I saw this posted online . . . I know a few members were asking about it.
Just this past week Disney launched its new on-line Advance Dining Reservation system. The new system will allow guests visiting a Walt Disney World Resort to book their dining reservations on-line, up to 90 days in advance. The system allows those to search for restaurants by type, location and cuisine, giving them a glimpse of the restaurants before making their dining reservations.
[B][I]As with any new system, there are always glitches. Disney Vacation Club members get a 10 day advantage when making dining reservations, however, this new system is not allowing DVC members to book in those 10 days prior to the 90-day window for other Disney World guests. Disney is well aware of these issues and is currently working on solutions.
According to DVCNews.com, DVC spokesperson Diane Hancock had confirmed these issues and the company is working on resolving issues with the new system. For now, DVC members can call Member Services to take advantage of their 90 plus 10-day booking period for dining. Members can still utilize the on-line dining reservation system as long as they are making reservations within the normal 90-day booking period.
For more information about Disney’s Advance Dining Reservation system visit Disney World Restaurants | Walt Disney World Resort | Walt Disney World Resort or call 407.WDW.DINE.