I am a huge fan of mobile ordering on the My Disney Experience App. I use it all the time in the park. Today Disney released some great news for nerds like me! The mobile order service is officially available at select Disney Resort hotels!
You can save time and skip the line to order at seven newly-participating quick-service restaurants:
- Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory
- World Premiere Food Court
- End Zone Food Court
- Intermission Food Court
- Everything POP Shopping & Dining
- The Mara
- Contempo Café
These locations are the latest additions to the mobile order lineup, joining Centertown Market and Spyglass Grill at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, as well as over 20 other quick-service locations throughout the four theme parks and Disney Springs area. And there’s more on the way, as we plan to expand the service to additional Disney Resort hotel locations soon!
The mobile order service offers the convenience and flexibility of ordering, paying for and picking up fresh meals and snacks directly from the pick-up counter where Cast Members deliver the food – saving you time to enjoy all there is to see and do at Walt Disney World Resort. To see the full list of participating locations, tap “order food” in the My Disney Experience app. And don’t forget, if you have a Disney dining plan you can now redeem your meals and snacks through the service.
So, what are you waiting for? Download the My Disney Experience app, available via the App Store and Google Play, to mobile order during your next visit!
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