Tasting Sampler returns to Disney's Animal Kingdom

Apr 08, 2019 in "Disney's Animal Kingdom"

Posted: Monday April 8, 2019 4:04pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Tasting Sampler that debuted last year at Disney's Animal Kingdom is back for Spring 2019, but requires a higher spend.

The offer last year got you $35 of food for $30, and preferred seating for one guest at the second showing of Rivers of Light.

For 2019 the deal is a bit more complicated. The sampler costs $50 and includes two digital value cards: one $50 card that can be used at over 40 outdoor food and beverage locations throughout the park (and does not expire), and a bonus $10 card that can be used at the following quick-service restaurants after 5pm from April 12-22, 2019: Restaurantosaurus (DinoLand U.S.A), Pizzafari and Pizzafari Family-Style Dining (Discovery Island), Flame Tree Barbecue (Discovery Island), and Satu’li Canteen (Pandora – The World of Avatar). At each of the outdoor food and beverage locations, you can use the $50 card to purchase anything on the menus

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Tasting Sampler can be purchased from today through April 22 2019 at noon and can be used at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park during regular operating hours. When you purchase the sampler, you’ll receive an email for each digital value card. Each email will have a barcode that can be added to your digital wallet on your mobile phone and scanned at most food and beverage locations throughout the park. For a full list of participating locations and menu offerings, visit any food and beverage location at the park. To purchase, visit Offers.Disney.com and use the code DAKDINEBONUS.

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RSoxNo1Apr 13, 2019

I don't think they should have gotten rid of those. So much of what Disney does is "safe". Take a look at all the great Sesame Street merchandise that's going over to Sea World for example, there's some stuff that's outside of Disney's comfort zone with some of their characters and offerings. I'm not advocating that I get to eat a zebra, but they can be a bit more exotic than they already are.

larryzApr 11, 2019

Got to be better than the "pooh bites" they were offering a few years ago...

RSoxNo1Apr 11, 2019

Reads the thread title, thinks, "I'll have a zebra, a giraffe and a kangaroo".

I am TimmyApr 09, 2019

I could easily make use of this if it were offered when I was actually going. Which never seems to happen. Dangit.

larryzApr 09, 2019

Seems to me it's more like a 20% discount with extreme restrictions rather than "something for free."

DisneyDebRobApr 08, 2019

Complicated yes. But when Disney offers something for free which this is, do it. Doesn’t happen often.