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Does the disney.com ADR system recognize how long your room resv is or can you just make resv for the 10 days following your resort resv regardless of how long you are staying? I ask this because i read earlier how the system wasn't recognizing the DVC resv numbers and people were having difficulty making resv. I added on 1 night at Art of Animation before we move to our villa at BC and I was going to use that resv number to make my ADRs to avoid a glitch in making my ADRs
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The system will only allow you to make reservations for 180+10. So if you are staying for 12 days, you will have to wait until 180 for the last 2 days. So yes, you can use the first reservation number and make reservations for the first 10 days of your vacation. It will not make you stop at only one day because you only have one night of reservations. It doesn't recognize how long your stay is. Hope that helps!!