Need Help with Snack Credits
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I also use Disney Guru's list of snack credits. It is accurate within the last 3 months and gives you an idea of what to look for. Menus do change from time to time.
$4 is the limit on snack credits but some allowed snacks do go over that limit.
I see snack credits as being a benefit if you are getting your money's worth
Savory snacks such as rice and soup are great fillers between meals.
Shared snacks such as popcorn are a great little filler.
Decadent treats such as milkshakes, floats, and pastries allow you to indulge. Ask for a cup so you can share the milkshake, for example.
Bring lots of baggies for sharing snacks in parks. At the end of the trip you can buy out of pocket a bucket of popcorn. Use the bucket for storing all the pastries you buy with left over treats. Popcorn can last nearly a week if kept in a plastic baggie that has most of the air removed. Sharing credits allows you to try a variety of snacks especially cupcakes and the Norwegian bakery. It is not a sin to buy a $1 item with a snack credit however I rather use that credit to get something for $3 or $4 such as a sundae.
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Ice cream scoops from the Plaza ice cream store, Dole Whips, and pastries from the Bakery in MK are good uses. I like the smoothies by Rock N Roller Coaster in DHS. I also have used them for glazed almonds, bags of dried pineapple, fruit/cheese snacks... There are so many choices.
As a family of four, We use our snack credits as add-ons.
We redeem 2 cs for breakfast and 2 for lunch.. At breakfast a snack credit will be a cinnamon roll , oatmeal or fruit cup.
At lunch we will add on a snack credit for xtra dessert or soup
Then as we wander the park we only redeem 2 snack credits.soft pretzels, ice cream or icees.
My kids are 12 and 6. We can usually share 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches. And each redeem a table service for dinner
We always have snack credits left over since you get so many desserts on the DDP. We use our remaining snack credits on the last day of our trip to buy fudge at the Main Street Confectionary to take home.