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Disney Cruise Line - Save 25% On Select Halloween On The High Seas 4-Night Cruise to Bahamas (Travel September 2020)

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Disney Cruise Line have 3 sailings to the Bahamas, including their private island, Castaway Cay, for 25% off prevailing rates as quoted on Disneycruise.com by booking Verandah Category with Restrictions (Category VGT). Verandahs have a balcony.

I've been on this themed cruise but for 7-nights. "Set your sights on the thrills and chills of Halloween with family-friendly treats, tricks and spooky surprises on board the ship—from elaborate décor to themed entertainment. Voyage to sun-kissed Nassau for a day of shopping, sightseeing or marine life encounters at the Atlantis resort. And drop anchor at our private island paradise, Disney Castaway Cay, where a barbecue lunch, beach games and Character experiences await."

Select Sailings:
  • 4-Night Halloween on the High Seas Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral on September 6, 2020 aboard the Disney Dream - $752 per person, based on double occupancy. Taxes, Fees, and Port Expenses of $76 per person not included.
  • 4-Night Halloween on the High Seas Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral on September 10, 2020 aboard the Disney Dream - $752 per person, based on double occupancy. Taxes, Fees, and Port Expenses of $76 per person not included.
  • 4-Night Halloween on the High Seas Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral on September 14, 2020 aboard the Disney Dream - $732 per person, based on double occupancy. Taxes, Fees, and Port Expenses of $76 per person not included.

To book this cruise, you may book directly on the Disney Cruise [go.com] website. You may also want to book with known and reputable travel professionals who have their own exclusive incentives for you, on top of these savings. Compare the incentives by using the same trip on Expedia [expedia.com], AAA Travel [aaa.com], Costco Travel or Travelocity [travelocity.com].

Important Details
  • 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.
  • Not combinable with Disney Vacation Club Points.
  • The number of staterooms allocated for this offer is limited.
  • This offer cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts.
  • Rates are in U.S. dollars.
  • Offer subject to Disney Cruise Line Terms and Conditions.


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What is their Covid policy?
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it will be halloween alright
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They should pay us to go on this floating deathtrap.
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We have been looking at a Princess cruise in December 2021, and their policy is full refund. Figure their would be vaccine by then. Shocked to see Disney up and running so quickly, and horrible refund policy. We know that the virus spreads quickly without social distancing and wearing masks, and no way can the buffet be open and safe. I'd bet they also make you sign a liability waiver for covid-19 as well. Shame on Disney! I get that they want money, but no way these cruise lines can keep us safe at this time. Unless...they make everyone inject lysol daily as per Trump Wink
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-•Full payment is required at the time of booking for all Guests and is non-refundable.

My advice is do your research before giving Walt an interest free loan. I'm already assuming my October cruise under another line (booked well before Covid-19 was known) will be cancelled or I'll have to sooner/will lose money by not making final payment. Already have a stupid HR dept that all-but-assures workers they will get a "bonus" 2 week unpaid vacation if they cruise in 2020.
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We have been looking at a Princess cruise in December 2021, and their policy is full refund. Figure their would be vaccine by then. Shocked to see Disney up and running so quickly, and horrible refund policy. We know that the virus spreads quickly without social distancing and wearing masks, and no way can the buffet be open and safe. I'd bet they also make you sign a liability waiver for covid-19 as well. Shame on Disney! I get that they want money, but no way these cruise lines can keep us safe at this time. Unless...they make everyone inject lysol daily as per Trump Wink
Why wouldn't they make you sign a waiver? Anyone getting on a ship obviously knows all the risks and are willing to take them. And believe me Disney won't be the only one. They all will, including princess. If someone wants to cruise, make sure they quarantine for two weeks after to be safe. I'm not gonna shame people who want to cruise though

That non refundable is a joke though, as is the full payment
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Already have a stupid HR dept that all-but-assures workers they will get a "bonus" 2 week unpaid vacation if they cruise in 2020.
Least of your worries - cruise ship with confirmed Covid cases will be refused disembarkation, leaving passengers stuck as sea until medical issues are resolved.

Wait for a vaccine.
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Least of your worries - cruise ship with confirmed Covid cases will be refused disembarkation, leaving passengers stuck as sea until medical issues are resolved.

Wait for a vaccine.
I don't think that'll happen any longer. At this point, it has spread. However, cram that many people in a small space and you're asking for it to spread like wildfire.

Great prices if you've already had Covid-19 though!
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Get stranded for months with strangers? I would rather sign up for Survivor for a chance to win a million dollars

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Least of your worries - cruise ship with confirmed Covid cases will be refused disembarkation, leaving passengers stuck as sea until medical issues are resolved.

Wait for a vaccine.
Actually with the CDC/Coast Guard now determining WHEN cruises resume, I'd assume they'll also coordinate Covid cases/death disembarkment once they happen on cruise ships. Worst case being trying to offload critical care patient once in a foreign port (there are morgue rooms onboard).

Hopefully the cost of such doesn't exceed the revenues brought to US-based economies by cruises.
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Be careful with any of these cruise lines until things go back to normal and cancellations stop. I had one of those myvegas points deals for a "Free" (not so free) cruise on NCL, March 15 out of NYC to Bahamas. It was booked at the end of December before it hit the fan. I purchased the usual insurance, port fees & taxes, admin fees, paid the gratuities, the drink gratuities, excursions and all the extras, so we would be carefree in March. They've always been refundable on cancellations no matter who cancels or when. You just lose the cruise base price. Fast forward to March and it's hitting the fan. I cancelled March 12, the day before the government forced them all to cancel. They refused my refund for those extras, but offered for me to transfer to a new cruise, any booking embarking by Sept. 30. I chose August (hurricane concerns). They popped me for another 300, (250 deposit to hold until everything came through on cancellation, and 50 to keep my balcony upgrade on new cruise)

And here we are again with another cancellation, expired free cruise and future cruise credit on those extras, we are now into them for $1700 and they refuse to refund what should have been done in the first place. So I did a charge back on Friday (first time ever), waiting for the temporary credit to hit my account and than let the fights begin.

I'm not saying all the companies will act like that, but buyer beware as they starting losing more money.
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