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Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party Now Booking 180 Days Out, and Other Changes

By Dave Shute

Wishes at the Magic Kingdom from yourfirstvisit.netCrack commenter DisneyDiningAgent just reported here three changes to the Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party:

  • The booking window for the Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party now goes out 180 days
  • The cancellation policy is now five days
  • The name on the reservation needs to match the credit card, and be the same as one of the people who shows at the party.

I’m not that keen on this party for first-time visitors–the site is too off-center.  But those interested in it and used to the old, much shorter booking window may be glad to hear that they can now book the Tomorrowland Terrace Fireworks Dessert Party 180 days ahead!

This was officially confirmed on 10/2!

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1 DisneyDiningAgent { 10.02.13 at 10:44 am }

Disney has confirmed this officially:

They will be accepting reservations 180 day out (Plus an additional 10 days out for resort guests).

2 Dave { 10.03.13 at 7:48 am }


3 Kathleen { 10.03.13 at 12:36 pm }

We have a daughter who is deathly afraid of fireworks and the semi-enclosed area made her more comfortable and able to enjoy the show. It was also very nice to be able to take it all in over a cup of coffee and some of the best desserts I have ever had! 🙂

4 Dave { 10.04.13 at 11:59 am }

Great points, Kathleen!

5 Stephanie { 10.24.13 at 10:21 pm }

OK – we’re booked for early May. I went to make online dinner reservations, and it’s blocked out and only can book towards the end of April. I though i could book earlier (190 days out) since we’re staying on property. I’m confused!

6 Dave { 10.25.13 at 12:40 pm }

Stephanie you can only begin to book 180 days out from your arrival date, but once you start, you can then book the next ten days. So it’s more like 180+10–it’s not 190…

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