News! 2014 Disney World Free Dining Packages for United Kingdom Residents

United Kingdom residents — we have GREAT news! Now’s the time to start planning your 2014 holiday to the Walt Disney World Resort. When you book a selected Walt Disney World holiday, you’ll receive free dining for your family!!

Disney Deal

Disney is offering a less restrictive Free Dining deal to United Kingdom residents, PLUS you’ll receive a $200 Disney Gift Card and 14 park days for the price of 7. However you’ll need to book prior to July 1, 2013, for select arrival between January 1 – April 8 and April 27 – November 30, 2014.

If you stay at a selected Disney Hotel for a minimum of 5 nights, you’ll benefit from these three magical offers:

1. FREE Disney Dining for your whole party throughout your entire stay at Walt Disney World.

2. FREE $200 Disney Spending Money.

3. Disney’s 14-Day Ultimate Ticket which includes unlimited entry to ALL six parks for a price of a Disney’s 7-Day Ultimate ticket.

PLUS save 35% on your accommodation by staying at Disney’s Old Key West Resort or Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa in a studio room.

Who doesn't want unlimited free Mickey waffles??

This offer is available on participating Disney Moderate, Deluxe Villa or Deluxe Resort hotel stays plus tickets.

Bookings must include 5 nights minimum stay at a Walt Disney World Hotel plus Disney’s 14 Day Ultimate Tickets for the whole party traveling to receive “14 day tickets for the price of 7” ticket offer, $200 Disney Spending Money per booking plus free Quick Service Dining Plan for participating Moderate Resort bookings and free Disney’s Dining Plan for participating Deluxe Resort or select Deluxe Villa bookings. Maximum stay is 21 consecutive nights.

Find out more about this Disney Deal here!

British Airways Offer

Valid for the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan and Standard Disney Dining Plan for arrivals January 1 – April 8, 2014 and April 27-November 20, 2014.

Your holiday in Walt Disney World must be booked prior to November 5, 2013.

Free Disney Dining is available at selected hotels, however dining plans can be booked for all Disney hotels at an additional charge. A 7 night holiday including park ticket and dining starts at £1259 pp.

Free Dining for UK Residents!

Disney Quick Service Dining Plan

Free dining applies to the Disney Quick Service Dining Plan when booking Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Package or Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort Package.

Disney Dining Plan

Free dining applies to the Standard Disney Dining Plan with Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Package, Disney’s Beach Club Package, Disney’s Yacht Club Package, or Disney’s Grand Floridian Package.

Disney Dining plans are available at all Disney hotels. There is a minimum stay of 5 nights and maximum stay of 21 nights.

Book via British Airways!

Will you be taking advantage of free dining for your 2014 Disney World holiday? Let us know in the comments below!


  1. Sian says

    I’m from the UK and this deal has been available direct on the Disney website since 1st January! If only we got free QS dining at value resorts like you guys!

    We actually have had this same deal for the past 4 years. I’m heading to Saratoga springs on 19th July this year (4 weeks away!!!) under the same deal :) 2 bedroom villa with 35% off, free dining, 14 day ticket and $150 free Disney gift card. Can’t wait! :D

  2. Becca says

    Hey, Sian – how do the prices compare to Virgin? They’re doing the same deal (with car hire included), but as I will have an infant, I didn’t look any further directly with Disney – they won’t quote you without a phone call first and I like to do these things online ;)

  3. Sabrina says

    How do they make sure your actually a UK resident? Because I’m European at least so…;) DLRP has UK-exclusive deals all the time, but I heard about lots of people using them that are not from there.

  4. Becky says

    Virgin are offering the same deal but with a wider choice of hotels. We’re going in February 2014, staying at Disney Wilderness lodge with the free dining plan-result!If you are in the UK, book via Quidco and you get cash back as well! Haven’t been to Orlando since 2001 and never with the children , am so excited :)

  5. Becca says

    @Dana, because there are much better deals out there for American residents which, due to the typical pricing structure in the British travel industry, do not work as well for us. For example: Pin codes, Annual Passes, Tables in Wonderland, Chase Visa, AAA.

  6. CraigInPA says

    Yet another year where Disney is giving UK residents deals that not only surpass those offered for US residents, but will, undoubtedly never be offered to US residents.

    Last fall I was booking for this February. The best deal I could get was stay-play-dine. That represented a rather significant price increase over the historically offered free dining. As a result, we’re only going to Disney once in 2013, instead of twice (once in February, once in November/December) out of principal. So, Disney, by getting an extra $1000 out of my family by not offering the UK deal, you lost out on another $5000+ in revenue. I guess I should be content that you’ll send me a “we miss you!” card this fall, when you realize we aren’t coming, as we’ve gotten in the past when we skipped one of the two trips. I know your people read this blog, so maybe one of them will pass this along to the idiot savant who decides who gets discounts when. Your loss is someone else’s gain.

  7. Nadya Ogilvie says

    We have booked this deal for october 2014,3 weeks at old key west 2 bed villa with free ddp:).fantastic deal as the free dining costs more than the villa as there are 10 of us (1 infant).We did this last year in september for 2 weeks.had an amazing time,cant wait till next year.Thanks so much for the blog,so much great information!

  8. Sabrina says

    Hi there, I just wanted to say that I just booked my trip with this offer – and I’m from Germany! It is actually open to all kinds of European countries! Maybe you could advertise that here? Thanks! You even get preferred viewing for Wishes and Illuminations oO

  9. Sian says

    @becca, We always book direct with Disney (hotel, tickets and dining plan) and then buy flights separately with BA/Virgin, which ever is cheapest! Been doing this for 20 years now and it’s ALWAYS cheaper to book direct with Disney (not including the flights). On the Disney website you can price it all out online quickly and easily :)

    Good luck!

  10. Becca says

    Thanks, Sian :)

    So… I priced up our upcoming trip and it works out just £2.70 more expensive with Virgin, but Virgin includes car hire and airport lounge. I wonder if it’s a time of year thing?

    But… Preferred viewing areas for Wishes and Illuminations sounds awesome, and booking the flight separately would actually give more flexibility with airmiles (e.g. we could use them to upgrade!)

    Oh… So much to think about. But next trip!

    As an aside, though, the price difference between OKW/SSR and the rest of the DVC villas is baffling! Any ideas why they charge almost double for those rooms?

  11. Sabrina says

    @Becca I’m a DVC member and I always get the feeling that OKW and SSR, although they’re nice resorts, hardly ever sell out. They are both rather big, and rather cut off from all the action at the parks. Most people (including me and my family) prefer to be able to at least walk to one of the parks or have the monorail system (our Home Resort is BLT). All the Boardwalk resorts are even close to both Epcot and HS. AKL suffers from similar problems, but I think the relative closeness to AK and the animals there make up for it. OKW and SSR also do not have such a strong themeing (especially not appealing to kids) as say, Wilderness Lodge or AKL.

    Yet with an offer that good, we now opted for the SSR package, because with free dining, a 200$ Disney Gift Card and such, we just couldn’t pass it up. And SSR is close to DD at least. We might also do a cruise and before pay for another view days with DVC, maybe at BW..or the new and very tempting GF! :)

  12. Amy says

    We’ve booked this offer and going in Sept next year at OKW! Can’t wait! Only 400 odd days to go!! lol!!

    @becca – we booked directly with Disney as the prices were much more expensive with Virgin Holidays. As we wanted the regular dining plan which you only get free at the deluxe or villa resorts. With virgin they looked like they were charging extra for it even though it should have been free.

    So be careful when looking that if it looks cheaper it’s got all the bits that you want on it!

    also we like booking direct with Disney as you get countdown emails, and like @sian we’ll book flights separately – normally through virgin as we collect our miles!

    Also agree with you @becca about the loads of perks we don’t get access to in the UK such as tables in wonderland, AAA, D23 club etc :( Plus, our UK deals may be good but we have to fork out £1500-£2000 or so in flights/travel/cars to get there in the first place! So we have to factor that in too. I’d love to move to the US! I’d be an annual passholder for sure! Your stock so much more that the UK version does too. :( We don’t get it that great over here – honest!

  13. Megan says

    As a resident of both the US and UK, I’ve had the option to book vacations using either sites deals and without a doubt the US always has much cheaper options. The UK packages do sound amazing but when currency is converted it always ends up costing more.

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