Breaking News: Free Dining at Walt Disney World!

Disney has just announced a great way to help you plan an affordable Disney family vacation: FREE dining!! When you book a full price Disney World vacation package, for mid-August through early October, you will get the Plus Dining Plan for FREE. This means 1 snack credit, 1 counter service meal (entree, dessert, and drink) and one table service meal (entree, dessert, and drink) per person/per night. In order to qualify for this great offer, you must purchase a regularly priced “Magic Your Way” package, for at least 3 nights, at an official Walt Disney World resort hotel, plus at least a 1-day Magic Your Way base ticket.

This is an offer that Disney has offered for the past several years during the “slow” late Summer/early Fall season. It has been hugely popular for the obvious opportunity to get a great discount Disney family vacation. If you decide to take advantage of this, be sure to BOOK EARLY for best hotel selections, and even more important, make Advance Dining Reservations as soon as possible (reservations typically open at 90 days prior). In previous years, all table service restaurants book solid during this promotion, so do NOT expect to get any table service meals on a walk up basis. A “word to the wise” if you want to be able to take full advantage of this great package deal!

For more great tips and ways to plan a Disney World vacation, visit The Affordable Mouse.

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