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Disney Cruise Lines - save 20% on select Very MerryTime Cruises departing/returning Galveston, Texas (December Sailing)

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Celebrate the holiday season at sea and save 20% on select Disney Cruise Line Very MerryTime Cruises departing from Galveston, Texas.

Your Disney Cruise Includes
  • Onboard accommodations
  • Broadway-caliber live shows
  • Themed deck parties
  • Fun-filled youth clubs
  • Adult-exclusive nightclubs and lounges
  • Wide variety of gourmet and casual dining
  • Disney Character experiences
  • And so much more!

7-Night Very MerryTime Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston [go.com]
Sail Date December 2, 2016
Ship Disney Wonder
Ports Galveston, Texas; Falmouth, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Cozumel, Mexico; Galveston, Texas
Rates from: $1889, two people, 1 stateroom

7-Night Very MerryTime Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston [go.com]
Sail Date December 16, 2016
Ship Disney Wonder
Ports Galveston, Texas; Cozumel, Mexico; Costa Maya, Mexico; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Galveston, Texas
Rates from: $2683, two people, 1 stateroom

Book using those links above or use those same sailing dates and check with Expedia [expedia.com], Priceline [priceline.com], Orbitz [orbitz.com] or even Sam's Club travel [samsclub.com] as each will have added incentive for booking with them.


personal experience: disney cruises are my #1 choice of vacations and yes, i've done it multiple times. the value for the money is worth it. don't knock it until you've been on one and once you go on a disney cruise, it's hard to go with a different cruise line Stick Out Tongue this is actually a decent deal (by Disney standards) because they rarely go discounted.

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I really want to go on a Disney Cruise..........

but damn, it's expensive !
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I really want to go on a Disney Cruise..........

but damn, it's expensive !
it's really worth it.

book two years out and put like $75-150 down (depending on party size). then use the total and make monthly payments of like $200 or whatever.

7 day disney cruises include character breakfasts, pirates in the caribbean fireworks in the ocean (turkey legs after), broadway caliber shows always rated #1 year after year, first run movies shown the same day it releases on land....and much more.
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I'm not seeing where this discount is applied? A month ago I looked into doing the December 2nd cruise and it's no different in price today than it was then.
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Absolutely worth it.
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it's really worth it.

book two years out and put like $75-150 down (depending on party size). then use the total and make monthly payments of like $200 or whatever.

7 day disney cruises include character breakfasts, pirates in the caribbean fireworks in the ocean (turkey legs after), broadway caliber shows always rated #1 year after year, first run movies shown the same day it releases on land....and much more.
Have you ever done a 3 day cruise? If so, what's the biggest differences other than less stops? I highly doubt my principal would be okay with me being gone for a week when he's not too hip on me being gone for a day at times...so the shorter one might be a better option for me.
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Have you ever done a 3 day cruise? If so, what's the biggest differences other than less stops? I highly doubt my principal would be okay with me being gone for a week when he's not too hip on me being gone for a day at times...so the shorter one might be a better option for me.
Actually, exactly last year today I was on a 3 day one from San Diego. It was one of those cruise to nowhere. It was just as fun. I thought they would "cheapen" it, they did not!
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Actually, exactly last year today I was on a 3 day one from San Diego. It was one of those cruise to nowhere. It was just as fun. I thought they would "cheapen" it, they did not!
Thanks. Was it a Disney cruise? I have $500 in gc saved up from the Target deal last year & was contemplating on a cruise or a park stay. I've been to Disney world, but don't remember much other than my mother getting sick with a rare disease from unpasteurized milk (courtesy of Winn Dixie...) & not getting to ride the teacups. Sadwalk Other than that, I've never been on a cruise before, so I figured it would be a fun trip for the boyfriend and I.
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Quote from serra View Post :
it's really worth it.

book two years out and put like $75-150 down (depending on party size). then use the total and make monthly payments of like $200 or whatever.

7 day disney cruises include character breakfasts, pirates in the caribbean fireworks in the ocean (turkey legs after), broadway caliber shows always rated #1 year after year, first run movies shown the same day it releases on land....and much more.
The 'lobster night' is epic! I think I did two tails last time Embarrassment Don't forget that these include soda at no additional cost

Remy is awesome too but not sure if they have it on the Wonder... I think the Wonder just has Palo, which we only ate at on the Fantasy.

I think on the 7 days they do Castaway Cay as well, if I'm not mistaken - though I don't see it listed on either of the itineraries above (maybe it's due to weather/conditions?). Castaway Cay is *awesome* - especially the adults-only beach Big Grin

Went on the Wonder back in 2011 (Mexican Riviera) and the Fantasy (Western Caribbean) in 2014.
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Last edited by jplee3 October 14, 2016 at 04:24 PM.
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Anything that sails out of the West Coast?
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Anything that sails out of the West Coast?
pastramiavocadoAnything that sails out of the West Coast?
‚ÄčNot during the December timeframe:
https://disneycruise.disney.go.co...ions/list/

Also a bit pricier
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This is good deal since the Wonder is currently undergoing refurbishments and will be completed by the end of November.
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Quote from serra View Post :
it's really worth it.

book two years out and put like $75-150 down (depending on party size). then use the total and make monthly payments of like $200 or whatever.

7 day disney cruises include character breakfasts, pirates in the caribbean fireworks in the ocean (turkey legs after), broadway caliber shows always rated #1 year after year, first run movies shown the same day it releases on land....and much more.
Thats why it cost 3x more. Yes it is pretty and high class. Even the swimming pool bottom have the logo of Mickey. I will get on one later.

I am getting on the Carnival Vista (launch May 2016, brand new ship) for Dec 24 cruise for $1009 Cove Balcony.

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Anything that sails out of the West Coast?
Anyone know why FL is the king for cruise ships and Caribbean have more than 50% of the cruise market?
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Last edited by chong67 October 14, 2016 at 05:55 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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Anyone know why FL is the king for cruise ships and Caribbean have more than 50% of the cruise market?
More ports to call, especially with all the islands within a day's reach. All the islands have built cruise terminals that are cruise friendly, unlike the west coast which the most popular run is north towards Alaska.

Leaving from FL gives everyone easy access to Mexico, Eastern and Western Caribbean. Plus, I think most of the population is on the eastern half of the US and there are 4 big airports in FL that are a direct flight from all major airlines. You've got TPA, MCO, FLL, PBI, and MIA.

I've got a handful of cruises under my belt and can't swallow the cost of a Disney cruise. For around $2.5K, I can get 7 days on NCL in a balcony family suite. Granted it's not the mouse but if I want a Disney experience, I'll probably go stay on property in FL. I've got a handful of 7 day passes I've been hoarding from the Orbitz deal many years ago Smilie
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