How To Spend Your Disney Dining & Merchandise Credit at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida

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A family dining at a round wooden table covered in food
From fine dining to on-the-go bites, there’s a world of mouth-watering magic to discover!
With the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida 2024 Early Booker Offer you can get up to $2,100 Disney Dining and Merchandise Credit, but what’s the best way for you to spend it?

The magic is… that look of amazement on your loved ones’ faces. It’s that family time you’ll cherish forever and ever. It’s an unforgettable holiday at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida

And if you book during our 2024 Early Booking Offer, the magic is yours with up to $2,100 Disney Dining and Merchandise Credit per room to spend at hundreds of locations across the Disney Theme Parks, Resort hotels and Disney Springs

If you’re wanting to use this credit for dining, buying lots of snacks and quick service meals throughout your stay is a great way to try as many of Walt Disney World Resort’s culinary delights as possible. Or, if you decide to use your credit for a few big character dining experiences for the whole family or romantic dinners at a signature restaurant, it can be used to pay for everything including any alcoholic beverages and the service charge! 

However you want to spend your Disney Dining & Merchandise Credit, here are some of our favourite restaurants and snacks to get you inspired!


All The Snacks

Blue and Green Milk from Milk Stand 

Disney’s Hollywood Studios* 

Inspired by the Star Wars™ films, these colourful frozen drinks are the perfect refreshment after some galactic adventures on Batuu in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge®! Whether you choose the zesty, citrusy Green Milk or the fruity Blue Milk, both of these concoctions are made with a blend of coconut and rice milk so even guests with dietary restrictions can enjoy them!


A cup of blue milk from Star Wars Galaxy's Edge


Turkey Leg from Liberty Square Market

Magic Kingdom Park*

This classic Walt Disney World Resort snack is available in a few different locations, but what better place to eat such a quintessentially American food than in the middle of Liberty Square? This stall also sells fresh fruit like apple slices and mandarin oranges, pickles, Mickey pretzels and Babybel cheese, so there’s something for everyone. 


Jack-Jack’s Num Num Cookie at Market  

Disney’s Hollywood Studios*

There’s arguably no better way to spend your Disney Dining and Merchandise Credit than with a warm, gooey chocolate chip cookie the size of your face. No further explanation needed!


Zebra Domes from The Mara 

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

One of the best things about staying at a Disney Resort hotel is the exclusive themed food and drink you can get at each one. Guests staying at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, or those just visiting the resort, need to pay a visit to the hotel’s quick service location The Mara and pick up some Zebra Domes - this delicious dessert can only be found at this hotel!



A Quick Lunch

A protein bowl from Satu’li Canteen

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park*

This is the perfect quick but healthy and filling lunch. Choose from beef, chicken, shrimp and tofu, on a base of potato hash, rice and beans, noodles or salad, with black bean vinaigrette, charred green onion vinaigrette or creamy herb sauce.


Bird's eye view of a tofu salad bowl on a wooden table


Grilled Sandwiches at Woody’s Lunch Box 

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Eating gooey, cheesy grilled sandwiches from Woody’s Lunch Box while sitting on giant Babybels and food containers in Andy’s backyard is sure to have you feeling like a kid again! Whether you have a Grilled Three-Cheese Sandwich, a BBQ Brisket Melt, or try some speciality ‘Totchos’, everything at this quick-service can be finished off perfectly with a home-made Lunch Box Tart for dessert. 


Barbecue from Regal Eagle Smokehouse: Craft Drafts and Barbecue


This is one of the newer restaurants in EPCOT and if you’re a fan of barbecue it’s one you need to try. Head to the American Adventure Pavilion to experience this mouth-watering menu featuring brisket, ribs, burgers, salads and sides including mac and cheese, coleslaw and baked beans with burnt ends. 


Create-Your-Own Pizza at Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza

Disney Springs

Whether you like a classic pepperoni pizza or a creation all of your own piled high with toppings, your perfect pizza will be at Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza. As you go along the production line, you can choose your sauce, meat and vegetable toppings, cheese and garnishes to create the ultimate thin crust pizza. 


A Character Breakfast

European Delights at Topolino’s Terrace: Flavors of the Riviera**

Disney’s Riviera Resort 

Start your morning in style at this rooftop restaurant where you can meet Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy in their finest European-inspired outfits, exclusive to this Character dining location. The menu is inspired by European ingredients too, with dishes like quiche gruyere, smoked salmon bagels and steak and polenta.


Mickey Mouse meeting guests dressed as a French painter


A Wild Breakfast at Tusker House Restaurant**

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park* 

Donald Duck hosts this wild breakfast, joined by his friends in all of their safari gear ready for a day at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. As well as classics like Mickey Waffles, pastries and fresh fruit, this all-you-can-eat buffet also includes African-inspired dishes like Durban Chicken and Egg Curry with jasmine rice. 


Breakfast With a View at Chef Mickey’s*

Disney’s Contemporary Resort 

With the monorail on one side and Bay Lake on the other, this is a Character breakfast with great views all around. Located right in the middle of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, this dining location is just a short walk or monorail ride away from Magic Kingdom Park, so you can head straight to your favourite attractions after filling up on signature dishes like Banana Bread French Toast and Loaded Potato Cheese Casserole. 


A Signature Dinner

International Cuisine at Tiffins Restaurant** 

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park* 

Travel to the far corners of the world with a dinner inspired by international adventures at Tiffins Restaurant. This unique restaurant is inspired by the Disney Imagineers and the research trips they took when designing Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, and the walls are covered in sketches, maps and paintings. Here you can try Asian-inspired curries and bread, or African meats and soup.


Roasted beetroot salad at Tiffins Restaurant


New-England Dining at Yachtsman Steakhouse**

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

Dine in New-England style with premium filets, strip steaks and rib-eyes alongside enhancements including lobster, crab and truffle mac and cheese. This is the perfect restaurant for a romantic dinner, with steak and seafood offerings for two, and a decadent chocolate dessert designed for sharing. Plus, with a sophisticated dress code, you have the perfect excuse to get a bit dressed up for date night. 


Sushi at California Grill**

Disney’s Contemporary Resort 

Accessed by a private lift, this restaurant is at the very top of Disney’s Contemporary Resort and is definitely something special! California Grill is well known for its sushi offerings, including California rolls, sashimi and plant-based rolls, but the menu has a wide selection of other dishes too like short rib, steak, scallops and fish. And if you time it right, the panoramic windows will give you an incredible view of the fireworks over Cinderella Castle! 


*A Park Pass Reservation and valid Theme Park Admission is required for dining locations at Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

**Dining reservations are strongly recommended for all table-service and buffet locations, which can be made up to 60 days before your departure at select dining locations.

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