Here’s how we think the new temporary ADR policy will work

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Here’s how we think this new temporary ADR policy is going to work:

On July 29, you’ll be able to make ADRs 180 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
On July 30, you’ll be able to make ADRs 179 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
On July 31, you’ll be able to make ADRs 178 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
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On August 18, you’ll be able to make ADRs 160 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
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On September 17, you’ll be able to make ADRs up to 130 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
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On October 22, you’ll be able to make ADRs up to 95 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
On October 23, you’ll be able to make ADRs up to 94 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
On October 24, you’ll be able to make ADRs up to 93 days in advance, for dates up to January 25, 2009.
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On October 25, you’ll be able to make ADRs up to 180 days in advance, for dates up to April 22, 2009

Note that Victoria and Albert’s, Cinderella’s Royal Table and Chef Mickey’s will not be affected by this change, and you’ll still be able to book using the normal windows.

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