5 Ways to Save While Dining at Disney World

  1. Tables in Wonderland – Save 20% on your meal! Yup, you heard me right, getting a Tables in Wonderland card will save you 20% off food and alcohol but it does come at a price. At the time of writing this article the price stands at $175 for Florida Residents and $150 for Passholders and Disney Vacation Club Members. At the steep price of this discount card it really only makes sense for those who are going to spend over $875/$750 respectively. There are more than a 100 Disney dining locations that accept this discount and the complete list can be found on Disney’s official website here. If you really want to eat on a dime at Disney you would¬†use¬†this discount at their participating counter service options. Some these counter service locations include, Flame Tree BBQ at Animal Kingdom or Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation.
  2. Passholder Discount – My personal favorite is to use this discount when buy a bottle drink inside retail locations; I avoid buying drinks at cart locations whenever possible. Being a Walt Disney World Annual Passholder also gets you 10% at several locations mostly during lunch hours and even sometimes during dinner! For a full list of the 2016 dining discounts and details visit here.
  3. D23 Member Discounts – Gold Members ($79.99/year) receive a few different discounts throughout the parks. Discounts for 2016 include 20% off at the House of Blues Orlando and $1 off a sundae at Ghirardelli Chocolate Company.
  4. Sharing is Caring – Chris and I have found that splitting things like a soda at quick service location often adds up to a big savings over time.
  5. Earl of Sandwich – You might be wondering why I am including a stand alone restaurant. Earl of Sandwich is by far the cheapest meal I have ever paid for at Disney. Depending on the sandwich you order it will set you back around $8. If I use my annual passholder discount I can save an extra 10%.

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