As you may know, we here at MouseMisers feel that one of the best ways to get a deal on a Disney Cruise is to book a new Disney Cruise while you are onboard. If you are on a Disney Cruise, there really isn’t any reason not to book another one, just in case. You can always move that reservation around and retain the discounts and credits after you get home.
Today, Disney Cruise Line announced changes to their onboard booking policy. Please be aware of them before you board so that you know what you qualify for:
- 10% off prevailing rates (as quoted on disneycruise.com)
- Up to US $200 onboard credit per stateroom (depends on length of cruise)
- Reduced deposit on sailings 7-nights or longer
With this change, those who book onboard must complete travel within 18 months in order to maintain these benefits. Guests who are unable to sail within this time period will have any current onboard booking benefits removed from their reservation. You can modify your sailing dates within this 18-month timeframe as long as these modifications are done outside of any applicable cancellation period.
This change will also apply to Disney Cruise Line Guests with an existing reservation made onboard; however, Guests with an existing reservation (made onboard prior to November 13, 2013) will have an additional six-month extension and will need to sail prior to Nov. 30, 2015 in order to keep their onboard booking benefits.
What do you think of this change?