90 day question

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  1. cranleys

    cranleys Mouseketeer

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    I am somewhat confused about the 90 day window. Someone told me that as a guest staying on property that we can make our ADRs at 90+10...in other words 10 days before the 90 day mark. But I am getting alot of conflicting information. Could someone clear this up for me?? Thanks.
     
  2. JLKennedy

    JLKennedy DIS Veteran

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    Here it is:

    You book all your adr's at day 90. You don't have to call back each day. So if you arrive on 9/25, the first day you can make your adr's is 6/27. But, you can make your adr's for the 26th, 27, 28, etc, instead of calling back daily.
     
  3. catne

    catne DIS Veteran

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    No, it's not 10 days before your 90 day mark...it has to do with how many reservations you can make in advance ON your 90 day mark As a Disney resort guest, you can call and make up to 10 days of reservations on your 90 day mark.

    So for example, if you are staying for a week, and your check-in day is 9/9/09 you could call today (6/11) and make dinner reservations for 9/9-9/15 all in one call.

    If you're not a Disney hotel guest, but staying for the same 9/9-9/15 then you have to call 90 days from each day, so on June 11 you would call for 9/9; on June 12 you could call for 9/10; on June 13 you could call for 9/11 and so on for each day you need.

    Clear as mud, right:lmao:
     
  4. disneyworldmomma

    disneyworldmomma planning for years to come.........

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    however you can only book ADRS for 10 days if your staying longer than 10 days you still have to call back ex. i'm staying Sept.13-25 so i will call on Jun.15th for ressies on Sept.13th-23rd but i have to call back June16th and 17th inorder to make ADR'S for Sept.24th and 25th:confused3
     

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