HELP! Charges for Dinner reservation?

Discussion in 'Budget Board' started by epraschil, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. epraschil

    epraschil Earning My Ears

    Jan 1, 2007
    I really don't want to call WDW again for the millionth time so I am hoping someone can help me. I made reservations for Hoop Dee Doo and they asked for a credit card to hold the reservation. They explained if I needed to cancel, to call within 48hrs. I explained I was on the dining plan and that we would be using our vouchers.

    Just received CC bill and they have charged my account. When we go, they will ccredit my account if we cancel or if we use vouchers, right?

    Also, my friend has a reservation at Cinderella's castle for 4 and has offered us two (her son and hubby don't want to go) They have charged her CC already but once we get there can I use my vouchers (she is not on the dining plan) and they credit her CC?

    HELP!!! So confusing!
  2. ziggystardust

    ziggystardust DIS Veteran

    May 11, 2004
    I was on the dining plan when I ate at CRT. They never charged my card- though they did take the number as a hold. As far as I know they're not supposed to charge you - but this was also a yr and 1/2 ago - maybe things have changed. Hopefully someone can give you a more recent answer.
  3. buzzandwoodysmom07

    buzzandwoodysmom07 Mouseketeer

    Mar 31, 2005
    We went to the Hoop De Doo last summer on the dining plan and the same thing happened. Call them back right away, they were NOT supposed to charge your card. It takes awhile to get the credit, but ours eventually was fixed.
  4. Dagny

    Dagny DIS Veteran

    Sep 17, 1999
    First, Disney should not have charged you for the Hoop Dee Doo. If you are on the dining plan, they should have only used it as a CC guarantee. If you do not show, they would charge you the penalty.

    The Cinderella's will be a little more tricky because technically the dining "vouchers" are non-transferrable. The best thing to do would be to transfer the reservation into YOUR name and then you would be able to "treat" them to breakfast. Keep in mind that your travel party has "to match". For example, if your travel party is 2 adults and 1 child, then you would NOT be able to charge 2 adults and 2 children. I hope that makes sense.

  5. ceecee

    ceecee DIS Veteran

    Apr 6, 2001
    They didn't charge any of ours, just took the number in case of a no show or late cancellation.

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