FREE Disney Dining Plan for Kids With Select Disney World Resort Stays
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Planning a vacation to Disney World?
Now through February 26th, get a Free Disney Dining Plan for kids (ages 3 to 9) when you purchase a non-discounted 4-night/4-day package that includes a room at select Walt Disney World Resort hotels, theme park tickets, and a dining plan.
Stays must be booked by February 26th with availability most nights from May 25th through August 28th, 2020. Theme park tickets must be redeemed within 7 days of check-in.
All 3 dining plans—Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan, Disney Dining Plan, and Disney Deluxe Dining Plan—are eligible for this offer, but everyone in your reservation must be on the same package.
If the adults purchase the Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan, for example, the kid(s) ages 3 to 9 will get the same Disney Quick-Service Dining Plan for FREE.
Best of all, this promotion is available to guests staying in any category of Disney Resorts, whether the property is a Value, Moderate, Deluxe, or Deluxe Villa Resort. The number of rooms allocated for this offer is limited though, so don’t wait to take advantage of this promotion!
Note that this offer excludes the following room types: 3-bedroom villas, campsites, Cabins at Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Bungalows at Polynesian Villas & Bungalows, and Little Mermaid Standard Rooms at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort.
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Stay off property and you’ll have a lot more money to eat at the nice restaurants. We stopped staying on property 11 years ago and it allowed us to do better meals, backstage, tours, and Disney Cruises!
We have recently thought of staying offsite since we are now a family of 6. Where do you like to stay?
I have a 2 bedroom timeshare I rent out it’s at village parkway at kississimmi , and there’s a shuttle that will pick up and drop off at Disney 🙂
Roughly how much would it cost for a week??
Is this available in April. Please send me details
Hello….can you send me details about the timeshare? We’re wanting to go in July. Thanks, Lori
On Hotel Plaza Blvd which is the road into Disney Springs, there is a Holiday Inn, a Wyndham (which is a partner hotel and applies to extra magic hours), a Hilton, and the B. I do not recommend the Best Western it was in horrible shape, moldy and in disrepair to the point some of it was a safety issue. Right off property there is a Marriott Village with a Courtyard, Fairfield Inn, and SpringHill Suites. Further out in Kissimmee, there is a gorgeous Marriott owned Gaylord Palms which is two acres under a glass atrium and one of the best family and separate adult pools of any hotel. Google the property for pictures. With a year advance planning and signing up for Marriott emails, you can often get rates that are cheaper than Disney’s Value Resorts and their hotel is on par with Disney’s Deluxe resorts and far cheaper than those. Actually we think the service is far better at Gaylord than Disney resorts. At Christmas they have an amazing ice display, free shows (singing, Cirque acts, etc) and an LED light show/tree lighting.
On property at Disney has gotten so expensive, their service has dropped, and it’s an incredible waste of money.
We always consider it, but the convenience of walking out our hotel and being at MK in less than 5 minutes is hard to pass up
I agree staying on the property is so much more convenient depending on where you stay you have the shuttles or the buses to take you to and from & you don’t have to pay for parking in the parks. You get extra park hours. I think it’s a much better deal to stay on site.
I agree too it’s so convenient staying on property. Disney picks you up at the airport, dining plan takes planning meals off your mind too. but 4 nights is too short. give us a better deal!