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If you’re planning a trip to Disney this Fall, we’ve got a new discount for you!

Save up to 30% on rooms at select Disney Resort hotels, valid for stays most nights October 4 through November 25 and November 29 through December 23. Book by October 3, 2014.

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Go here to check availability and book. If you have a reservation already, it’s sometimes possible to apply the discount. I’ve even had them cancel my existing reservation and re-book with the new discount code. Just ask your reservation agent for more information!

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Cheap Eats At Walt Disney World!


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Hey gang! So for those who do not know, I am back in sunny Orlando on my Professional Internship and absolutely loving it! (In fact, I am loving it so much it so much, I have seriously considered staying for another six months…but that is a whole other story! Also, side note: I am currently Spotifying the “Frozen” soundtrack. How good are those songs?!)

Since I am back at Walt Disney World, that of course means I have been sampling all sorts of the eats throughout the parks and resorts. It shouldn’t come as a surprise I have been doing this as frugally as possible. Throughout this thrifty eating journey, I have found some fantastic options, and I wanted to share them with you all!

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My favorite cheap eat is by far the Mickey Mouse Kid’s Cone at the Plaza Ice Cream Parlor at MK (pictured above). For $2.99, you get an upside down cone in a bowl, complete with two chocolate “Mickey ears” and your choice of ice cream flavor. I got the cookies and cream and added melted peanut butter for $0.69…and WOAH, was it good!! Such a perfect treat for watching Wishes, and for your wallet too! ;)

Another one of my favorite cheap eats is too at MK. Head over to Be Our Guest in Fantasyland and took a gander at the children’s meals. I have tried both the carved turkey sandwich and slow-cooked pork, both of which will cost you $8.49. I praised kids’ option before because they are a complete meal, with an entrée, side (or two!), drink, and even dessert! Although both of these kids’ meals were delicious, I would get the pork time and time again. I am pretty sure it is the same braised pork found on the adult’s menu. It is really delicious!

Now let’s travel to my home park, Animal Kingdom! Back in the Yak and Yeti quick service you can get a “side” of chicken fried rice for $3.99. Now I put side in quotation marks because it is definitely more than a side portion! Plus, it includes real, hearty bits of chicken, and I thought it was really yummy. For its price, it makes the perfect light lunch.

Throughout my time here, I will continue to hunt for and share my cheap eat finds. So, be on the lookout! And if you have any great, low-priced food options, please feel free to share! =)

Written by: Brittany Madden – Follow Brittany’s blog Britty Loves Disney

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Disney Food | Pizzafari New Breakfast Menu


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My daughter emailed me this morning to let me know there is a new breakfast menu at Pizzafari, which is located inside Disney’s Animal Kingdom park! A new breakfast menu debuted on Monday, July 7, with some items remaining, some slightly changed, and others replaced entirely.

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There are some good options here! The platters come with a lot of food, so they’d be perfect for sharing if you’re not big breakfast eaters. And I’m digging the healthier choices. The oatmeal sounds delish, and it’s a great value at just $3.99!

Pizzafari Breakfast Menu – Updated July 7, 2014

  • Cinnamon roll – $3.19
  • Fresh fruit cup – $3.79
  • Multigrain croissant – $2.99
  • Cereal with lowfat milk – $3.69
  • Toasted bagel with cream cheese – $2.99
  • Breakfast croissant with egg whites, spinach, provolone and vegetable chutney – $7.49
  • Breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, sausage, peppers, cheese and salsa – $6.49
  • Kid’s breakfast pizza topped with scrambled eggs, bacon and cheddar cheese – $4.99
  • Bounty platter scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, french toast sticks, and biscuit – $8.99
  • Kids’ breakfast platter with scrambled eggs, turkey sausage, potatoes, and multigrain hot cereal – $4.99
  • Ancient grain hot cereal, which is a rustic blend of oatmeal, barley and quinoa simmered with aromatic spices and topped with a salted caramel crumble – $3.99

Pizzafari is on the dining plan and qualifies as both a quick service and snack credit.

Source: Brittany Madden – Follow Brittany’s blog Britty Loves Disney

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Disney Food Review | Wolfgang Puck Express


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We’re always excited to try new dishes when we’re at Disney World, but there are a few places that we always go back to, and Wolfgang Puck Express is one of them.

It’s a quick service restaurant, so the prices are very affordable with many items under $10. The food here is always great, and the portions are huge making it a great place to share meals. There are two locations at Downtown Disney. One is in the Marketplace and the other on the West Side, making it super convenient.

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  • Where: Downtown Disney Marketplace and West Side
  • How much: Entrees range from $7 – $18 at breakfast, lunch & dinner.
  • Dining Plan: Yes and uses (1) counter service credit
  • Quick review: On this particular trip, we shared the bacon-wrapped meatloaf ($15) and the roasted beet salad ($9). The meatloaf is served with mashed potatoes, port wine sauce and crispy onion stings and was awesome! If you’re in the mood for some comfort food, get this dish! The meatloaf is moist and tender, and the potatoes are homemade and delicious. The port wine sauce was slightly sweet…in a good way. The salad is served with butter lettuce, roasted beets, goat cheese, oranges, candied pecans and balsamic vinaigrette ($9). It was also very good, but the dressing was a little bland. If you get a bite with all the components, it’s spot-on. Otherwise, we found it just ok.

Wolfgang Puck Express Menu

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Wolfgang Puck Express Downtown Disney Menu

I’m a foodie, so food is one of the most important factors when planning a vacation. It wasn’t until the Disney dining plan was introduced that we realized what delicious food Disney World has to offer. Be sure to check the Disney Food category for lots of yummy food photos, and send me your favorites too! You can also sign up for my daily email to stay up to date on all Disney posts.

And make sure you’re following my daughter’s Disney blog. She is doing a professional internship there for the rest of the year and posts all kinds of fun, informative things…and lots of pictures!

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