The 2017 "Magic Your Way" packages are on sale now for Walt Disney World Guests who want to book reservations for January 1, 2017 and beyond.
To enhance the Guest experience and increase the flexibility of options available with packages that include Disney dining plans, Guests will receive an additional Snack entitlement each night of their package (for a total of 2 snacks per night); however, the dessert option has been removed from the Quick-Service plan.


The following brochures contain additional information regarding the 2017 Disney Dining Plan packages:

- DISNEY QUICK-SERVICE DINING PLAN -

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- DISNEY DINING PLAN -

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- DISNEY DELUXE DINING PLAN -

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The Disney Premium and Platinum Dining Plans, which made up less than one percent of packages purchased, have been discontinued for 2017.  Guests may continue to choose from the popular Disney Dining Plan, Quick-Service Dining Plan and Deluxe Dining Plan when purchasing their Magic Your Way Packages.

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6 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this. It's very helpful to see all of the Dining Plans in one place so we can compare them.

Anonymous said...

Is Crossroads at House of Blues the only restaurant in Disney Springs that will accept DDP for table service in 2017?

Beth said...

Surely not. I thought I read somewhere that STK was going to be a 2-credit meal. And why would they remove T-Rex and Rainforest Cafe' from the DDP?

Unknown said...

Do you know if there is a reason coronado springs is missing from all lists?

sean stacy said...

Do you know if there is a reason coronado springs is missing from all lists?

jon81uk said...

All restaurants run by third-parties renegotiate their terms with Disney in the fall. Therefore they don't appear on DDP paperwork until the end of the year in case they change their terms. I don't expect any restaurants that currently accept the dining plan to stop accepting it, every other year they have remained signed up to the plan.

Third-party run restaurants include most of Disney Springs, a lot of Epcot world showcase plus Coronado Springs.

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