One of the best things to come to Walt Disney World in a long time was the Disney Mobile Order Service last May. It’s helped cut wait times down for your food in the theme parks drastically for those who have been using it. Today we got even more good news with the Disney Mobile Order Service Coming to Disneyland now too!
UPDATE: As of May 22, the Disney Mobile Order Service is Now Available in Disneyland for Annual Passholders to test before the general public.
ORIGINAL STORY: The Disney Mobile Order service first debuted at the Satu’li Canteen in Pandora: The World of Avatar and is now available in 23 Quick Service restaurants around Walt Disney World, and if you aren’t familiar with it yet, I highly recommend using it as it’s a big time saver! Just place your order with the app, click “I’m here” when you’re ready to pick up your food and that’s it! Now with the change being compatible with the Disney Dining Plan it’s all the more convenient.
Guests will be able to browse to the Disneyland participating restaurants the same way they do at WDW, and using the Disneyland App on their mobile device, make their food selection ahead of time and then be able to pick up their food when their ready without waiting in line! And good news for Disneyland Annual Passholders, you’ll be able to apply your food discount to meal purchases using the app.
No word yet from Disney when the Mobile Order Service will start in Disneyland, but it should be available with Pixar Fest at some point this Summer, if not right away when it starts April 13th. Stay tuned for more details!
I want to know what you think about Disney Mobile Service coming to Disneyland.
- Are you happy about it coming to Disneyland?
- Have you used Mobile Order Service in WDW?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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News Source: Disney Parks Blog