How many people can you remove from an adr at check in?

So…I have a client that originally booked an adr for 7 bc local family was supposed to join them. They just told them today they aren’t coming.

So they still want to go, but they can’t find a new ADR for 2.

I know it’s a dick move, but can they just take all 5 people off the ADR when they do remote check in?

Yes, as long as one person shows up, there is no penalty.

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Naaaahhh, Disney should have made it easier to modify; this is on Disney IMHO

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All but one is the correct answer to avoid penalties.

And if there’s any guilt, remember that an ADR is not like a normal reservation at a restaurant where they may have a table setup and waiting for them. It’s just an agreement that when you show you get on the list type thing so dropping from 7 to 2 shouldn’t be that big a deal really for the Disney restaurant to adapt.

Think of it as providing an opportunity for a large walk-in group to get a table. So it’s for the greater good…

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What all of them say. You just need one to show up. I’ve done this when my kids fell asleep and my ex stayed with them while I went to dinner. I brought him back to go so don’t feel too bad for him plus he’s my ex for a reason. Lol

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