Disney Testing New One-Day Quick Service Dining Plans at Theme Parks, “Disney-Dine-on-the-Go” to Speed Up Sales

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Beginning January 12th and running through February 22nd, 2017, guests at the Magic Kingdom will be able to purchase one-day quick-service dining plan of sorts, called Disney-Dine-on-the-Go. The test period will allow guests who purchase the package to receive certificates redeemable for the following:

  • One lunch quick service meal that includes one entree and one non-alcoholic single-serving beverage (must be used by 4PM)
  • One dinner quick service meal that includes one entree and one non-alcoholic single-serving beverage (can be used from 4PM until closing)

Certificates for both children and adults will be available.

The test will take place at the following restaurants:

  • Casey’s Corner
  • Columbia Harbor House
  • Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe
  • Pecos Bill’s Tall Tale Inn and Cafe
  • Pinocchio Village Haus
  • Tomorrowland Terrace Restaurant

Guests can purchase the Disney-Dine-on-the-Go package at Magic Kingdom vacation planning booths or at Magic Kingdom guest relations only during this period.

Adult packages are $29 plus tax per person, and it is $12 plus tax for children ages 3-9.

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    • No, no she didn’t. They healthy kid plan mainly has to do with schools, not corporations. You can still get a large drink at McDonald’s and really any other fast food restaurant. Maybe not in a kids meal but yes, they are still offered on menus.

      • Jen, Michael Obama was the one who ruined the Doobie Brothers…no wait, that was Michael McDonald. Maybe they meant Michelle Obama who is trying to get kids and fat-ass adults to be healthier?

      • From the images in the article, it looks like the certificates are good as long as they are used on or within 14 days of the date on the certificates. So, while they are calling it a 1-day dining plan, that may not strictly be the case.

  • They don’t have any entrees worth 15 bucks. The quick service food is awful at Disney since they started the dining plans. Everything is cheap frozen bargain basement quality. I fill up before I go in, eat a snack, then eat after I leave the park.

  • Disney needs to focus more on the QUALITY of their declining theme parks, not the speed of service. This is another nail in the coffin for Disney theme parks. It’s ALL about efficiency. Our management really despises the Disney customers, and see them as a necessary evil for making profits. Don’t move fast enough, you may be asked to leave the park for “noncompliance”. New term being taught to new CastMembers and method to herd guests faster in and out of all venues. Used to be about “tradition” and guest experience, and Walt’s dreams. Those days are dead.

  • I’m wondering if these will be available for cast members and would we be able to use our discount

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