Disney looks into websites selling dining reservations to their theme park restaurants

Walt Disney World will begin looking into the restaurant reservations services that have begun popping up online and selling reservations to theme park guests. The DiS Dining Agent app reportedly makes reservations under false names for hard-to-get restaurants at Disney World and sells them to their customers for $15.

This is just the latest in sites that help guests access these hard to come by reservations. Disney Dining Buddy, Disney Dining Scout and WDW Table Finder all charge between $1-$8 to search for open reservation times. The users of these sites must then call and make their own reservations.

Disney spokeswoman Jacquee Wahler spoke with the Orlando Sentinel and said, “We are currently reviewing the situation involving third party website dining services. Disney has no affiliation with these third-party services which can interfere with the guest experience we strive to create.”

News source: Fox News



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