Can you bring food on board?

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  1. ernobrn

    ernobrn Earning My Ears

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    I've heard mixed things so I was hoping someone here might have an answer. We're staying at Disney before the cruise, so if I happen to collect different sweets and treats during the trip, should I put them in my checked luggage, carry-on...or not at all?popcorn::
     
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  3. DynamicDisneyDuo

    DynamicDisneyDuo DIS Veteran

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    Food is alright as long as it is still in a factory package. If it's fragile, I'd put it in a carryon as the luggage goes through some rough treatment.
     
  4. ernobrn

    ernobrn Earning My Ears

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    Awesome, thanks!
     
  5. lanejudy

    lanejudy Moderator Moderator

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    Prepackage snacks and treats are no problem as long as it hasn't been opened yet. No "homemade" items or open packages of anything. Checked luggage or carry-on, whichever you prefer.

    Enjoy your cruise!
     
  6. cpc430

    cpc430 Mouseketeer

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    Can anyone tell me if we can get prepackaged snacks on board the ship? Like how kids meals in the park sometimes have goldfish? Or any other items like granola bars?

    Was curious if I should bring some from home to keep with me on excursions.

    Thanks!
     
  7. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala 1937, what a year that was

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    You can, but keep in mind that there is a charge for pre-packaged snacks at the ship's theaters and from room service.

    You can get sealed cereal containers from the buffet, for one thing. I don't know about things like crackers or granola bars.
     
  8. cpc430

    cpc430 Mouseketeer

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    Sealed cereal containers will work for my kids! :) thanks for the info!
     
  9. SugarRush

    SugarRush Earning My Ears

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    This is handy to know as I presume gluten free snacks are hard to come by?
     
  10. Tinknalli

    Tinknalli DIS Veteran

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    If you let them know about special dietary needs such as gluten free they will stock snacks that you can have, such as cookies etc.
     
  11. SugarRush

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    Thank you, it's on my booking :)
     

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