It’s the first EPCOT festival of the year – the 2020 EPCOT International Festival of the Arts! With all of the exciting seminars, merchandise, and art booths it’s important to plan out what you’re thinking of eating at all of the food studios.
That’s why we here at WDWNT are happy to provide you with a handy dandy cost calculator. With every item from the festival this year listed, our cost calculator will help you figure out much money you need to bring!
We hope this tool helps you plan your visit to the 2020 festival and be sure to check out all of our reviews and menus at wdwnt.art, including our FREE PDF GUIDE!
As we did last year we are providing the cost calculator spreadsheet as both a Google Sheet and a downloadable Excel spreadsheet. We also retained the improvements from last year such as columns to classify items. Columns are also provided to include the location of the booth in the park, the item type (food, wine, beer, alcoholic beverage, or non-alcoholic beverage), notation as to whether the item is a new item this year, and gluten-friendly items. All these columns are sortable and filterable. If you have any questions or comments, or suggestions for enhancements, let us know in the comments below!
To use the calculator, simply put numbers into the green area to designate which items to add to your calculated total. There are 4 columns for this purpose, so you can up to three friends can use one sheet. (After you make a copy in your own Google Drive, you can share it with others!)
Google Sheets version:
Click here or copy and paste this link into your web browser: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jAPaKubaAxiptAaPZkcu_Nvchfh1Qq3rk0lv4GBDkBo/copy
You should be prompted to make a copy of the sheet. Click yes, and it will create a copy of the sheet in your own Google Drive.
If it does not prompt you to make a copy, but instead just opens the sheet, it will be read-only. If this happens, click the three dots and select “Share & export” then click “Make a copy” and this will create the editable copy in your Google Drive.
If you don’t have a Google account or prefer to use Excel, just click here to download the spreadsheet as an .xlsx file.
If you have an older version of Excel and need the .xls file, click here.
If you want the OpenDocument version .ods file, click here.