180 days - Can I book ADRs for whole trip at once?

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  1. Phibbles

    Phibbles DIS Veteran

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    I know I can book an ADR 180 days in advance. But can I book my whole trip at once or do I need to call each day to book the next?

    We will be at WDW (ASMu) from 8/24 - 8/30. So I know I can book our first ADR 180 days from 8/24 (2/26). Can I book ADRs for my entire trip on 2/26?

    Or do I need to call back each and every day to make the next reservation?

    Do resort guests get any special treatment? Please say yes.
     
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  3. Tricia1972

    Tricia1972 <font color=green>I love late night snacks<br><fon Moderator

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    Resort guests can book 180+10. Meaning if you're taking up to a 10 day vacation you can book your entire vacation at once! :thumbsup2
     
  4. rosiep

    rosiep <font color=deeppink>I don't drink, I try to conve

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    You can make ADR's starting on the 180th day out from your first day of arrival and then for up to 10 days worth of your stay so that you do not need to call everyday.
     
  5. Phibbles

    Phibbles DIS Veteran

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    thank you both.
     
  6. iluvdizknee

    iluvdizknee Live for my next trip to WDW

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    I just booked all my ADR got my trip in July. Made breakfast, lunch and dinner ressie, along with the POly Lua ressie on in one phone call.
    Now I really can't wait for the trip.:cheer2:
     
  7. luckytobeme88

    luckytobeme88 DIS Veteran

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    Technically all Disney resorts' guests can book their ADR's 180 days + 10; but if the restaurant where you'll be dining in are NOT Disney owned, the + 10 days does not apply to that restaurant. I found that out when I called WDW Dining 180 days out of our vacation date. But luckily I have a very nice CM on the line who told me exactly when to call back to complete my reservations.
     
  8. rebecca314

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    FYI ... I've never had trouble getting into CRT but we always go after we've been there a day or two. I have read stories of people getting up early and trying speed dial to get through ... but we've never had to worry about it since we do all ADRs before the exact 180 days. Make sense??
     
  9. JenSop

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    180 + 10 is good for MOST places. I was able to book my meals for all 10 days of my vacation EXCEPT Yak & Yeti - for that one I had to call back at the exact 180 day mark. I think there are a few others like that too.
     
  10. 123SA

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    We are staying for 11 nights -- so I can book the first 10 days at the 180 day mark. Do I call the next day for the 11 day or do I have to wait until 180 days from the 11 day of our trip?
     
  11. Tricia1972

    Tricia1972 <font color=green>I love late night snacks<br><fon Moderator

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    You can call the next day for your 11th day. We ran into that last year when we stayed for two weeks.





    Also, re CRT. If you can't get in on your 180+10, keep trying back until exactly 180 days out. I have heard that they release a few tables at a time until they release a bunch on the 180th day.
     
  12. mvav269

    mvav269 Mouseketeer

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    We're from Jersey too and will be staying at the Contemporary the same dates as you
    !:cool1: Have a great trip and GO GIANTS!:cheer2:
     

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