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Old 07-06-2011, 10:01 PM   #151
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Wow!!!! I did not realize what all you can get with a snack credit! Amazed! Side salad, tye dye cheesecake (this will be calling my name when we stay at POP), nachos/dip, and more. I was planning on Mickey ice cream bars, but there is so much more I can choose from now and few extra things my DS with his 30 food allergies can choose. I will be taking this list with me when we go! Thank you soooo much!
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Old 07-11-2011, 04:30 AM   #152
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Mickey muffins
Chocolate Croissant
Banana Bread
Vanilla & Chocolate Donut Rings $1.59
Raspberry Donut
Bowtie Twist Donut $2.59
Assorted Danish $2.59
Cinnamon Buns $2.59
Sticky Buns $2.59
Sugar Free Cheesecake $3.99
Cheesecake Brownie $3.99
Fruit Tart $3.99
Eclair $3.59
Cupcake $1.99
Sm. Mickey Cakes $2.79
Banana Split Pie $3.49
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Cereal w/milk $1.99
Fruit bowl
Cheesecake
Tiramisu
All items which Disney considers Family size ie; large bags of chips, boxes of donuts, jars of dip, etc. are not longer included as a snack option.There is no need to read though the following pages of this thread as the first page has all current updates.
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Old 07-11-2011, 10:49 AM   #153
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I was just at Coronado, 7/1 to 7/8 and Bagels are a snack item in Peppermarket
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Old 07-21-2011, 12:28 AM   #154
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confirmed snack list

beer is listed as a snack at sunshine tree? $3.79, is this accurate?
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Old 07-21-2011, 03:23 AM   #155
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Thank you for this. Going in 3 1/2 weeks. We usually use our snack credits for water but not this trip. Going to get yummy stuff
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Old 08-02-2011, 08:46 AM   #157
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Thank you for this. Going in 3 1/2 weeks. We usually use our snack credits for water but not this trip. Going to get yummy stuff

I was thinking the same thing about snacks now that I know counter service restaurants will give you ice and water in a cup upon request - I'll bring my brita water bottle and use my snack credit for something delish. Happy Planning.
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Old 08-08-2011, 12:52 AM   #158
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France/Boulangerie Patisserie

Because of Disney insider raves, during our January 2011 trip I headed straight to Boulangerie Patisserie when I had a hungry toddler in between meals at Epcot. After waiting in a long line I tried to snack credit the Ham and Cheese Croissant in I was told this wasn't possible...it was quite the embarrassing scene as I had left everything but my Key to the World with my party outside (won't do that again).

Anyone else recently had different outcome?
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Old 08-08-2011, 07:19 AM   #159
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I thought this might be too good to be true.

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Because of Disney insider raves, during our January 2011 trip I headed straight to Boulangerie Patisserie when I had a hungry toddler in between meals at Epcot. After waiting in a long line I tried to snack credit the Ham and Cheese Croissant in I was told this wasn't possible...it was quite the embarrassing scene as I had left everything but my Key to the World with my party outside (won't do that again).

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I was reviewing the list here in my planning and I was so happy to see this being possible; so, I thought. I do believe you can do it as a counter service meal, but not a snack. I think most if not all places have a symbol for a snack next to the item for those items allowed as a snack. If I see the snack symbol for this next to the ham croissant; I will have a debate with the CM about it. I'll report back here in December if there's a snack symbol or not for this item. Thanks for the heads up; I was going to use this for basically the same reason you did. I've seen some other places where soup is allowed as a snack supposedly, but I'm going to be cautious about that, as well, after hearing from you on this one. Going in December can make a bowl of hot soup taste very good, too.

I think the snack item in the park doesn't quite have all the consistency of the other items/meals and it can be different results depending on your CM sometimes.
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Boulangerie Patisserie

I look forward to seeing how it all works out for you. I think you are right about sometimes depending on CM. I had problems finding places with Snack Credit symbol, especially at Epcot, so I will plan more carefully this time with the help of this fantastic thread! Best of luck in December!
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I was reviewing the list here in my planning and I was so happy to see this being possible; so, I thought. I do believe you can do it as a counter service meal, but not a snack. I think most if not all places have a symbol for a snack next to the item for those items allowed as a snack. If I see the snack symbol for this next to the ham croissant; I will have a debate with the CM about it. I'll report back here in December if there's a snack symbol or not for this item. Thanks for the heads up; I was going to use this for basically the same reason you did. I've seen some other places where soup is allowed as a snack supposedly, but I'm going to be cautious about that, as well, after hearing from you on this one. Going in December can make a bowl of hot soup taste very good, too.

I think the snack item in the park doesn't quite have all the consistency of the other items/meals and it can be different results depending on your CM sometimes.
Boulangerie Patisserie doesn't have anything marked with the snack symbol IIRC, and reports about the ham & cheese croissant have been mixed. I know I've read a time or two that DISers were told it was only available as a CS entree. It seems like some CMs seem to allow it for a snack, others don't.

The World Showcase as a whole isn't as good about having snacks clearly marked as the rest of WDW. The Kaki-Gori stand didn't have any snack symbols either (though that may have changed with the rehab) and those are consistently allowed.
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I leave in 10 days !!Is there anything in particular I can look for !! I will try to take pix with the ddps/c signs on as that is the best way to be sure it is accurate !!!
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Hi guys... a first timer here going to Disney (also for the first time)...

just wondering why there are prices in front of all the snack items listed in the OP? Is it just to make you feel good that you did get the dining plan or do you have to pay for this stuff despite having a dining plan?

Sorry, I know this is going to be rated as a stupid/ lame question but I just had to ask...
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I leave in 10 days !!Is there anything in particular I can look for !! I will try to take pix with the ddps/c signs on as that is the best way to be sure it is accurate !!!
Most of us like to know the so-called value of our credits; we want to maximize our credits and we will use them for more expensive snacks.

Also, it helps decide if we will use a credit or pay out of pocket sometimes.

If you use your credit on a certified snack then you don't pay.
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Hi guys... a first timer here going to Disney (also for the first time)...

just wondering why there are prices in front of all the snack items listed in the OP? Is it just to make you feel good that you did get the dining plan or do you have to pay for this stuff despite having a dining plan?

Sorry, I know this is going to be rated as a stupid/ lame question but I just had to ask...
It is just there for reference/decisionmaking purchases. Many people easily use their one snack per person, per night and then some so it makes sense to use it on the higher-priced items and pay for low-priced things like bottled water out of pocket.
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