** The NEW 2012 Confirmed Snacks Thread** Add yours here!

Discussion in 'Disney Dining Plan' started by Dizneydaz, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. zebsterama

    zebsterama Mouseketeer

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    Great post!! - does anyone have an update on what snack credit choices are available at Ale & Compass Lounge?

    Thanks!!
    Zebsterama
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  3. Dizneydaz

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    A few changes. Removed the temporary glazed nuts kiosk in France and added the Mickey Pretzel and Rootbeer Float to the Fife and Drum.

    Happy snacking!:goodvibes
     
  4. Dizneydaz

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    I don't have much info on A&C but there is a post here that might help

    http://www.easywdw.com/uncategorize...tmas-decorations-and-a-look-around/#more-6405

    with a photo of the sign they have. It says you can get beverages, fruit, bagels, toast, pasties, etc. here (until noon). I would assume that like other resorts most (if not all) of those items will be available for a SC.

    If you could report back to me after your trip what SC items you found at B&YC I would really appreciate it! (I love to get photos ;)) TIA and have a great trip!

    FYI-if someone reports back to me before your trip I will update the list. :)
     
  5. zebsterama

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    Awesome - thanks very much for this info. If (which we probably will) pop by I will be sure to report what I find out.

    Cheers,
    Zebsterama

    PS - please note that our trip isn't until July .... :goodvibes
     
  6. Auto Dub

    Auto Dub Earning My Ears

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    The best usage of snack credits that we found last week were:

    In Epcot's Germany and France pavilions... the bakeries have some great, unique snacks. In Germany we got a chocolate dipped rice krispies square that we split 3 ways because it was so large - at least twice the size of the Mickey heads. There were also many other items there that would be interesting to caramel and chocolate fans.

    The lemon ginger muffin at Capt. Cook's (Polynesian) was awesome with toasted whipped marshmallow topping.

    There was a concession cart near Le Cellier in Canada which had huge chocolate croissants - about 10" long!

    Tye-died cheesecake at Pop Century is a must try (just to say you did) - we got that as dessert a couple times.

    Funnel cakes at the concession stands - shareable for 2-3 people.

    Giant ice cream sandwiches (which we did not get because they were too big).

    The Minnie Mouse bakery prepackaged cookies were a good use of our 12 remaining snack credits as bring-home items.
     
  7. creamypuffs

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    wow, this is a very comprehensive listing!!!

    when purchasing an eligible snack item, does the CM need to do anything to charge it specifically to the DDP or is it automatic by the computer/cash register because it recognizes that it is an eligible snack item?

    when you buy one eligible snack item and one non-eligible snack item, will the CM tell you what amount we owe?

    thanks again!
     
  8. rdominy

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    subbing to use closer to my trip.
    thanks for posting.
     
  9. lovespekes

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    Thank you:cheer2: Thank you:cheer2: Thank you:cheer2:

    Last year we ended up with all our SC at the end of our stay since we did not have a clue what was included as a snack on the DDP. We ended up with a bag full of Rice Crispie Micky's which were nice but we would have much rather had some of the other delicious treats you have listed.

    We are headed to WDW in March so your list has now been saved and printed.

    Thanks!
     
  10. forevermom

    forevermom Earning My Ears

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    This is an amazing list of snacks! We didn't realize all of these items were considered SC's and now think how we've wasted all of our SC's on previous visits!

    I am making a list of all the places we will be visiting and will take the adice of the OP to bold any items we want to try.

    Leaving in 3 days!!!

    Thanks so much for putting this together and keeping it updated! :thumbsup2
     
  11. Dizneydaz

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    You're welcome and have a great trip!

    Don't feel so bad-the first time we used the DDP in Jan. 05 (and last time we paid for it :) ) I'm pretty sure we left unused SC, TS, and CS. The next time we knew more and used them all up!
     
  12. AshleyD1983

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    I am completely new here, and this is my first post. I stumbled across this, and I am so glad I did! Thanks so much for posting this. We are planning our first trip for April 26-30, 2012. I will definitely be bringing this list! :banana:
     
  13. Dizneydaz

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    I was checking easywdw.com and found a few new locations to add to the list in DTD. Forty Thirst Street is now accepting the DDP and has a few snack items-Hot or frozen drinks. Also there's a place called Adventurers Hut that accepts DDP and has SC items. Your basic snacks-popcorn, ice creams, smoothies, drinks, and the ever popular----glazed nuts. etc. This location isn't open too often.

    I also organized the locations in DTD alphabetically. Disney Quest still has it's own main heading.

    Happy Snacking!
     
  14. Dizneydaz

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    I'm honored to be your first post! :goodvibes I remember my first post, almost 10,000 posts ago! :rotfl2: Time does fly when you're on the "boards".;)

    When you are buying something (SC or CS) just let the cashier know you are on the DDP when you hand them your card. Most of them ask now (plus it is on your KTTW card) If you will be using a CS and a SC at the same place they will ring it up separately. If you are buying an eligible snack and an ineligible one I'm pretty sure they will tell you the amount you owe for the one that's not inc. I've actually never purchased one that wasn't inc. at the same time as one that was. I think the only snack we buy that we have to pay for has been the mini-donuts at the waterparks. Those kiosks don't accept the DDP. (hopefully they will change this someday)

    The cashiers are really very helpful when it comes to knowing what's inc. and what's not. If you have any questions just ask them. At the POP food court I've even asked them my question before I've selected anything. like "can I get any 3 snack items for 1 CS?" (Yes you can at many resorts)

    Thanks for the info. Quick question, where were you able to get a funnel cake as a SC? Was it in MK or EPCOT? TIA
     
  15. KNovacovschi

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    Thanks for the information. This is definitely helpful when deciding what to use snack credit on, especially since they cut it down to 1 on the QS plan.
     
  16. wisconsin willie

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    I, along with the others, express my gratitude for the fine job done on the snack listing. My wife and I will be going to WDW shortly, and this listing, will make our decision time go much faster.:banana:
     
  17. tink20

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    Thanks for all the great work in putting together this list.

    One question, at Storybook @ MK: the Fudge Brownie Sundae for $4.69 is listed here as an item on DDP snack credit, but not on easywdw. Just wondered which was correct, I wanted to get one, and use the snack credit if possible. TIA
     
  18. AussieSing

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    Am currently staying at POR and tried to get yoghurt parfait in the food court using the snack credit on the DDP but was told it was a CS meal, so not sure if this is correct or whether Disney has changed what is allowed. How do you identify what is considered a snack item, or is it up to the check out person who decides like in my case.
     
  19. LJSquishy

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    Gosh, I hope that is not the case! Hopefully the CM just made a mistake. Did the yogurt parfait sign not have the DDP symbol on the label/price sign? Perhaps it is up to the CM after all...maybe someone else can answer for sure.
     
  20. Dizneydaz

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    Most of the menus on easywdw.com were updated back in Sept. and at that time you couldn't get it. Shortly after the new menu came out they added the Brownie Sundae to the SC list as well as the (Hot Fudge) Cookie Sundae. You can now also get caramel or strawberry topping on the cookie sundae. On disneyfoodblog.com you will find an article about the cookie sundae
    http://www.disneyfoodblog.com/2011/12/13/hot-fudge-cookie-sundae-on-the-menu-at-storybook-treats/
    easywdw.com doesn't always update his menus when he takes new photos, especially if the change is only related to SC items on the DDP. That's why it's up to me to scour the internet looking for new info! :rotfl2:


    But mostly, I took my own photo of the menu when we were there in Oct. ;)
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  21. tink20

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    :yay:DS and I shared one last time (6/2010) loved it, we can get one again in May! :yay: Thank you!
     

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