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Tag Archives: free dining
One of Walt Disney World’s most popular incentives to book an off-season stay has returned for the fall of 2014. Travelers are eligible for the free dining plan when they purchase a non-discounted six-night/seven-day Magic Your Way Package at select … Continue reading
This post brought to you by Christina Wood of Pixie Vacations, the preferred Disney vacation travel planner of The Disney Blog. As you probably know by now, Disney has announced free dining for the fall of 2014. As usual, Disney … Continue reading
The fall free dining promotion is here and the booking frenzy is about to begin. Disney’s “back to rack” campaign, which is essentially a move to end discounts, is reflected in this promotion, with Art of Animation, Port Orleans French … Continue reading
For nearly a decade, Disney has been offering free dining in the fall and early winter as a way of filling hotel rooms during slower months of the year, a promotion which also has the effect of keeping Disney restaurants … Continue reading