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  • On Mar 28, 2017
    Melissa from NC Asked

    Ok Disney 2017 guide states you can book you're dining at Day 190!  If staying on resort property, is this true for specific places or everywhere? Please help.

    Dear Melissa,

    Thanks so much for reaching out to us here at the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your terrific question about planning your Advanced Dining Reservations!

    I also love to be totally prepared when it comes to my Advanced Dining Reservations, as you may have guessed! The 190-day mark that you mention is described by Walt Disney World as "180 + 10," meaning that if you are staying at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel, you can book your Advanced Dining Reservations for your trip of up to ten days in length starting 180 days before your check-in day. If your trip is ten days or less, in other words, you can book all of your Advanced Dining Reservations on that 180-day mark!

    It's a great way that Walt Disney World Resort makes it easier for on-site guests to simplify their planning, and for me, it's a wonderful perk of staying on-site.

    Hope that helps with your magical planning!

    - Jan K. 
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Meet the Panelist: Jan, New Jersey

Hello there, Mouseketeers! I am a mother of three and live with my beautiful wife in New Jersey! I spent many years as a Registered Nurse in a pediatric intensive care unit, and I am now a professor of Nursing. I volunteer in my community and I enjoy taking my children here, there, and everywhere. I love to help my friends and family plan their Walt Disney World Resort vacations and I'm thrilled to be a Disney Parks Moms Panelist to do just that! Learn More About Jan

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