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SanDeeKath
01-16-2011, 03:24 PM
Hello,

We are sailing on the Wonder this weekend for a short Pacific Coastal Cruise to Nowhere. We are also booked on the Holiday cruise with the Wonder on Dec 18th, which is a very pricy cruise given that it's 8n and during Christmas.

I am wondering if we could get any discounts if we rebook with Disney either on board this weekend or after we get back from this cruise, when we will have become a returning passenger (we've never sailed Disney before).

Any suggestions on whether it's worth doing this? By the way, we have a suite on the December cruise, if that makes a difference.

Katherine

PrincessShmoo
01-16-2011, 03:28 PM
Hello,

We are sailing on the Wonder this weekend for a short Pacific Coastal Cruise to Nowhere. We are also booked on the Holiday cruise with the Wonder on Dec 18th, which is a very pricy cruise given that it's 8n and during Christmas.

I am wondering if we could get any discounts if we rebook with Disney either on board this weekend or after we get back from this cruise, when we will have become a returning passenger (we've never sailed Disney before).

Any suggestions on whether it's worth doing this? By the way, we have a suite on the December cruise, if that makes a difference.

Katherine

There are perks for booking your next cruise while onboard. After you're off the ship, you just book like everyone.

:cutie:

Mommb
01-16-2011, 03:32 PM
It is worth asking at the Future Cruise desk whether you could save money by rebooking. There will typically be a 10% discount and an onboard credit for the next cruise if you book onboard. However, I am not sure if the discount applies to suites, or if you can rebook without triggering cancellation penalties since suite deposits may be nonrefundable. It never hurts to ask, though. Good luck!