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How can you save money on food at Walt Disney World?

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2005-11-26 01:15:47
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Join the legions of budget-minded families that have found cheaper alternatives to 3 Disney meals per day, for years. By

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Many jobs at Walt Disney World only pay minimum wage as a starting salary, including custodians and quick service food employees.

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Walt Disney died long before Disney World was built in Florida. So he never ate anything there.

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Yes, of course you can take food and water into Walt Disney World, as long as they don't need to be refrigerated or heated. They also have food and refreshments inside the parks.

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At 80$ a ticket for 0ne day and multiple hundreds for multiple days, Food, Merchandise. A LOT of money comes from merchandise, but I would say that food alone has the highest profit margins, plus they have beneficial contracts with certain companies to stock only certain brands of food.Also, you should consider the Hotels nearby, I think the Disney Hotels are technically separate, but they are intimately related to the Park.

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The Walt Disney Company evidently doesn't readily release that info to the public but if we consider it's visited by an average of 51 million people a year at [roughly] $100 a ticket that's 5.1 Billion Dollars & that's not including money spent on food, souvenirs, parking, lodging and any other money they take in.

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High and slightly below mediocre, respectively. Like tourist attractions everywhere, Disney food is generally of lower quality than usual, with higher prices. Or, to put it another way, after three days, you

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Yes, guests are allowed to bring any non-alcoholic drinks as long as the containers are not glass. yes we can bring soft drink,water and food items too in Walt Disney World. recently I had been to Disney Land (Paris) and i saw that peoples mostely mothers wer carrying there waters and all other food stuffs so there would not be any problem to bring those things.

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Some Disney World Packages include a food plan. These plans provide tickets which can be redeemed for food items within the different Disney parks as well as showcase several Disney hotels that offer their guests an on-site food court.

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he was a paper boy. worked on his dads farm. worked on a train selling food newspaper and drinks.

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Vacation packages to Walt Disney World cost, on average, $2000-2700 for a 6-day, 7-night stay for 2 adults, 1 teen and one child. The $2700 package, which includes dining, is generally considered the best option as food prices in the area are likely to be inflated due to the location.

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According to the Walt Disney World website, guests are allowed to bring any food items that do not require heating. Guests are not allowed to bring coolers, alcoholic beverages, or glass containers (except baby food). Although it is allowed, you should avoid bringing foods that need refrigeration since coolers are forbidden and temperatures are often warm.Yes, I have done it for years. I grew up going to Disneyland and we always brought food in with us. I never have made a big deal of it nor mentioned it at the gate and no one has ever said any thing to me. My dad refused to buy food in the park and it wasn't until I was in my 20's I finally ate at one of the restaurants in the park.Yes, you can bring food into Walt Disney World. All bags are checked before you go through the ticket booths. Disney has a Dining Plan that has helped many families save money while staying on Disney property. There are many different options to fit individual and family needs. The plans include snacks, quick/fast foods, and table services. It can be used at your resort to purchase groceries for your room and beverages. Some people bring food from home or purchase food once in Orlando to take into the parks to save money and to keep energy levels up while in the park. But the Dining Plan is an option that lets families enjoy dining at fantastic restaurants for a fraction of the cost.

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Maybe, because i think Walt Disney World lets you should call or ask! If you live in Canada its no problem but if you do not live there, try to ask someone. GOOD LUCK!

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The best beignets in the world are at Disney worlds port Orleans food court. They are delicious! If you get the Disney world meal plan, you can get them as a snack. Everytime we go to Disney world I always go there even if I am not staying in that hotel.

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Every family dreams of taking their children to Disney World or Disney Land, but the prices of these resorts make it difficult for many families to afford. Thankfully, there are many Disney vacation specials designed with families in mind. For example, when staying at a Disney resort, select the meal plan option to save extra money on food.

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First try talking to him about why you want to go to Walt Disney World instead of another theme park. If you're not interested in going to Busch Gardens, you should tell him up front. Bring up any special events that you want to attend at the Disney theme parks (such as Flower and Garden Festival, Food and Wine Festival, Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween, or Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party). You can also check if Disney is running any discount specials during your visit. This may be enough to convince him.

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Tables in Wonderland is a dining discount program available for Florida residents and Annual Passholders. For a $100 enrollment fee ($75 for passholders), guests will receive a 20% discount for food and beverage.

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Disney World food at counter-service is typical mass produced fast food fare, which varies little in quality and tends to taste bland. Producing food to the scale required causes a hit in quality. Disney counter service restaurants have food that is expertly prepared and considered to be the best food you can get in a theme park, by leaps and bounds. Unless the food includes ingredients or cooking styles you don't care for, this is some of the best food you'll eat all year. It is also possible for food to just turn out bad when you cook it, which unfortunately can happen anywhere, even at Disney World.

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Disney World does not explicitly list "food" as a prohibited item on their web site, though you aren't allowed to bring in large coolers or any kind of glass containers (with a couple of exceptions, one of which is baby food jars).

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One of the biggest savings I've found is to not stay at a Disney resort. There are tons of great hotels and rental cottages (We LOVE Tropical Palms) literally 10 minutes away from any park. They are much cheaper that staying at Disney. Disney parks allow you to bring food but you can't bring coolers or any type of food that needs cooking. Many outside places have their own kitchenettes so you can eat breakfast and maybe dinner at your room. Some nearby hotels even offer free continental breakfast. Try to plan your vacation during the off-season as many things in the area are discounted. You can also save money if you are a Florida resident, AAA member, or military personnel.

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Mickey's grocery list (in Mickey's Country House at Walt Disney World's Toontown Fair) only lists various types of cheese.

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Disney.com provides the following answer: "Kosher dietary needs can be accommodated at most table-service restaurants. Request this service 24 hours in advance at (407) WDW-DINE. In addition, kosher food products are available at select merchandise locations throughout Walt Disney World Resorts." You can also find kosher meals (usually without having to order in advance) at these counter service restaurants: Cosmic Ray's Starlight Cafe (Magic Kingdom) ABC Commissary (Studios) Food courts at All Star Movies, Music and Sports Riverside Mill Food Court (Port Orleans Riverside Resort)


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