After the cancellation of the Disney dining plans in 2020 (which continued through 2021), we can now look ahead to the light of the end of the tunnel in 2022 where the Disney dining offer makes a comeback. For 2022, the free Disney dining offer is slightly different as the dining plan we all know and love is still discontinued. Instead of the free dining plan, you're now given free dining in the form of Disney Dining Credit. Up to $950 to spend! The Dining Credit will be accepted at 250+ dining locations across the Disney Parks, Disney Springs and Disney Resort hotels. It's redeemable on food (quick service, table service and snacks), drinks (including alcoholic beverages) and gratuities. However, that's not all. Book your 2022 Walt Disney World Holiday through Disney Holidays directly and receive the below offers.
🍽️ Up to $950 Disney Dining Credit
🎟️ 14-Day Ticket for the price of a 7-Day Ticket
💲 $200 Disney Spending Money
📷 FREE Memory Maker (worth $199)
+ No Amendment Fees for changes made up to 7 days before you travel
🎁 50th Anniversary Celebration Basket (Disney Holidays exclusive which includes a limited edition 50th Anniversary commemorative coin, exclusive Disney merchandise, some delicious treats, presented inside a Mickey cooler bag)
Start booking now for stays between 1st January - 2nd April 2022, 24th April - 24th September 2022, 13th-17th November, 9th-18th December to redeem this free Disney dining 2022 offer.
You can start booking now for stays between 1st January - 2nd April 2022 and 24th April - 24th September 2022 to qualify for this free Disney dining 2022 offer. Book a Walt Disney World hotel + ticket package for a minimum of 5 nights and maximum of 21 nights. (Keep in mind the 21-day Ultimate ticket is still discontinued.) The 14-day for the price of 7-day ticket is available on these select dates, which includes Memory Maker. A $200 gift card is given to each room, and the 50th Anniversary Celebration Basket is given to stays in all resorts except Disney's Pop Century Resort and Disney's All Star Movies Resort.
Dining Credit Information
The amount of free Disney dining credit you get with your stay is determined by which resort you to decide to stay at. You must stay for at least 5 nights, up to 21 nights total at select resorts and select room types. Group 1 resorts qualify for $68 per room for each night of your stay, group 2 resorts qualify for $61 per room per night, and group 3 qualifies for $36 per room per night. Keep in mind you only get dining credit for stays from 5 nights to 14 nights. If you stay for 21 nights, you don't receive dining credit more than 14 nights worth. If you want to do a 21 night stay, you'll be better off booking a 14 night stay and a separate 7 night stay.
(Group 1) Up to $952 dining credit at
Disney's Contemporary Resort
Disney's Yacht Club Resort
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney's Polynesian Village Resort
Disney's Polynesian Village & Bungalows
Disney's Beach Club Resort
Disney's Beach Club Villas
Disney's Boardwalk Inn
Disney's Boardwalk Villas
Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Kidani Village
Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins & Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Disney's Old Key West Resort
Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
Disney's Rivera Resort
(Group 2) Up to $854 dining credit at
Disney's Art Of Animation Resort (Suites)
Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
The Cabins At Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort
(Group 3) Up to $504 dining credit at
Disney's Pop Century Resort
Disney's All Star Resorts
You might notice some resorts are missing from this list. It is likely the missing resorts are not due to reopen yet, however, because Disney are offering no amendment fees with this offer, you could change resorts at a later date, subject to availability.
You can click here to download the full official PDF of all the places you can spend the dining credit. Scroll down to dining credit section and click "download our guide".
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