News! Disney Dining Plan changes for 2017

Walt Disney World has posted its brochures for next year’s Disney Dining Plans. Take a look at the Disney Dining Plan changes for 2017!

Disney Dining Plan

Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan 2017

  • Two quick-service meals (Breakfast: entrée or combo meal and a non-alcoholic beverage; Lunch/Dinner: entrée or combo meal and a non-alcoholic beverage )
  • Two snacks
  • One Resort refillable drink mug per person, per package valid for length of stay

Online brochure for the 2017 Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan.

Cost – $46.34 per night for ages 10 and up; $20.18 per night for ages 3-9

(Basic/Plus) Disney Dining Plan 2017

  • One table service or buffet meal quick service meals (Breakfast: entrée or buffet and a non-alcoholic beverage; Lunch/Dinner: entrée, dessert or buffet and non-alcoholic beverage)
  • quick service meals (Breakfast: entrée or combo meal and a non-alcoholic beverage; Lunch/Dinner: entrée or combo meal, dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage )
  • Two snacks
  • One Resort refillable drink mug per person, per package valid for length of stay

Online brochure for the 2017 Disney Dining Plan.

Cost – $67.33 per night for ages 10 and up; $24.22 per night for ages 3-9

Disney Deluxe Dining Plan 2017

  • Three table-service or quick-service meals
    • Tables-service: Breakfast: entrée or buffet and a non-alcoholic beverage; Lunch/Dinner: appetizer, entrée, dessert or buffet and non-alcoholic beverage
    • Quick-service: Breakfast: entrée or combo meal and a non-alcoholic beverage; Lunch/Dinner: entrée or combo meal, dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage
  • Two snacks
  • One Resort refillable drink mug per person, per package valid for length of stay

Online brochure for the 2017 Disney Deluxe Dining Plan.

Cost – $103.57 per night for ages 10 and up; $37.62 per night for ages 3-9

In 2017, you’ll notice that for Disney Quick-Service Disney Dining Plan that the dessert has been removed and that an additional snack credit has been given. In the Disney Dining Plan, guests now receive an additional snack (and the dessert remains).

What do you think about the minor changes to the 2017 Disney Dining Plans? Let us know in our comment section below!

One Thought on “News! Disney Dining Plan changes for 2017

  1. Rhonda Brand on 6 October, 2016 at 3:31 pm said:

    I am not as concerned about the change of the dessert vs additional snack. But I am very concerned that so many restaurants in Epcot are not showing as participating in 2017. Last week I asked a Disney rep about this and she confirmed that Italy, Mexico, Japan and France are not participating in 2017. (at this time anyway)

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