$1 charge after making an ADR

prplcrzy

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I just made 2 ADR reservations on 1/12 for July and I think they charged my cc $1 for each one I made. My dh was going through our cc bill earlier and said there are two charges for $1 each, showing "WDP&R room internet". Has anyone seen this before?

Thanks!

Nancy
 

TDC Nala

1937, what a year that was
Joined
Jun 22, 2001
Yes. It is done to make sure the card is valid. The $1 will be credited back.
 

starry_solo

DIS Veteran
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Nov 19, 2010
It will actually disappear when the bill shows up in the mail. Disney charges the dollar if you buy on their online store too. It's a holding charge to validate your credit card but when the bill comes in the mail it won't be there
 
  • prplcrzy

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    OK, thanks for the quick replies!

    Nancy
     

    karensi

    My Family and Disney are my two favorite things!
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    That's why I love Disboards!
    It has all the answers we need! :disrocks:
    Perfect! That's why I LOVE Disboards too.
    I just noticed a $1.00 charge on my AmEx and googled WDP&R Room internet, 200 Celebration Place (which is what the description of the charge said) and this post came up. Now I have to go back to AmEx and take the "dispute this charge" off my card.
    Thank you DisBoard friends :flower3:
     

    DisneyPeachNJ

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    Dec 10, 2013
    This didn't happen for this trip- using a Visa to book dining reservations. Last year, I had problems with Amex removing the $1 charges for some reason. It took a few calls to get it corrected.
     
  • supersnoop

    What time is the three o'clock parade?
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    Nov 13, 2013
    Just to be clear, it's a $1 authorization, not a charge. It's just a hold on the account and will fall off a few days later.
     

    karensi

    My Family and Disney are my two favorite things!
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    Jan 28, 2000
    I'd also like to just say that I've made loads of ADR's and this is the first time (well that I can recall) that I've gotten this charge. Is it just a random occurrence that you would incur this charge?

    Thanks again,

    Karen
     

    DisneyPrince1982

    DIS Veteran
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    Jul 17, 2015
    One little trick. Once the charge is credited back by Disney, if you're not sure if you will make the ADR and don't want to be charged, you can actually just cancel the card. Disney will still think it's valid but won't be able to charge you anymore.
     
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