Sancks on the plane?

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by bjmzl, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. bjmzl

    bjmzl Mouseketeer

    Jun 30, 2009
    I can brings snacks that I bring from home on the plane. The only thing that I have to buy after sercuity is drinks, is the correct?
  2. Ted in Halifax

    Ted in Halifax Over a 2,000 mile drive from Disney!

    Jul 30, 2008
    Correct ... you can bring snacks ... would suggest you avoid peanut products. Drink are the problem!
  3. formill

    formill DIS Veteran

    Jul 28, 2009
    We take our empty refillable water bottles (or rubbermaid juice boxes with straws) and fill at fountain past security-kids like those flavoured packets and put in them if they don't want plain water. I hate the price of drinks anywhere- for 6 of us we can buy a whole case coke, water etc for less than the price of 6 drinks!
  4. At World's End

    At World's End DIS Veteran

    Jul 27, 2010
    Also remember that the snacks cannot be in a gel-type form. So no pudding cups, no containers of peanut butter (but you make a PB&J sandwich ahead of time and bring it). No tubs of cream cheese, but you can take bagels with cream cheese already spread on them. You can bring a soft sided cooler with frozen veggies to keep the food cold. The cooler may count as a personal item, but I'm not sure. I know that when you buy food in the airport and bring it in a bag onto the plane, that bag does not count toward your luggage allowance.
  5. justplaingoofy

    justplaingoofy DIS Veteran

    Aug 28, 2005
    i like to make up my own trail mix because I can "graze" on it for a while. In the past we have taken uncrustables from our freezer in the morning, but I try not to bring any items containing nuts because if someone on the plane has an allergy...that wouldn't be good.

    We have been on numerous flights where the gate agent makes an announcement prior to boarding to please refrain from opening/eating any items with nuts.

    We've also brought cold pizza in the past.

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