How does the ADR 180 + 10 Rule work?

Next Spring will be our first time staying on-site and I’m a bit confused about how this affects the timing of our ADRs. Am I right in thinking that anyone can make dining reservations 180 days out? But only guests staying on-site can, on that day, book up to 10 days of their trip? Is that where the 190 day figure I sometimes see comes from?

And, if that is the case, does it make sense to try to get the most in-demand reservations for later in my trip, since only on-site guests will be able to make reservations that far out?

Thanks for any guidance!

Subtract 180 days from the first day of your trip to calculate the day you’ll be able to make ADRs. If your trip is 10 days or shorter, you’ll be able to make reservations for your entire trip. Dates later in your trip will have the most availability; similar logic can be applied for Fast Pass.

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