Hey all, got a great tip if you're getting the Disney Dining Plan. Here's a way to really make it worth the cost. Wolfgang Puck's Express at Downtown Disney. It counts as a Quick Service Meal, and I must say not only was the food incredible, but the meal for four of us would have costed $70.00. I don't think there was an entree on the menu for less than $12.00. And then add drink and desert and you really get your money's worth.
Also if you have a child that's just about 8 or 9 and has a bigger appetite than the Quick service kids menus can supply, order him or her a regular meal. At quick service locations they don't really push the kid menus on the children. The plan only differentiates the ages on table service.
Example. We just came back from Disney World and upon check-in, when they gave me the Dining Plan starting balances for credits,(2 adults, 1 junior, 1 child age 8...for 8 nights.) it was listed as follows:
24 adult table service
8 child table service
32 quick service credits
I couldn't believe it. Definately made out in long run. Hope these tips help!
Previous WDW Trips
With my family(as a child; teen)
November 1976.....Fort Wilderness Campground
February 1986......Off Site
With family of my own.
November 1996.....Wilderness Lodge
June 1999.............Caribbean Beach
August 2006..........Pop Century
August 2008..........Saratoga Springs Resort
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