Booking incentives for Disney cruise?

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  1. maggiew

    maggiew DIS Veteran

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    What is a typical booking incentive for a Disney cruise? I see on the Disney Visa website that they are giving $50 on board credit - but you must sail by Dec. 2004, we aren't going until June 2005.

    I was going to wait for a booking incentive, but they have the coveted "secret porthole" rooms available now for our cruise dates and I am afraid if I wait I may lose these.

    Any ideas? I have seen $200 booking credits in the past but I don't know if they are typical.

    Maggie
     
  2. ssatterly

    ssatterly DIS Veteran

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    What a sercet porthole cabin?
     
  3. DisneyBill

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    Staterooms with portholes that have a partially obstructed view, that are charged as an inside stateroom.

    Best advise for incentives is to book early, early. Use a discount TA such as All Seasons Travel. Then rebook onboard and transfer your ressie to All Seas.
     
  4. wintermom

    wintermom Mouseketeer

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    Dreams Unlimited offers rebates past 2004 cruises. It depends
    on how much you spend. They will give you a free quote.
    Wintermom
     

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