The 2014 Deluxe Disney Dining Plan costs $109.53 per adult and $29.86 per child, per night. The Deluxe Disney Dining Plan is the top tier of Walt Disney World’s three Disney Dining Plans. It costs the most and offers the most food. By default, no resort tier receives this package for Free Dining, but you can pay the difference to upgrade to it.
For each person on the room reservation, the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan includes:
Counter-service meals consist of:
Table-service meals consist of:
The nightly price of the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan is $109.53 per adult and $29.86 per child during regular season, with surcharges during peak season. Children under 3 eat free from an adult’s plate. Gratuity is not included for the table service meals. Two table service credits can also be used for signature restaurants, dinner shows, private dining, or pizza delivery.
Although it is expensive, the Deluxe Disney Dining Plan can be utilized for savings. We have found that by dining at restaurants on our Best-Value Table Service Disney Dining Plan Restaurants post for an early lunch and 2-credit Signature Restaurants for dinner, and having snacks for breakfast, you can still save a great deal. Read our post about how we put this strategy to work, and how much we saved in the process. Consult some Walt Disney World menus to price out an itinerary that will save you the most money!
Disney Dining Plan price increased in March 2014 and are expected to increase in late-2014 or early-2015 again.
For more information about the Disney Dining Plan, refer to Disneyworld.com’s brochures on the plan:
2014 Deluxe Dining Plan Brochure
What do you think about the Disney Dining Plan? Is the Deluxe Dining Plan the best, or do you prefer the Standard or Quick Service Plan? Share your thoughts in the comments!