booking on board, can I.....?

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by hopelea, Feb 6, 2005.

  1. hopelea

    hopelea I love everything DISNEY!!

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    Okay, I would love to rebook while on board. I want to cruise again in 2007. But, I don't think I can come up with the deposit for four people. Can I book a room that will sleep four but only book one person right now and then add the others in a few months??? Has anyone ever done this??

    Thanks, Hope :wave2:
     
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  3. TooPure4u

    TooPure4u DIS Veteran

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    I booked a room that sleeps 3 for September 06 but have no clue if I am going alone or with 3. My son will be 19 by then and who knows...I may have met the man of my dreams by then and would take him lol. But, I put down enough deposit for me only in a cat 7, $250.00. The only thing I lose by doing this is the 10% discount for whoever I add. The 200.00 shipboard credit is per stateroom, not per person. HTH

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  4. dzneprincess

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    It is my understanding that you also lose out on EBS. And when you do add people to your ressie they will have to pay the going rate at the time you add them.
     
  5. TooPure4u

    TooPure4u DIS Veteran

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    Yes the new people added are not locked into the promotion but how bad can a price for the same date actually change? Besides....I wont be paying it lol......If I change the date then yes they have to pay the going rate then as well.
     
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    I am sure it doesnt happen often, but the price for my may 27th 2006 cruise (over a year away) has already jumped by leaps and bounds since I booked. Of course, I booked the day the rates were released.
     

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