2 rooms vs. 1 Pricing???

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  1. weich1001

    weich1001 Wendi

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    Family of 4..2 adults, 2 kids...if you do 2 connecting rooms...you pay as if all 4 are adults, right?
     
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  3. outahere

    outahere DIS Veteran

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    Correct.... the first two people in a cabin pay the adult fare, no matter how old they are. You must have one adult booked in each cabin.
     
  4. MassDisLovers

    MassDisLovers A dream is a wish your heart makes....

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    Yes, you do. The first 2 passengers in each room pay the full adult fare regardless of age.
     
  5. jel0511

    jel0511 DIS Veteran

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    We usually stay in cat 4's and paying two adults with two kids there, usually is MORE than a cat 6 with a cat 11 across the hall. We're doing the 6 and 11 (actually different cats now, but I don't know them as well as the old ones) for Alaska. We really wanted a balcony for Alaska and the cat 4 for all 4 of us, was 2k more than the 6/11 combo.......
     
  6. HallsofVA

    HallsofVA DIS Veteran

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    I've priced out some cruises where the difference between the adult and kids fare is slight, and others where it's a big difference. But the higher the category, the greater the difference.
     
  7. weich1001

    weich1001 Wendi

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    Got it. Thanks so much for the information! :)
     
  8. SoDakMinnie

    SoDakMinnie Mouseketeer

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    We have 2 teenagers, so we get 2 cabins (usually cat 11 or 12) so we have the 2 bathrooms. If your kids are younger, that may not be an issue, but for us it is a necessity!
     

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