News: Discounted Walt Disney World Play, Stay, and Dine Packages

Get a discounted Play, Stay & Dine package at Walt Disney World! According to Disney, guests can save up to $400-600 with this discounted offer valid for most Disney-owned resorts, theme park tickets, and Disney Dining plans.

Disney Dining Plan Frequently Asked Questions

Valid for stays December 14 through December 20, 2014 and January 5 through March 7, 2015, your package must include at least 3 nights (maximum of 14 nights) at a Disney resort, a minimum of a 2-day theme park ticket, and a dining plan for the length of your stay.

Your first night must be within the above dates. For example, check in March 7 and your entire stay will be included in the discounted package.

While Value resorts can be booked with any dining plan, all other resorts must include the regular Dining Plan or Deluxe Dining Plan. Take a look at Disney Dining Plans before booking your trip, and read up on the DFB Disney Dining Plan FAQs.

Please note that the offer excludes Villas at Grand Floridian, Bay Lake Tower, Polynesian Villas, Little Mermaid rooms at Art of Animation Resort, campsites, and 3-bedroom villas.

Packages must be booked by 12/29/15. Ready to price out your vacation? Check availability here!

Do you prefer booking a package with dining? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. Humberto says

    I enter to Disney Site and I compare the three choice. The Play, Stay Dine Package, the Late Winter Room offer and the Regular Package.
    The Play, Stay and Dine Package cost $4,001 for a family of 4, staying 7 nights in the Disney Port Orleans French Quarter, with
    The Late Winter Room offer cost $3,853.02.
    The regular package cost $3,776.98.
    So where is the real savings of the $400-$600 of the Play, Stay and Dine Package? It is the most expensive. It is better to make you reservation with the regular package rather that any other offer.
    Why should I choose the first deal rather other two? What are the perks?

  2. Dana says

    We were debating on going to Disney World next February, and heard they were offering this deal. But then today, they emailed me a pin code that would discount 25% off of a moderate hotel (we don’t usually stay at the Deluxe or Value resorts, so I didn’t even look at those). Do you have any idea which would be a better deal – 25% off or the deal you mentioned above? For some reason, I just can’t do the math on this one! :)

  3. Dan says

    Dana, if you have access to Excel, you can do a comparison side by side to see what would cost you less. It will require you to look at the menus (I usually look at the listings on and estimate what you think you and your family would spend on food during your stay. Budget out your stay using the room discount, then budget it out using the free dining option.

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