know what they are going to spend. My opinion is that the majority of travelers prefer paying for things up front and enjoy items later—even if it may not save them money. Personally, my family will not purchase this plan. We are not soda/soft drinkers, therefor most meal plans are not for us. If there was a quick-service plan without drinks included, I would be more tempted to try it out. I’m curious to hear if others are interested or not.

  7. Before reading the cost I was doing the math in my head and figured it might be worth while if it’s under $30. I’m not sure it will be much of a savings for people given that there are restrictions when it can be used but it could be for sure. I looked at the menus of the restaurants included and would say in most cases if you are the type of person who would order a soft drink with a meal then it probably would be a savings of a few dollars. Every penny counts!

    It will be interesting to see how this goes and if people embrace it. I like the choices of Quick Service Locations that they chose as many of those are our favourites.

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