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2017 Disney Dining Plan Price Increase

Sanaa Review, Disney Dining Plan Price Increase

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We all love Walt Disney World, the only thing we don’t love about it are the ever increasing prices.  And now according to wdwinfo.com there’s a new 2017 Disney Dining Plan price increase.  Prices for all three plans: Quick Service, Regular and Deluxe have all gone up about $2-3 per adult per night and about $1 per child per night. 

Here’s the breakdown:

  • Quick Service Disney Dining Plan
    • Adult – $48.19 (increase of $1.85 from $46.34)
    • Child – $20.88 (increase of $0.70 from $20.18
  • Regular Disney Dining Plan
    • Adult – $69.35 (increase of $2.02 from $67.33)
    • Child – $24.95 (increase of $0.73 from $24.22)
  • Deluxe Disney Dining Plan
    • Adult – $106.68 (increase of $3.11 from $103.57)
    • Child – $38.75 (increase of $1.13 from $37.62)

Honestly the Disney Dining Plan hasn’t been worth it now for close to 10 years and so this doesn’t change anything for the majority of the smart Disney-goers, but it is concerning to see another what seems to be price increase every 2 minutes.  Disney did make some changes to the 2017 Dining Plan to try to make it more appealing to guests, but imo you still don’t get your money’s worth and better off paying out of pocket.  Better yet, splurge for the Annual Pass and get the Tables in Wonderland Card, it will save you a bundle on your table service meals!  The only reason to do the Dining Plan is out of convenience, that’s it.  Hope that helps!

Your Thoughts:

I want to know what you think about the 2017 Disney Dining Plan Price Increase.  Are you going to use the Disney Dining Plan anytime in the near future?  If so, why would you choose to spend the extra money on it?   Let us know in the comments section below!

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