Disney Deluxe Dining Package

The Disney Deluxe Dining Plan will cover almost all of your dining and snacking costs while vacationing at Walt Disney World. This package offers guests three meals (table service or quick service) per person per night at any participating Disney restaurant. The Disney Deluxe Dining Plan also includes two snacks per person per night and a refillable resort mug per person. An appetizer is included for both lunch and dinner with your meal.

 Disney’s Deluxe Dining  What’s New  What’s New  Using Table Service Credits  Ways to Save

Disney’s Deluxe Dining Plan Info

For 2020, the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan prices are per person per night. Child rates are for ages 3 to 9.
Adult: $119.00
Child: $47.50

Participating Disney Restaurants

For each PACKAGE NIGHT, guests with this package will receive 3 meal credits  (your choice; any combination of table service or quick service meals) and 2 snacks. Plus, guests will receive 1 resort refillable drink mug per person, per package:

2020 Deluxe Disney Dining Plan

Table Service MealsFull buffet & non-alcoholic or alcoholic (age 21 and over) beverage
Appetizer, entree, non-alcoholic or alcoholic (age 21 and over) beverage & dessert (except at breakfast)
Quick Service MealsOne entrée OR one complete Combo Meal
One single-serving non-alcoholic or alcoholic (age 21 and over) beverage
2 snacksChoose from:
- Frozen ice-cream novelty, popsicle or fruit bar
- Single Scoop Box of popcorn
- Single size bag of snacks
- One 20oz bottle of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite or Dansani water
- One 20oz fountain drink
- Single piece whole fruit
- Single packaged milk or juice
- 12 oz coffee, hot chocolate or tea
- Other designated snack item
Resort Refillable Drink MugOne per person age 3+ on package reservation

What’s New

Guests are now able to choose from several new beverage options including non-alcoholic specialty beverages and, for Guests 21 and older, beer, wine and cocktails.

Alcoholic beverages can only be ordered with adult meal entitlements by Guests 21 and older. Alcoholic beverages cannot be ordered with child meal entitlements, even by Guests 21 and older. Guests younger than 21 may only order non-alcoholic beverages. Walt Disney World policy does not allow service of more than two alcoholic drinks per Guest 21 and older.

Items that are included:

Non-alcoholic Options:
  • Canned and bottled single-serving non-alcoholic beverages
  • Any size single-serving fountain soda (refills included, where available)
  • Single-serving non-alcoholic specialty beverages (smoothies, milkshakes, frozen coffees, slushies, etc.)
  • Single-serving brewed coffees and teas (refills included, where available)
Alcoholic Options:
  • Single serving canned or bottled beer
  • Single-serving regular size draft beer
  • Single-serving wines by the glass or single-serving canned and bottled wines
  • Single-serving canned and bottled cocktails
  • Single-serving specialty cocktails on the menu
  • Single-serving non-alcoholic specialty beverage that is also on the alcoholic menu (ie: Strawberry smoothie with dark rum.)
Items that are excluded include:
  • Any item served in a souvenir container and any souvenir item considered to be merchandise. The dining location should offer a non-souvenir offering of the beverage and have a price for Guests to purchase the souvenir mug if they desire.
  • Any item that is not a single serving, such as bottles of wine, pitchers, etc.
  • Doubles or floaters and flights
  • Spirits in the Ultra-Premium category at dining locations
  • select premium wines sold by the ounce
  • Select wines by the glass

There is no credit available to upgrade a beverage not included in the plan. The Guest must choose available beverages or they pay full price for the beverage that’s not included.

Using Table Service Credits

Table service credits may be used in many different combinations, at over 100 participating restaurants on Walt Disney World Property. Below is a list of some of the ways guests may use Table Service credits.

Character Dining: 1 Table Service meal may be exchanged for 1 Character Dining Experience. (Meals at Cinderella’s Royal Table Require 2 Table Service Credits.)

Signature Dining and Dinner Shows: 2 Table Service meals may be exchanged for one of the following: 1 Signature Dining Experience at one of Disney’s finest restaurants; 1 Disney Dinner Show – category 2 or 3 seating at any dinner show or category 1 seating for the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue‘s last show of the evening only; 1 Cinderella’s Royal Table Experience; or 1 In-Room Private Dining meal at Deluxe Resorts.

Private Dining/Pizza Delivery: Private in-room dining meals includes an appetizer, entrée, nonalcoholic drink, and dessert at lunch & dinner. Breakfast also includes juice. Pizza delivery includes one pizza, two non-alcoholic beverages, and two desserts. Both are two-credit dining options, although Adult credits only must be used for Pizza delivery.

Gratuities: Gratuities are not included for table service, signature restaurants, and character meals. Gratuities are included for Dinner Shows, Private in-room dining, Pizza Delivery, Cinderella’s Royal Table, and Grand Gathering Experiences. Automatic gratuities of 18% will be added for parties of six or more to be paid by guest upon completion of the meal

Appetizers Are Included! While appetizers are not included in Disney’s Standard Dining Plan, appetizers are included in the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan when you dine at a table service restaurant.

Here is a Disney Dining Plan Tracker in Excel format, to help you with your meal planning (thanks to Carys for sharing this useful tool).

Disney Deluxe Dining Plan Ways To Save

Deluxe Dining Plan

The MouseForLess Shows You How to Save!

Guests using this package can save on their dining expenses by using the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan. The examples below demonstrate the potential savings for a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 children ages 9 and under, but parties of other sizes and ages may see similar savings.

Example #1 – 2020 Deluxe Dining Plan

Breakfast – Cape May Character Breakfast
Uses 1 Table Service Credit Per Person
Adult #1 – Buffet Price (40.47) Bloody Mary (10.00)
Adult #2 – Buffet Price (40.47) It’s A Shore Thing (11.00)
Child #1 – Buffet Price (24.5)
Child #2 – Buffet Price (24.5)
Meal Total: $150.94

Lunch – Rose and Crown
Uses 1 Table Service Per Person
Adult #1- Scotch Egg (12.00) Corned Beef and Cabbage (24.00) Sticky Toffee Pudding (8.00) Cider and Fireball (16.25)
Adult #2- Cheese Platter (14.00) Pan-roasted Scottish Salmon (27.00) Rice Pudding (8.00) Leaping Leprechaun Drink (16.75)
Child #1- Butter Chicken (11.00)
Child #2- Bangers and Mash (12.00)
Meal Total: $149.00

Snack – Snack Cart
Uses 1 Snack Credit Per Person
Adult #1 – Popcorn (5.00)
Adult #2 – smartWater (5.50)
Child #1 – Mickey Pretzel with Cheese (7.00)
Child #2 – Mickey Bar  (5.75)
Meal Total: $28.25

Dinner – Garden Grill
Uses 1 Table Service Per Person
Adult #1- Buffet Price (55.38) Citrus Freeze (12.75)
Adult #2- Buffet Price (55.38) Citrus Freeze (12.75)
Child #1- Buffet Price (33.02)
Child #2- Buffet Price (33.02)
Meal Total: $202.30

Karamel Kuche
Uses 1 Snack Credit Per Person
Adult #1 – Caramel Apple (6.29)
Adult #2 – Caramel Peanut Apple (6.99)
Child #1 – Salted Caramel Cupcake (5.59)
Child #2 – Caramel Apple  (6.29)
Meal Total $25.16

Example #1 Totals
Total meal cost if paid out of pocket: $555.65
Total paid for the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan: $333.00
Total saved per day by using Disney’s Deluxe Dining Plan: $222.65

Example #2

Breakfast Crystal Palace 
Uses 1 Table Service Credit Per Person
Adult #1- Buffet Price (40.47)
Adult #2- Buffet Price (40.47)
Child #1 – Buffet Price (24.5)
Child #2 – Buffet Price (24.5)
Meal Total: $129.94

Lunch – The Plaza
Uses 1 Table Service Credit Per Person
Adult #1- Salad (8.00), Home-style Meatloaf (22.00) Wine (10.00) Cake (9.50)
Adult #2 – Soup (8.00)Baked Honey-Barbecued Brisket Mac & Cheese (22.00) Wine (10.00) Cake (9.50)
Child #1 – Appetizer (3.00) Kid’s Meal (11.00)
Child #2 – Appetizer (3.00) Kid’s Meal (11.00)
Meal Total: $127.00

Snack Starbucks Main Street Bakery
Uses 2 Snack Credits Per Person
Adult Guest #1- Double Chocolaty Chip Creme Frappuccino – Venti (5.95) Brownie Temptation (5.79)
Adult Guest #2- Caramel Macchiato – Venti (5.75) Chocolate Brownie (4.79)
Child Guest #3- Strawberry Acai Lemonade Refresher – Venti (5.75) Mouseketeer Cupcake (5.99)
Child Guest #4- Very Berry Hibiscus Refresher – Venti (5.25) Cake Pops (5.99)
Meal Total: $45.26

Dinner – The Wave
Uses 1 Table Service Credit Per Person
Adult #1 – Crab Cake (15.00) Grilled Beef Tenderloin (34.00) Desert Flight (11.00) Chocolate Martini (12.50)
Adult #2 – Prince Edward Mussels (13.00) Braised Short Rib (28.00) Trio of Sorbet (11.00) Sangria (11.25)
Child #1 – Appetizer (3.00) Fish Meal (12.00)
Child #2 – Appetizers (3.00) Cheeseburger (11.00)
Meal Total: $164.75

Example #2 Totals
Total meal cost if paid out of pocket: $466.95
Total paid for the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan: $333.00
Total saved per day by using Disney’s Deluxe Dining Plan: $133.95

As you can see using the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan can help guests save a significant amount. Have some fun and play around with the menus in our section to see how you could save using Disney’s Dining Plan. You also may want to consider exploring Disney’s Quick Service Dining Plan, Disney’s standard Dining Plan, and Disney’s Dining Plan Plus.

If you have additional questions about Disney’s Dining Plans, we suggest that you book your trip with an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner like The Magic for Less Travel, the official travel agency of The MouseForLess. The Magic for Less Travel has been named by Disney an Authorized Disney Planner. Their exclusive Magic Plus Concierge Service is provided free of charge to every guest. Agents working with The Magic for Less Travel are happy to help you secure Advanced Dining Reservations and help you create the vacation of your dreams.