Disney Quick Tips – Share An Entree at Disney World To Save Money

Share An Entree To Save Money At Disney

Sharing entrees at Disney World is a great idea! At many Disney restaurants, the portions are huge. Whole entrees at Disney are often just too much food for one person to eat. I almost always share an entree with a family member at Disney and have never felt like I didn’t get enough to eat. If someone else in your party is interested in the same entree as you, just order one to split. Chances are you will both get more than enough to fill you up.

Splitting entrees is also a great way to save money at Disney. Depending on how many meals you split, you could essentially cut your food budget in half! Even if you only split one meal a day with someone else, this will still save you quite a bit of money over the course of your vacation.

Do you have any other tips for saving money on food at Disney? Let us know in the comments below!

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9 thoughts on “Disney Quick Tips – Share An Entree at Disney World To Save Money

  1. With the dining plan, you can only share quick service meals or snacks. If you get the dining plan, it has to be purchased for all members of your party, so you’re paying for a set number of meals whether they are used or not. So, I think sharing meals is more beneficial for guests without the dining plan. It sounds like not getting the dining plan would probably be the best option for your family since your children are light eaters.

  2. Would it make any sense to share if you participate in the dining plan? We plan on not doing the dining plan on our next trip. I have a 6 and 2 year old that both barely eat..I could share a meal with one of them and really save.

  3. Yes you can, but everyone in the room still has to have the plan if you get it. You get x number of meals per stay so you can use them in any order/amount you like but once they are used up that is it.

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