Disney Dining PlanFirst, Rikki let us know the changes coming to the very popular Disney Dining Plans for 2016. Now that 2016 package terms have been released, it looks like we have prices too. There are small increases coming in pricing for guests in 2016.

Note: Disney doesn’t actually announce pricing. This was figured using a January 1, 2016, booking at Pop Century and a calculator.

2016 Disney Dining Plan Pricing

  • Quick Service $42.77/night, child 3-9 $17.54 – was $41.99 and $16.03
  • Regular plan $61.82,  child $20.98 – was $60.64 and $19.23
  • Deluxe Plan $111.73, child $32.56 – was $109.53 and $29.86

All prices include tax.


  1. What’s interesting to me is there is a variance. That is, if I can do the math correctly.

    I just priced out two separate itineraries. One for 9n/10d, and the other for 6n/7d. On the longer itinerary, the Disney Dining Plan worked out to $61.84/night, and the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan worked out to be $111.73/night. On the shorter itinerary (again, if my math is right), the DDP is $51.53, and the DDDP is $93.11. A savings of $10.31 and $18.62/night respectively.
    I’ll double check my match, but that seems weird.

    • The math will make your head spin. We seem to agree on the prices for the longer dates (within rounding differences). I’d love to see what’s up with the shorter. Disney has no history of making things cheaper per night for shorter stays. Also, your 9 night numbers are the same as my 3 night numbers. 🙂

      • lol…. yeah….Math is hard sometimes!!! My test itinerary was 5n/6d, and I was dividing the cost by the days on that itinerary instead of the nights. I was doing it correctly on the longer test itinerary but had a brainfart on the short one.
        Thanks for checking for me!!!

  2. The plans are now up on the site. Looks like the deluxe plan no longer has an appetizer on table service meals. That’s a pretty big hit to the value.

    • Actually, looks like that was an error. The plans now are showing an appetizer for Deluxe. The Portuguese, French, and Spanish ones always did.

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