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When Your Walt Disney World Plans Need to Be Firm



By Dave Shute

OVERVIEW

Your plans should be firm–that is, you should be able to commit to all required Walt Disney World reservations–more than 180 days in advance of your arrival date.

If it’s already fewer than 180 days from your arrival date, see this.

WHY SO FAR AHEAD?

The specific driver of this timing is the need to make what Walt Disney World calls “Advance Dining Reservations.”

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