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Thread: Disney dining booking window back down to 90days

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    Disney has officially changed it's dining policy regarding restaurant reservations. Instead of a 180 days, the booking window has been scaled back to 90 days as of Dec 23rd. This also applies to recreation and tour reservations as well. The only exception will be Cirque du Soleil which will continue to accept reservations up to 180 days in advance.

    Existing dining reservations are not impacted by this change, and those traveling on a 'Grand Gatherings' package will be able to book 180 days out.

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    Am I having deja vu or did I read this on here already posted by Johnie?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beccaberry, post: 87912
    Am I having deja vu or did I read this on here already posted by Johnie?
    deja vu, I havent read this in news, perhaps it was posted elsewhere. Either way, it's news!

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    This is good news . I rather have the 90 day window rather than 180 .

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    Yes, I posted this under dining on Christmas Day.












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    That's ok! It's news and important news at that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker, post: 87928
    This is good news . I rather have the 90 day window rather than 180 .
    I'm not sure. In a way 90 days means the park hours and events will be more available but on the other hand, I think people who were too lazy to book at 180 will probably be booking at 90day along with everyone else. Seems like it may get even more busy

    Let's hope the promised online system comes along soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith, post: 87993
    I'm not sure. In a way 90 days means the park hours and events will be more available but on the other hand, I think people who were too lazy to book at 180 will probably be booking at 90day along with everyone else. Seems like it may get even more busy

    Let's hope the promised online system comes along soon
    That's what i was worried about as well Keith - mind you I'm going to be there during free dining so it will be swamped anyway

    I was looking forward to having some 'disney magic' in February (I love ringing disney to book ADR's I know I am sad ) I suppose I have longer to plan now though.






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