I am interested in tips and little tidbits of info. on the topic of bringing snacks into the movies and shows while on board Disney Magic. We do not want to buy anything from the movie snacks place on board, because we've heard it was expensive. We also will not be bringing bags of microwave popcorn, as I've heard mixed reviews about whether or not they can even be popped on board (there is no access to a microwave) I would love to hear what you and your family does! I know I can bring snacks on board as long as they are sealed but, I'm looking more towards what snack-type foods are available ON BOARD with out an extra cost that can be brought in to the theaters... If we got a plate of desserts from the buffet (or other places), can they go into the theater? Can you grab a meal from quick service places and bring it in? Can you bring in a bowl of fruit from quick service or from room service? Are there any limits? We plan to fill our pop mugs up before going in, so we know about that already, I'm thinking more along the lines of 'snack type foods' here. And, when it comes to snacks, food and drink on board- is there something you feel that is 'missing' for your taste buds? Say like, salty snacks or non-sugary treats? Or is pretty much all of that covered for you? Once my family eats desserts and regular food all day long, it seems like I crave something salty...maybe that 'salty thing' (like chips or what ever) should be brought on board with us? Or do they have chips some where? I have been told by someone on another cruise line that they bring zip lock sandwich sized baggies with- they grab a few snack items from their buffet when they eat and they bring those to use as snacks durring shows...I don't know much about cruising- but would that be frowned upon??? Do other people do it?