Split Stay, Renting Points, FastPasses

Laura's Dad

DIS Veteran
Joined
Apr 8, 2000
We currently have a bounceback package for 8 nights at PO-Riverside with the dining plan. We have the opportunity to rent points at the Beach Club Villas for the last 4 nights and would then change to first reservation to 4 nights. We would again use the dining plan at the Beach Club Villas. I understand that there would be two separate reservations. Would we be able to make FastPasses for our entire trip if we have the tickets linked in MDE? Any help would be appreciated.
 

Marionnette

Children see magic because they look for it
Joined
Sep 26, 2009
We currently have a bounceback package for 8 nights at PO-Riverside with the dining plan. We have the opportunity to rent points at the Beach Club Villas for the last 4 nights and would then change to first reservation to 4 nights. We would again use the dining plan at the Beach Club Villas. I understand that there would be two separate reservations. Would we be able to make FastPasses for our entire trip if we have the tickets linked in MDE? Any help would be appreciated.
As long as you have continuing reservations (check out from #1 and check into #2 are the same day), then you can book all of your FPs 60 days from the check in date for reservation #1
 
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Hopefully

DIS Veteran
Joined
Nov 3, 1999
Yes. You can for FP+, but not ADRs. ADRs are per reservation ( you will have 2 different ones. Split Stay is an Internet term). Are you sure you won’t lose your Bounceback offer? You may. Be sure before you try to “ drop days”. Disney now usually will only do that if your new dates are available to book. You would have to cancel the current reservation and then book a new one.
 

Laura's Dad

DIS Veteran
Joined
Apr 8, 2000
Yes. You can for FP+, but not ADRs. ADRs are per reservation ( you will have 2 different ones. Split Stay is an Internet term). Are you sure you won’t lose your Bounceback offer? You may. Be sure before you try to “ drop days”. Disney now usually will only do that if your new dates are available to book. You would have to cancel the current reservation and then book a new one.
That's what I am not sure about. I don't want to mess things up and will keep what we have.
 


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