1. wcw57

    wcw57 DIS Veteran

    Apr 1, 2009
    Has anyone ever done group rates on cruise?
    More importantly, have any of the meet groups done group rates on airlines? Is/was there substantial savings?

    Our cruise group, so far, is fairly densely populated over a small geographic area (we live fairly close by)...a group rate is VERY do-able......

    any input?

  2. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

    Dec 4, 2003
    DCL has a special desk that deal with groups. You or your TA can interface with this desk. Their definition of a group is a minimum of 8 cabins--it is based on number of cabins, not number of guests. The discount used to be $50...OK, I'm not sure if that was per cabin or per person. Bottom line, it isn't much of a discount. You also do not qualify for any other special deals like a Disney Visa OBC, Kids Free, military, FL resident, etc. if you use a group rate.

    I know nothing about group rates on airlines--sorry.
  3. Davids-Coco

    Davids-Coco <font color=green>Sometimes my inner monologue isn

    Apr 4, 2004
    The discount also does not apply toward any cabin that is a cat 1-3. I believe the room counts toward total though.

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