Confirming ADR's???

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  1. MarkinNM

    MarkinNM NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!!

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    Anyone ever call back to confirm your ADR’s?? :confused3

    Just curious as in my paranoia has me wondering, it was 5:10am when I made them and my mind was still sleep……….:confused:
     
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  3. OKW Lover

    OKW Lover Retired and living 2 miles from The Castle. DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    Yes, some people do this. I've never seen the need for it and never had a problem.
     
  4. MarkinNM

    MarkinNM NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!!

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    Ok thanks, just it was 5AM and I cant read my own writing....:guilty:

    I cant tell if 2 of the #'s are 7 or 1................:rolleyes1
     
  5. xxliz28xx

    xxliz28xx Jersey girl by birth, Floridian by heart

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    I usually do because I'm a worrywart. I'm glad I did because I had the wrong confirmation number for one ressie. Not one number matched! No idea where that came from! :lmao:
     
  6. MarkinNM

    MarkinNM NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!!

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    That is the stage I am in as I was still asleep!!!

    When you called do you have to mention every res or just your name and they look it up??
     
  7. sohappy

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    i believe that you get a list of your ressies when you check in, with the reservation number. I have never had an issue and have never had to actually use the reservation number for anything. Not saying I won't be issues, I just haven't had it in the past.
     
  8. jdisnut

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    I usually call to confirm, not because I'm much of a worrywart, but it always seemed natural to me to check on reservations I made months ago, especially if there is no written confirmation. If you have the number given at the time you book, you should not have much of a problem at the podium.

    Before my trip in May, when the reservation computer system was acting funky, they lost two or three arrangements I had made. I would not have known if I hadn't called. That was likely a rogue circumstance because of the technical difficulties.
     
  9. OurDogCisco

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    Some believe the more times a CM accesses your account the greater the chance something will get moved, cancelled, changed, etc..

    I couldn't read some my writing either last time but I called back to make an activity reservation and that lady seemed to be knowledgeable and read back all of my dining reservations.

    I do not intend to call back until we arrive at the hotel and I'll get a print out of our reservation. I will say that we did have a mistake on our last reservation and I did call to confirm. The mistake was on a fantasmic package so, unfortunately, I could not correct the mistake.

    I kinda go with the flow now and what happens... happens but I visit WDW at least once every other year so, it isn't a huge deal to me.
     

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