View Full Version : Why can't you reserve until 75 days out?
04-08-2007, 05:51 PM
Why can't you make reservations until 75 days out and paid in full, when at WDW you can make them 60, 90, or 120 days out regardless of your balance? :confused:
04-08-2007, 06:28 PM
Those are just the rules of the Disney Cruise Line- this is not WDW or Disneyland (which has yet another set of rules).
Returning Cruisers can make their reservations further in advance (105 days??) but everyone else is making theirs at 75 days.
04-08-2007, 07:15 PM
I think because pre-booking of excursions, dining and other things is considered a benefit. In order to receive this benefit, your balance must be paid in full. You can pay your balance off later and take a chance that certain excursions or whatever aren't filled up.
Reservations at a Disney restaurant or tour, are open to anyone, regardless of whether or not they are staying on site. Advance reservations is simply a service they provide.
The breakdown is 105 days for suite guests, 90 days for returning cruisers and 75 days for new cruisers. All levels must be paid in full.
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