If you’re planning on purchasing the Disney Dining Plan anytime soon for your vacation to Walt Disney World, be prepared to spend a little more. The theme park resort has increased prices for the Disney Dining Plan across the board.
Here is a breakdown of each Disney Dining Plan tier price increase:
Quick Service Plan
The Quick Service Plan, which features two quick-service meals and two snacks per person per night, saw a price increase of 9% to $48.19, up from $44.13 for adults, and a 9% increase for the kids ages 3-9, which is now $20.88, up from $19.04 last year.
Regular Dining Plan
The Regular Dining Plan, which includes a one table-service meal, one quick service meal, two snacks per person per night, and a refillable mug for each person, saw an 8% increase to $69.35, up from $63.70. For kids 3-9, the price went up 9% to $24.95, up from $22.85 last year.
Deluxe Dining Plan
The top of the line dining plan, which features three table-service meals and two snacks per person per person per night, and a refillable drink mug, saw a 3% increase to $106.68, up from $103.57, and the kids price went up 9% to $38.75, up from $35.49 last year.
You can view more details about the Disney Dining Plan and purchase it on the official website, found here.
These price increases come just over a week after both Universal and Disney raised ticket prices at their parks. Both parks have massive expansions under construction, from Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and the new Volcano Bay water theme park at Universal Orlando, both which are opening later this spring.