How To: Use Mobile Order With a Disney Dining Plan

Disney announced today that the popular mobile food ordering system they began rolling out last year at Disney World, will now work with Disney Dining Plans. Here are the details:

mobile order disney dining planIn order to use mobile order with a Disney dining plan, you first need to update your My Disney Experience app. The app update supporting the new functionality was rolled out today (January 31st). Once you’ve updated your app, you will be able to redeem meals and snacks from your Disney dining plan using mobile order.

Mobile order now works with all three Disney dining plans (Quick-Service Dining, Disney Dining and Disney Deluxe Dining plans). It allows you to skip the crazy lines at participating restaurants and order/pay in advance, then just pick the food up, saving you a boatload of time and frustration.

Currently mobile order is available at 23 restaurants throughout Disney World. Most popular quick service restaurants in the four parks and Disney Springs are covered in the mobile order program now. Here is a complete list of participating Disney World mobile order restaurants.

To access Mobile Order, tap the “Order Food” button under “My Plans” in the app. Here is a quick video from Disney Parks that shows exactly how to use the new feature:

Much more info about the Disney World mobile order program can be found here in our 101 primer post.

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