4. Choose your dining reservations
Dining reservations can be made up to 180 days in advance and for many restaurants/experiences, you’ll want to adhere to this suggestion. Things like Be Our Guest, Cinderella’s Royal Table and Le Cellier get booked up rather quickly, so making a reservation is necessary. You can also make reservations for dinner shows, like Spirit of Aloha and Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue. These you pay in advance for, so reserving and paying will give you a better idea of what money you still need to bring and how much time you’ll have in the parks on those days.