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    Default Dining deals without hotel

    What is the best food stratagy for people who don't stay on property?
    My parents reserved their timeshare for us in Orlando and we already bought tickets. We'll be at the parks for 5 days.
    I haven't been to Disney world since I was a kid so I'm not even sure where to start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmr1101 View Post
    What is the best food stratagy for people who don't stay on property?
    My parents reserved their timeshare for us in Orlando and we already bought tickets. We'll be at the parks for 5 days.
    I haven't been to Disney world since I was a kid so I'm not even sure where to start!

    Sent from my SM-G920T using Baby Bargains mobile app
    You can view menus online so I'd strategize about where you really want to spend your money and treat it like any other vacation dining. We stay on property but eat our own easy breakfast food in our hotel room, bring granola bars and trail mix for quick snacks and then generally eat counter or quick service meals. We sometimes split meals or do an appetizer as a main.

    We drink water so we don't have to pay for sodas the same as we do eating out at home. I brought a filter water bottle last time because some of the tap water at Disney tastes yucky.

    There are tons of Disney food blogs for more details.

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