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CastleLight
02-05-2007, 12:38 PM
Has anyone registered for the Disney honemoon registry yet? The site seems to be up, although the official start date was to be Feb. 14.

KellyJo18
02-05-2007, 12:48 PM
I tried to but the site seems to only let you sign up to receive an email when it is officially available. When I click on the links it doesn't load anything. Unless it is my computer acting up, I think they just have the site ready to go for when it does finally open for registration.

peel
02-05-2007, 03:31 PM
I just tried to register....it seems all of the pages are activated, but after I entered in my information it kept telling me I missed a required entry even though I hadn't. Maybe that's as far as they've gotten with uploading the site.

Yay, my first post!

orangetiggs
02-05-2007, 04:01 PM
I tried to click on the catalog but the page just does not load, I have registered my details but I have no email yet

Pax
02-06-2007, 04:45 PM
Even that's better than I get. On the front page it says I'm "cordially invited" to try the sample registry, but after I put in the required e-mail and name...it says thanks and then....then...

....

wait for it

....

...Nothing happens. Nada. Zip.

They obviously don't understand compulsive planners have needs.

Maybe someone else has some top secret link I don't?


Pax

korbbec
02-07-2007, 12:45 PM
Honeymoon registry?!? Since when? What is this? I have never heard of a honeymoon registry. Sounds a bit rediculous but that might be because I'm deciding in my head what it is. Can someone enlighten me please? Thanks.

peel
02-07-2007, 01:57 PM
I stumbled on a little blurb about it in one of the newsletters I get. It's not officially being launched until February 14, apparently, but for a while I was able to wander around the website and see what was offered. Now I only get the front page. Maybe you'll have more luck than me!

It seems people will be able to purchase credits toward many different experiences, whether it be for the hotel, dinners, or special events. The credits equal a certain amount of money, which differs from item to item.

Since I'm new, I can't post links, but I guess I can still say it this way:
disneyhoneymoonregistry dot com

Good luck!

Pax
02-07-2007, 07:15 PM
Hmmm...they must've opened the "sample registry" for a short time and then closed it right back down. S'why we just get the front page now.

I guess I missed the window.

Drat.

I wonder if the prices were the same if things were purchased through the registry or if Disney skims.

I wonder if "credits" are a flat rate, or if they vary by category.

I wonder if it will be a good way for me to pay for things in advance so as to avoid worry later.

I wonder if they'll let me in soon. Hehe.

Pax

Meyer1110
02-07-2007, 08:30 PM
I wish they had the honeymoon registry when I got married, it is a great idea! I also think Disney should have a registry for all of their home stuff that you find at the parks and downtown Disney! I would so have registered for all Disney appliances, towels, etc. if it was available!:thumbsup2

peel
02-08-2007, 12:55 PM
Pax, the only one of your questions I can answer is that the credits equaled different amounts of money depending on what the item was.
And Meyer, there was an option for Disney Dollars too, so items could be purchased using those. I guess it would be like having a gift card from a store.

kmab00
02-11-2007, 10:08 PM
Update:

I just submitted my official Disney World Honeymoon Registry today!! :) It let me do it!!!! :cool1:

peel
02-12-2007, 09:42 AM
Yay, me too!

I still can't figure out exactly how it works. If I've already booked my accommodations and reserved spots on tours, and the balance has to be paid in full over a month before the wedding, how can I ask that someone chip in money for the hotel as a gift when they probably wouldn't be accessing the registry that early?

peel
02-12-2007, 10:42 AM
Have you been able to add items to the registry? I signed up successfully, but I can't seem to add to it.