Walt Disney World Free Dining Plan Promotion
2014 Disney World Free Dining Promotion
Disney World Free Dining Promotion - A Great Deal on a Disney Vacation!
2014 Disney Free Dining Promotion has been released for August 31 - October 3 / October 26 - November 1 / November 9 - 20 / December 12 - 23, 2014 (Details below).
The Disney World Free Dining Promotions are one of the most popular ways to save money on a Disney Vacation and here's your spot to find out about any Disney World Free Disney Dining Plan Promotions being offered at this time. We'll send an email alert as soon as a free dining promotion is released. We won't bother you with any mailings other than Disney Free Dining alerts and we'll never share your contact information with anyone.
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2014 Disney World Free Dining Promotion Information
Qualifying Arrival Dates: August 31 - October 3 / October 26 - November 1 / November 9 - 20 / December 12 - 23, 2014
Must Book By August 8, 2014
Book a qualifying vacation package for 3 to 14 nights at select Disney World moderate or deluxe resorts, you will receive the Standard / Plus Dining Plan at no extra cost. This dining plan includes 1 counter-service meal credit, 1 table-service meal credit, and 1 snack credit per person, per night of stay. Receiving this dining plan free of charge saves a family of four $158.54 or more per night of stay, based on the regular cost of this dining plan for two adults and two children between 3 -9 years old, families with older children save even more. You can upgrade to the Deluxe dining plan by just paying the difference between the standard and the deluxe plans. Contact us for details.
If you booked a qualifying vacation package for 3 to 14 nights at select Disney World Value Resorts, (All-Stars Music, All-Star Sports, Art of Animation Family Suites or Pop Century Resorts), you will received the Disney Quick-Service Dining plan at no extra cost. The quick-service plan provides two quick/counter-service meals + 1 snack per person, per night of stay. Receiving this plan at no extra cost saves a family of four about $116.04 per night of stay, based on the regular cost of this dining plan for two adults and two children between 3 -9 years old, families with older children save even more. You can upgrade to the Standard or Deluxe dining plans by paying the difference between the quick service dining plan and your preferred dining plan. Contact us for details.
Minimum Requirements: You must book a package that includes a stay of at least 3 nights in one of the Walt Disney World Resort hotels and 2-Day or longer theme park admission tickets.
Remember that qualification is based upon your arrival date, your whole vacation does not need to fit within the promotion dates to qualify for the free dining promotion. If you arrived on the last qualifying day of the promotion, you would qualify for free dining for the full length of your vacation even though it was the very last arrival date that free dining is offered.
* You must pay the $200 deposit at the time of booking to qualify for this promotion. The deposit is fully refundable up to 46 days prior to arrival.
Exclusions: Fort Wilderness campsites, Little Mermaid Standard Rooms at Disney's Art of Animation resort, Disney's Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter Resorts, Disney's All-Star Movies resort, Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and all 3-Bedroom Villas are excluded from this offer. The Cabins at the Fort Wilderness campground and Family Suites at Disney's Art of Animation are included in the promotion. Children ages 3 - 9 must order from the children's menu; children under age 3 do not need a theme park admission ticket to enter the parks and do not participate in the Disney Dining Plans.
Qualifying existing reservations falling within promotion days can be altered (subject to availability) to reflect the free dining promotion. We adjust the reservations for all of our clients but you will need to call and ask to have the discount applied - it will not happen automatically - if you booked your trip through someone else. If you do not have us book this for you, be sure to tell your booking agent that you want the free dining promotion; they do not automatically apply promotions to new or existing reservations - you must specifically ask for the discount.
Photo credit: Remy, from the Disney/Pixar Movie "Ratatouille", appears at the Chefs De France restaurant at the France Pavilion. Photo taken by me - (c)Stephen Johnson of www.buildabettermousetrip.com.
Book Your Disney Dining Reservations Right Away
The dates for the Free Dining Promotion are within your Disney restaurant reservations window. Book your dining reservations for the best chance at getting character meals or other Disney restaurants of your choice.
Disney Destinations Free Dining PIN code
Disney Destinations has been sending some people an email with a PIN code for free dining during select dates. These PIN codes are not for the general public and they are non-transferrable. No one seems to know exactly how Disney decides who receives a PIN code but requesting a free vacation planning video from http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ seems to help.
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Have you ever taken advantage of the free dining promotion? Did you figure out how much it saved your family? Do you have a favorite Disney restaurant? We'd love to hear about it.