Package or separate? Which is cheaper now?

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  1. Pembo

    Pembo OH-IO

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    In the past I know it was always cheaper to book everything separate. But what about now? If you are not getting the dining why get the package? Just trying to figure this whole thing out..........
     
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  3. Harambe

    Harambe <font color=FF99FF>I better watch what I say, I CA

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    I'm with you. I still can't find all the information about the new packages including the dining, so I'm not comfortable making a decision. I always do things separately, so I'm going to continue that until I hear from the masses that the package with dining is the way to go!
     
  4. EEyorelover22

    EEyorelover22 I want to live in the Castle

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    I think doing it separate IF you have a discount on your room, is still cheaper from what I have read and what I have figured.
     
  5. thelittlemermaid

    thelittlemermaid <font color=purple>My life was forever changed whe

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    You might want to post this question on the Budget Board. aka-mad4themouse is very knowledgeable about stuff like this along with others on the budget board.
     
  6. bytheblood

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    I have called CRO and asked theis question to 3 different CMs. The price is the same both ways. Per all 3 CMs, it does not matter which way you figure it, it will come out to be the same price.

    So, I tried that theory. I asked one CM to quote me on a room-only reservation and then tickets. Then I asked another CM to quote me on a package, providing all of the same details, it came out to be the same both ways.

    And of course, a room code for a room-only reservation will make it much cheaper.

    Just wondering.....did the prices of the cruises drop any?
     
  7. kellycole

    kellycole Earning My Ears

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    Where do you get the codes? And can anyone use them?

    Thanks :D
     
  8. alyssa810

    alyssa810 <font color=purple>It's much more fun on the boat<

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    we're AP holders so we always get room only, and when we go about 3 times a year, it's cheaper than the packages. I helped a friend book a last minute trip in december, and we figured out that it was cheaper for her to get her tickets at the disney store, and then book a room only ressie...
     

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