Prices for the Disney Dining plan have increased.
The increases are about 3 percent for adults and 9 percent for children.
The new prices are as follows:
Quick-service dining plans are $44.13 per night for adults and $19.04 for children.
Regular dining plans have gone to $63.70 per night for adults and $22.85 for kids
Deluxe dining plans have gone to $115.08 per night for adults and $35.49 for children.
The prices changes do not affect people who have already booked their plans.
The dining plan is available to Walt Disney World guests staying on property and is seen as a way to save money on meals. The quick-service and regular dining plans each provide two meals, a snack and a refillable mug. The deluxe dining plans provide three meals and two snacks.
Such price increases are fairly typical, travel agents said.
“Ultimately it was an extremely small increase,” travel agent Stephen Juliano said in an email. “Personally, I still feel like the dining plan is a good value (especially for big eaters like myself), but every price increase will obviously decrease the potential savings that can be obtained by using the dining plan.”
The dining plan price changes follow increases last month for Disney theme park tickets. Disney last month put in place a tiered pricing system that included $124 tickets at the Magic Kingdom for the busiest times.
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