Quick and Safe: How to Use Mobile Order at Disney World

by | Aug 17, 2020 | WDW Blog, WDW Food

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Disney has had mobile ordering for a few years, but with Covid-19 precautions in place, it is the best way to get your food quickly and with as little contact as possible. Here’s how to use Mobile Order at Disney World.

1. Get the My Disney Experience App

Mobile Order is super simple and easy to do on the My Disney Experience app. It also makes your Quick-Service meal a little quicker, and you don’t have to wait in line.

Before your trip, download the Disney World app onto your phone—you’ll end up needing it for more than just your meals. It can store your tickets, Annual Passes, resort reservations, and more.

Download it here from the Apple Store or the Google Play Store. Open the app and log in to My Disney Experience.

2. Navigate To Mobile Order

Down in the bottom right corner, you’ll see three horizontal, stacked lines. Click on that, and you’ll move to a new screen.

This is the screen you should see!

my disney experience app

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Find the box where it says “Mobile Food Orders” and click on that. 

3. Select Your Destination and Time

The screen will say “My Orders.”

Here, either click the blue plus button in the top right corner or click the box that says “Create New Order.”

Next, you will be able to scroll through all the places available for Mobile Order and pick what time you want to get your food. 

select a location and time for food orders mobile order

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The locations are organized by park.

You can view it in a list view, or click on the small map icon in the bottom right corner to see a map view.

Find your desired Quick-Service location. Right below the location name, select what time frame you’d like to go pick up your food.

I picked Aloha Isle because it’s always time for a Dole Whip!

4. Select Your Meal or Snack

Look through the menu and pick out what you’d like.

It’s even organized so you can easily search through snacks, beverages, entrées, etc. 

mobile ordering at disney

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Once you pick out what you like, click on it and add it to your order!

5. Purchase

Click “View My Order” on the bottom, or on the little shopping bag up top.

Then scroll down and click “Review Order Summary.”

This will take you to a page where you can enter a promo code and then purchase your meal or snack.

You can use a credit card, Apple or Google Pay, gift card, Disney Rewards Redemption Card or even your Disney Dining Plan to pay!

paying for your mobile order

Image Courtesy of Disney

6. Pick Up And Enjoy!

Once the time frame you picked hits, you can go to the Quick-Service location and pick up your food.

When you’re in front of or near the location, you’ll be able to click a button that says “Prepare My Order.”

When the app tells you your food is ready, find the sign that says Mobile Order pick up on it and go there to retrieve your food!

Finally, enjoy your Dole Whip (that’s what you’re getting, right)?

Mobile Order at Disney is super easy and simple, plus it cuts down on person-to-person contact throughout your vacation. 

Be sure and try it out on your next Disney trip!

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Written by Leah Sikes

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Leah Sikes is a graphic designer and contributing writer for WDW Magazine and Dad's Guide to WDW. When she's lucky enough to visit the Happiest Place on Earth, you catch her hanging out with the 999 Happy Haunts. She also loves running in the parks (when it's allowed at the marathons).
Leah Sikes

Written by Leah Sikes

Leah Sikes is a graphic designer and contributing writer for WDW Magazine and Dad's Guide to WDW. When she's lucky enough to visit the Happiest Place on Earth, you catch her hanging out with the 999 Happy Haunts. She also loves running in the parks (when it's allowed at the marathons).