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  • Disneyland Resort Guest Info

    Just made dining reservations and Disney obviously had my name in the system because they asked if the phone number they had on file was current. The number they had was from about 3 years ago.

    How long/why would Disney keep this Dining info?

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    If you have a habit of making priority seating arrangements and then not showing up, maybe they can note that in the system and not take any more...

    Over the years, I have only had to cancel one PS arrangement, and I made sure to call and let them know.

    It's the right thing to do.

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      Re: Disneyland Resort Guest Info

      Originally posted by PirateMickey View Post
      If you have a habit of making priority seating arrangements and then not showing up, maybe they can note that in the system and not take any more...

      Over the years, I have only had to cancel one PS arrangement, and I made sure to call and let them know.

      It's the right thing to do.
      I've never done a no-show without calling either.

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        Re: Disneyland Resort Guest Info

        Oh...Sorry.

        After re-reading my post it might be taken as though I meant YOU, when I responded.

        Sorry, didn't mean to.

        I just meant you as in a general response to anyone.

        My sincere apology's.

        (though you can't see it, my face is beet red)
        Last edited by PirateMickey; 09-14-2006, 08:38 AM.

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