Buying Universal Meal Deals

One thing that is becoming more popular at the parks these days is the idea of a meal deal. This allows you to budget more accurately on your food bills during your visits to the park.

In November 2013, Universal dropped its original meal deal and replaced it with a second version of the Universal Dining Plan, similar to Disney’s Dining Plan. They also offer a character breakfast and a special evening dining experience.

Universal Studios Florida® operate two theme parks in Orlando, Universal Studios Florida and the new roller-coaster park, Islands of Adventure plus the music and entertainment venue, Universal CityWalk®.

If you do not want to buy a full-blown dining plan, then you can buy either:

Universal Orlando Meal Deals 2017 ticket prices

Prices do not include local taxes and tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Can be purchased online, at the gate or in the restaurant. Food cannot be shared.

All prices are subject to change and you should check with Universal Orlando for the latest prices.

One Day Coca-Cola Freestyle Souvenir Cup Drink Deal Ticket Adult Child
Unlimited Coca-Cola freestyle soft drinks at participating Dining Plan Locations. Includes souvenir cup to keep after your visit.
Additional days can be purchased for $8.99.
$13.99
plus tax
$13.99
plus tax
One Park One Day Character Breakfast Adult Child
Universal Superstars character breakfast buffet at Cafe La Bamba at Universal Studios Orlando. Held on Thursdays through Saturdays only from 9:00 am to 11:00 am.
Does not include theme park admission. Must telephone to confirm seating time and table.
$34.99
plus tax
$20.99
plus tax
Cinematic Spectacular Dining Experience Adult Child
Enjoy a meal at Lombard’s Seafood Grille with an exclusive viewing area for Universal’s Cinematic Spectacular - 100 Years of Movie Memories.
Does not include theme park admission. Must telephone to confirm seating time and table.
$44.99
plus tax
$16.99
plus tax

Universal Original Meal Deal

The original Universal Meal Deal basically allowed you to eat just about as much as you liked at one of the participating restaurants, for a fixed price but it was dropped in November 2013 in favour of the Universal Dining Plan - Quick Service.

With the Meal Deal you exchanged your meal deal ticket for a wristband at one of the participating restaurants and then you could get one entrée and one dessert each time you entered the service line.

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