question on reservation

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  1. moosecrouse

    moosecrouse Mouseketeer

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    On our last cruise myself and my mother each reserved a cabin for a future sailing to get the 10% dicount & obc. Due to recent developments we would only need one cabin. Was wondering if it would be possible to combine the two deposits into one cabin or if we are going to lose the deposit on one of the cabins. Only money paid so far is the deposits and not looking to sail till summer of '14. Thanks all
     
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  3. MAJPLO

    MAJPLO DIS Veteran

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    You won't lose the deposit for canceling one, but wouldn't it be better to move one of the deposits to a later reservation date? Then you would have the option for another cruise still with the perks of OBB and OBC. Just an idea....
     
  4. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    The above is a good idea. Either way, someone will need to be added to one of the reservations. If there is already another person booked in the room who needs to be switched out, then doing a name change will save you from being charged the current rate for the second person.
     
  5. Sir William

    Sir William DIS Veteran

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    This is what we did. Just kept moving the second booking until we were able to get on a cruise we wanted.
     
  6. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    Provided you have not entered the penalty period, you will not lose your deposit regardless of what you opt to do. You can move the deposit to the cruise you will be sailing or you can move the second reservation to a later date. Your choice,
     

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