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Do rates go up if GT rates not offerred after PIF date?

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by nicbic97, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. nicbic97

    nicbic97 Member

    We are planning on taking a 4 day bahamian on the dream in may. I was going to wait and see if GT rates came out after the PIF date, but wasn't sure if this is the way to go? If the ship is pretty full, does the price go up after the paid in full date? I have been watching the cruise fare since 9/12 and it has not moved at all. I checked expedia and there are some categories with no staterooms available, but other categories with 5+ staterooms available. I'm not afraid we will not get a cabin at all, but I was hoping to maybe save some money. Just want to make sure it is not definite that we would lose money if we wait. I know it is a gamble that it could go up, but didn't know if rates always go up after the PIF if GT rates are not offered? Sorry for the ramble:lmao:
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  3. lbgraves

    lbgraves <font color=darkcoral>Little Cinderella's Mommy<br

    If it is a popular time, the rates will keep going up. They have on our spring break cruise and it is past the PIF date for everyone.
  4. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

    It is hard to predict. We've been on cruises where the rate didn't change from day 1 to the embarkation day and we've booked cruises where the price went up $800 in a matter of under an hour.

    If you have to stick to a certain date, you are probably best off booking as soon as your dates are secure. If you can be flexible, there's no harm in waiting.

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