CONFIRMED SNACKS - 2017

lorilclevelandrn

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Here is a Sept 2017 update to the Confirmed Snacks Thread posted in 2014.

Below are confirmed items that can be used as a snack credit when using the 2017 dining plan from the 4 parks. As of now, I did not include snacks from the water parks, the resorts or Disney Springs. These items were sourced mainly from AllEars.net and TouringPlans.com.


Since I was unable to cut and paste all the items, I had to put it in a spreadsheet on Google Drive, which can then be opened in Google Sheets or downloaded to your PC as an Excel document. The items can be filtered by Park, Park section, restaurant name and also sorted by price.

Please feel free to let me know of any pricing differences or errors that you see and I'll gladly update the sheet.

Hope this helps!

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0VkvwVlKN9HYTU5NDRZMmlyTWM
Wow.., this had to have taken a chunk of ur time... thank U, thank U!

Go Astros!!!
 
  • bhartman

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    Nov 10, 2012
    This list is amazing!! Is the general consensus that any snack over $5 is a good value? We’ll be using snacks to supplement our toddler’s meals (she doesn’t eat enough to justify ordering a kids meal), but I want to be sure I’m getting the most value out of the dining plan. Just wondering if there’s a dollar value I should keep in mind when deciding whether to use a credit or pay out of pocket.
     

    Pumbaa_

    >Hakuna Matata!<
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    This list is amazing!! Is the general consensus that any snack over $5 is a good value? We’ll be using snacks to supplement our toddler’s meals (she doesn’t eat enough to justify ordering a kids meal), but I want to be sure I’m getting the most value out of the dining plan. Just wondering if there’s a dollar value I should keep in mind when deciding whether to use a credit or pay out of pocket.
    Using all your snack credits is the goal. There are so many that save the credit and pay oop cuz it wasn't the best value for the credit

    Then last day they are buying stuff just to use the credit up. Finding the balance is good
     
  • Frankie Nova

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    Jul 14, 2017
    Here is a Sept 2017 update to the Confirmed Snacks Thread posted in 2014.

    Below are confirmed items that can be used as a snack credit when using the 2017 dining plan from the 4 parks. As of now, I did not include snacks from the water parks, the resorts or Disney Springs. These items were sourced mainly from AllEars.net and TouringPlans.com.


    Since I was unable to cut and paste all the items, I had to put it in a spreadsheet on Google Drive, which can then be opened in Google Sheets or downloaded to your PC as an Excel document. The items can be filtered by Park, Park section, restaurant name and also sorted by price.

    Please feel free to let me know of any pricing differences or errors that you see and I'll gladly update the sheet.

    Hope this helps!

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0VkvwVlKN9HYTU5NDRZMmlyTWM
    said it has been trashed by owner ...couldn't view it
     

    elaine amj

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    Jan 26, 2012
    While not high in cash value, this was one of my favourite snack credit uses. I wish I had bought more of them to bring home. It was in an adorable Mickey ear shape too!

    ANIMAL KINGDOM AFRICA ZURI'S SWEET SHOP Mickey Dark Chocolate with Chili Pepper $3.99
     

    Frankie Nova

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    Joined
    Jul 14, 2017
    While not high in cash value, this was one of my favourite snack credit uses. I wish I had bought more of them to bring home. It was in an adorable Mickey ear shape too!

    ANIMAL KINGDOM AFRICA ZURI'S SWEET SHOP Mickey Dark Chocolate with Chili Pepper $3.99
    yum
     

    Pluto777

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jul 10, 2017
    Here is a Sept 2017 update to the Confirmed Snacks Thread posted in 2014.

    Below are confirmed items that can be used as a snack credit when using the 2017 dining plan from the 4 parks. As of now, I did not include snacks from the water parks, the resorts or Disney Springs. These items were sourced mainly from AllEars.net and TouringPlans.com.


    Since I was unable to cut and paste all the items, I had to put it in a spreadsheet on Google Drive, which can then be opened in Google Sheets or downloaded to your PC as an Excel document. The items can be filtered by Park, Park section, restaurant name and also sorted by price.

    Please feel free to let me know of any pricing differences or errors that you see and I'll gladly update the sheet.

    Hope this helps!

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0VkvwVlKN9HYTU5NDRZMmlyTWM
    Great job. Anyone know where there is a list of snacks by RESORT (not park), specifically Wilderness Lodge? Thx!
     
  • Chrissy2270

    Happy DVC Owner @ BRV 2014/ CCV 2017
    Joined
    Dec 22, 2017
    Here is a Sept 2017 update to the Confirmed Snacks Thread posted in 2014.

    Below are confirmed items that can be used as a snack credit when using the 2017 dining plan from the 4 parks. As of now, I did not include snacks from the water parks, the resorts or Disney Springs. These items were sourced mainly from AllEars.net and TouringPlans.com.


    Since I was unable to cut and paste all the items, I had to put it in a spreadsheet on Google Drive, which can then be opened in Google Sheets or downloaded to your PC as an Excel document. The items can be filtered by Park, Park section, restaurant name and also sorted by price.

    Please feel free to let me know of any pricing differences or errors that you see and I'll gladly update the sheet.

    Hope this helps!

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0VkvwVlKN9HYTU5NDRZMmlyTWM
    Very Impressive, obviously a lot of work went into this. thank you!!
     

    maryj11

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    Jun 13, 2002
    Wow this list is awesome! Thanks so much for taking the time to put it all together. So helpful!
    Do you know if Taste Track at Epcot has snacks available on the dining plan?
     

    JCornell

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    Joined
    Apr 29, 2006
    I know the general guideline is most things under $5 or so often count as a snack credit. Scanning a few restaurants, it looks like a lot of sub-$5 breakfast items aren't on the snack list though (i.e. it's hard to get a breakfast on snack credits now). Does that match up to your experiences? For instance all of the bagels and breakfast sandwiched at Main Street Bakery aren't on the list.
     

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