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Disney Cruise Line - Save Up To 25% On Select Cruises in Jan, March & April 2019

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i posted this 7 weeks ago and there are several sailings still available at a discounted price. There's a new March sailing added .

Disney Cruise Lines have several upcoming sailings reduced up to 25%.

Link To the Offer [go.com]

Sample Savings:
4-Night Bahamian sailing from Port Canaveral on January 14, 2019 - Save 25%
7-Night Southern Caribbean sailing from San Juan on January 27, 2019 - Save 20%
7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral on March 09, 2019 - Save 25%
7-Night Mexican Riviera Cruise from San Diego, California on April 21, 2019 - Save 20%

Valid for new bookings only
Full payment is required at the time of booking for all Guests and is non-refundable.
Full legal names of all Guests are required at time of booking and no name changes are allowed.
Specific stateroom will be assigned at a later time, based on availability.

Rate does not include gratuities or Port Adventures. The number of staterooms allocated for this offer is limited. This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. Rates in U.S. dollars. Offer subject to Disney Cruise Line Terms and Conditions.
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is this a good deal? for a family of 4 it's about $6.2K out of SD
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is this a good deal? for a family of 4 it's about $6.2K out of SD
The Disney "tax" on that cruise is about $2-3K. There's much better pricing for similar non-Disney cruises.
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is this a good deal? for a family of 4 it's about $6.2K out of SD
Compared to their current prices yes. Don't compare it to other lines. It will be the same as comparing WDW to Universal or Six Flags. Most would be cheaper but it's a completely different experience.

DCL prices have been going up so if you ever wanted to take one, do it sooner than later. Prices will continue to go up. Maybe they'll settle when the new ships are finished, but only Mickey knows...
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Compared to their current prices yes. Don't compare it to other lines. It will be the same as comparing WDW to Universal or Six Flags. Most would be cheaper but it's a completely different experience.

DCL prices have been going up so if you ever wanted to take one, do it sooner than later. Prices will continue to go up. Maybe they'll settle when the new ships are finished, but only Mickey knows...
I can second that this is NOT the same as a cruise.

You must compare this to a floating, all inclusive, personalized version of Disneyland. With that in mind, the prices are in line with the brand, but surely multiple times more than a carnival cruise.

Night and day experience.
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You can book disney cruises much cheaper through third party discount cruise sites and link them to your disney account. We have used cruisequick.com, lastminutecruises.com and americandiscountcruises.com with absolutely no problem and saved hundreds of dollars. We love these vacations with our young children. They take care of everything and their nursery is more affordable than a babysitter!
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How do these cruises rate for adults with no kids who happen to be Disney fans?
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Anyone book a DCL cruise through Costco?
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The Disney "tax" on that cruise is about $2-3K. There's much better pricing for similar non-Disney cruises.
There are no similar cruises.
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How do these cruises rate for adults with no kids who happen to be Disney fans?
It depends if you are still a child at heart and how fanatical you are about Disney.

If you are the type that goes to Disney Parks and want to stand in line to take character pictures all the time.... then the value of the cruise goes up for you.
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3/19 out of FL is a great price if you book a Guarantee veranda room. Tortola is not a common port of call. And it's stunning.

For all the haters and cheapskates, go on a Disney Cruise, then come back and discuss the "Disney Tax." If it's out of your budget, save up and see the previous sentence.
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The Disney "tax" on that cruise is about $2-3K. There's much better pricing for similar non-Disney cruises.
I was a non believer and sailed on many different cruise lines, until finally I took a Disney Cruise.

Disney Cruise will take a 3 year old into their Oceaneer's club for no extra fee.
Other Cruise lines won't accept 3 year olds or will charge you extra.

Then, at least, my kids would not leave the club on Disney Cruise.. which is great.. more alone time for me. Whereas on other cruises, they got bored of the kid's club.

The value of Disney Cruise is different for each individual/family. Higher the value in my opinion for those with smaller kids and are into Disney.
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Anyone book a DCL cruise through Costco?
I have booked DCL 3 times through Costco. Best way to do it. Same published rates as everyone else, can pick room through the website, but they will also give you a Costco gift card for booking through them. Usually shows up about a month after your return. Depending on the booking card can range between $250 and $600 (it will tell you the value on the Costco travel website). Granted you need to spend all that at Costco, but that's generally not a problem.
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