Disney News Round-up: Disney Dine On the Go Debuts this Week, Florida Resident Deal Announced, and More

Happy Tuesday! We have another round-up of Disney news for you today, including news about the new one-day Disney Dining Plan being tested at the Magic Kingdom. And if you're a Florida resident you might want to hear about the new deal.

One-day Quick Service Dining Plan being tested at Magic KingdomOne-day Quick Service Dining Plan being tested at Magic Kingdom

If you're visiting the Magic Kingdom from January 12 through February 22, you can check out the new Disney Dine On the Go one-day dining plan. The price is $29 for adults and $12 for kids and the plan is good for one counter service lunch and one counter service dinner per guest.

Disney has announced that the 'Discovery Disney' ticket deal for Florida residents is back for 2017. The $139 ticket allows residents to visit three Walt Disney World theme parks. A fourth day can be added for $20. The tickets can be purchased through June 5 and must be used by June 9.

The Magic Kingdom's morning welcome show has been moved inside the theme park starting this week, and we're hearing that the security checkpoints have been updated at the park. Speaking of the new welcome show, you can check out a video of the show here.

What do you think about the new one-day Quick Service Dining Plan? Let us know in the comments.

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