A little rant about the 60 day window prejudice against DVC owners

Brian Noble

Gratefully in Recovery
Joined
Mar 23, 2004
Not true. Disney reservations and DVC both told me that a Disney reservation through Disney can have the reservations linked so its a continuous reservation.
Well, none of the people on the Dining board seem to think so--according to all of them, a split stay at different resorts can't be linked, but reservations might be made by hand. For example, see this thread from just last month.
https://www.disboards.com/threads/split-stay-and-dining-60-day-window.3904097/

Every instance of a thread containing the words "split stay" I looked at in that forum when I searched those terms just now says the same thing.

Edited to add: a split stay at the same resort and in the same category can be linked, but it's also possible to do that with DVC reservations. It's possible that's what the CM was talking about, but it also would not be the first time a CM on the phone was mistaken about something.
 
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Jun 24, 2020
I phoned Disney dining for my August 2022 reservation and they booked for me 60+10 when we had a split stay. I believe they transferred me to someone due to the split stay and they handled everything.
 

supersnoop

What time is the three o'clock parade?
Joined
Nov 13, 2013
Not true. Disney reservations and DVC both told me that a Disney reservation through Disney can have the reservations linked so its a continuous reservation.
I think they just gave you an excuse. Neither can be linked for ADR purposes. The folks on the phone can (apparently a recent change) book ADR's for the duration, but you have to get someone on the phone who knows how.
 










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