Disney World Dining E-Book

If you are looking for ways to stretch your money on Disney World dining, you have got to get the E-book, What We Ate With Mickey. Traveling to Disney with a family can be very expensive. Saving money on meals will leave more in the budget. The Kindle version of this book will teach you how.

Dana White, known as Nony (from a Slob Comes Clean), has written a fun, informational guide on using one of the Disney Dining plans. She is a second time visitor to Disney World and wrote this from that perspective. If you are a Disney Fanatic, like me, who visits the parks often, share the book with your friends who are newbies.

Disney World Dining

You’ll learn how to use your plan wisely and eat a variety of foods. With suggestions of places to eat and photos of food, you will gain the knowledge you need to be frugal and eat well. Disney World dining can be intimidating, but What We Ate With Mickey breaks it down in simple steps. As someone who visits Disney World on a regular basis, I even learned some great ideas.

Going through each park and the restaurants she chose to eat at, Nony lets you see exactly what is in store for you. Of course, you can choose other places to eat, but the photos help you see how the size of the portions and the quality of the food.  The snacks are some of my favorites. And who doesn’t want snacks at Disney?

You can purchase What We Ate With Mickey on Amazon for your Kindle for just 99 cents. For Prime Members it is free to borrow. And tomorrow, June 12, 2012 it is free for everyone! Remember to gift to your friends and family who need help with Disney World Dining.

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Comments

  1. I bet there’s some delicious recipes in there!!
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  2. I’m definitely going to need to check this out! We love Disney!

  3. This would have been AWESOME to have when we visited last year, especially since it was my food-allergic son’s first time EVER eating outside of our home!
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  4. This is wonderful! I think I’ll be grabbing that kindle version. Thanks!
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  5. In a theme park, this kind of information is especially welcome!
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  6. Wow this is a must have before we go to Disney!

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