giving away an ADR!?!?

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Missyma919, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. Missyma919

    Missyma919 Mouseketeer

    Jun 30, 2007
    How do you give an ADR to someone on DIS? I don't know if I need to call and change the name or just give them the ADR number and last name....
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  3. disneystick

    disneystick DIS Veteran

    Jul 3, 2006
    I would just call and give res. number and last name. Disney won't change the names on the res. They would cancel the res. and try to rebook it....
  4. dlstc

    dlstc Mouseketeer

    Feb 25, 2004
    I have done this twice. The DISer gave me their full name and phone number. I called WDW Dine and asked to change the name on the ADR, as I couldn't go but my friend could. They made the change without changing the ADR. The confirmation number remained the same. I then PM'd the confirmation number to the DISer.

  5. MScott1851

    MScott1851 <font color=font color=royalblue>Got a link for th

    Jun 7, 2002
    I've been wheeling and dealing on here a lot the last two years for ADR, and have done it both ways.

    Some people wanted me to call and change it to their name, others I just gave the ADR number and my last name to them, and they showed up in our place.

    I've not had a problem so far either way, it's whichever you prefer. I do have a 'right of first refusal' policy, though. If someone gives me an ADR and later I decide I can't use it or want to swap it, I usually PM the Diser who gave it to me first and make sure they don't want it back or need it to barter with.
  6. disneydreamgirl

    disneydreamgirl DIS Veteran

    Feb 1, 2008
    I did this just last night. I called and had them change the ressie that was given to me by a Diser to my name and I changed the ressie I gave away to another Diser to that person's name. The ADR # did not change. It was actually quite easy once the CM understood what I wanted. He works in hotel reservations and told me that sometimes the dining calls get routed over to them;

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