In the coming months the Walt Disney World Resort is going to expand the mobile order service option to three more restaurants at their resort hotels including: Everything Pop (Disney’s Pop Century,) The Mara (Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge) and the Contempo Cafe (Disney’s Contemporary Resort.)
Currently, the only hotel restaurants you could use the mobile ordering service were at Centertown Market and the Spyglass Grill at Disney’s Caribbean Beach resort.
What is Mobile Order?
For those that are unfamiliar with mobile ordering, it’s a service where you can use your My Disney Experience App to order food ahead. This allows you to skip the order line and go directly to the pick-up area where you can get your food. Saving you time and the hassle of waiting in line to order. You can also use your Disney Dining Plan with this service as well and pick up at the same window!
If you will soon be staying at one of the hotels listed above, make sure to try out mobile ordering. It’s also available for many restaurants inside the parks and Disney Springs! Payment with your credit card is also available if you don’t have a dining plan.
My Disney Experience App
Remember if you are making your first trip, or you haven’t visited Walt Disney World in years, download the My Disney Experience App to your mobile device! It will make everything so much easier. You can schedule Fast Passes, unlock your room, view the bus wait times, mobile order food, find show times and more! (I highly recommend using it, just make sure you pull over to do so and pay attention and keep up in line so it doesn’t stop moving. People don’t like that.)
What do you think? Have you used Mobile Ordering? Did you like it? Have any tips?
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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