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Question What can I book at 180 days?

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    Well, I am close to the 180 day mark at last! :happydance:It has been so long since our last visit that a lot of things have changed. Can anyone tell me what I can book / arrange at 180 days now?:computer:

    Thank you. :wiggle:
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    Very exciting! You'll definitely be able to book any dining reservations you'd like to have on property during your stay. Are you staying on or off property? If staying "on property" you'll be allowed to book 180 days in advance +10 - which can be really useful if there's some place you have your mind set on that's challenging to book. If you're staying offsite, you'll need to book each 180 day mark separately.
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    We're staying onsite, Becca, at SSR. So that means I could book this coming weekend then? :wavehands:
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    If you're 180 day mark is this weekend, then yes!! However, in looking at your countdown, it says 193 days - which would mean you're just shy of 2 weeks before you 180 day mark, unless I'm missing something (which is soooooooo possible!).
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    No, it's me.... I mis-interpreted the 180+10. You mean start at 180 and then 10 days from there, yes? :lol:
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    Yes!! Sorry, I didn't explain well, DOH!

    So, let's say your trip begins on November 1, 2014. That makes your 180 day mark May 5, 2014. IF you are staying onsite, you can book for November 1 plus 10 days forward on May 5, 2014. If you're NOT staying onsite, you must book for each day as the 180 mark becomes available.

    Does that make sense?
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    You explained it perfectly, I was just having a very blonde moment. ;)
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    HAHAHA, sometimes my fingers type WAY ahead of my brain ;)
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    Am I right in thinking that a lot of the WDW restaurants now need a credit card deposit at booking?
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    Yes, as of November 2013, I believe ALL table-service restaurants now require a credit card to guarantee the reservation.
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    All of the Table Service restaurants require a credit card for the reservation.
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    Thanks, Becca and Wendy. :)
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