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GraffFam
10-20-2010, 02:23 PM
We are Silver CC members and have the Dream booked for Oct 2011 through AAA. We paid the $200pp deposit. Question, are the prices better on the ship? And if we book onboard for the same date, can the existing reservation be transferred and take advantage of the better deal, or do we have to book different stateroom and then cancel existing reservation?

adnil530
10-20-2010, 03:02 PM
We are Silver CC members and have the Dream booked for Oct 2011 through AAA. We paid the $200pp deposit. Question, are the prices better on the ship? And if we book onboard for the same date, can the existing reservation be transferred and take advantage of the better deal, or do we have to book different stateroom and then cancel existing reservation?

I was wondering the same thing, except I don't have a TA. I don't know if Disney will let you change the reservation. :confused3 Every time I have had a TA, all changes had to come through her. Someone up here will know.

We sail the week after you and it would be a good thing to change the ressie by applying a discount. I want to keep my rooms though. Of course this is provided the pricing doesn't go up 10% between now and then.:rotfl:

nemofans
10-20-2010, 03:51 PM
I have booked a 2012 cruise on the Dream & plan on pricing it out onboard when we cruise in a few months. If the price is better w/the disc than what I got, then I will book onboard & cancel my existing ressie for the Dream. I don't know about having the same stateroom. I guess you can check the price w/them & if it is better, then have them cancel your previous ressie & rebook w/the same stateroom. I don't care about getting the exact stateroom as long as it is fairly close to the one I have.