2020 Watch??

Dug720

DIS Veteran
Joined
Feb 16, 2012
I could go in and see them ONLY by signing in to my Castaway Club account on that page, then hovering over "Plan A Cruise" and clicking on "Find a Cruise".
 

soniam

Wooden leg named Smith...
Joined
Jun 22, 2012
So, reading through, it sounds like people were having a lot of problems yesterday. I am silver and booked about 6:30am CST yesterday online. I see some people couldn't book online because of messed up accounts or OBB. Were there other reasons people didn't book online? Plus, online seems to open up early. I think it actually opened up at 7am EST.
 
  • Auntof2

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Feb 22, 2012
    Would calling and explaining the issues help at all as far as being able to book on silver day? Wondering if something isn't connected properly in peoples accounts vs it being a general computer bug.
     

    DisneyKrayzie2

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Mar 6, 2019
    Would calling and explaining the issues help at all as far as being able to book on silver day? Wondering if something isn't connected properly in peoples accounts vs it being a general computer bug.
    I was beginning to think my issues where something like that, just something wrong in my account. But after several hours of logging in and out and refreshing it all of a sudden started working for me.
     

    goofynut41

    Disney Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 2, 2012
    So excited for my cruise, just a 3 day but all at castaway cay... Do you still need a passport for this?
     
  • LeslieG

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Feb 22, 2005
    I know it was mid May last year, so hoping for the same or earlier this year. I'm hoping for Hawaii in September.
     

    Firstof3

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Mar 14, 2018
    If I had to guess I would say either May 16th or May 23rd are the two most likely days we will see that last batch for 2020 go up.
     

    n2mm

    aka WALTSGIRL
    Joined
    Oct 9, 2000
    Last year I got an email from my TA on 5/17/18 saying the release would be the following week, so that would’ve been May 23rd (Monday)
     
  • tlynk

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Feb 15, 2005
    Curious if you are on board how does it work. Do you get a flyer to say on sale ?
    If the release happens mid-May through June I will be onboard and will have an OBB offer which mean I have to call vs book online. I hope we can book while onboard. My concern is the the line to talk to the DCL will be long. The price can go up by the hour.
     

    mama&me

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    May 17, 2017
    If the release happens mid-May through June I will be onboard and will have an OBB offer which mean I have to call vs book online. I hope we can book while onboard. My concern is the the line to talk to the DCL will be long. The price can go up by the hour.
    We will b on a cruise last week of May. Hoping to book onboard too. I think I remember reading that guests were able to book onboard when their castaway day opened.
     

    WanderingAlice

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Jan 25, 2019
    So excited for my cruise, just a 3 day but all at castaway cay... Do you still need a passport for this?
    You don’t really NEED one considering you’re not leaving the country. A stamped copy of a birth certificate will do. But for future travel endeavors and as an extra form of protection, I would recommend getting one (an actual book, not just the card). They last for 10 years, so it’s something you would not have to worry about for a while afterwards. I’m going on my first Disney cruise this year in 20 years, and my passport is expiring this month, so I went ahead and renewed mine just for the heck of it.
     

    ImprovGal

    <font color=green>No animals were harmed in the ma
    Joined
    Jun 12, 2004
    If the release happens mid-May through June I will be onboard and will have an OBB offer which mean I have to call vs book online. I hope we can book while onboard. My concern is the the line to talk to the DCL will be long. The price can go up by the hour.
    The onboard desk can book the new itineraries as they are available to you based on your castaway status, and apply the appropriate OBB benefits you would get by booking while currently on a sailing.

    If you have an additional OBB placeholder or reservation to switch that was originally made on a prior sailing, the desk agents can't help you and you would need to call those in.
     

    NancyIL

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 19, 1999
    You don’t really NEED one considering you’re not leaving the country. A stamped copy of a birth certificate will do. But for future travel endeavors and as an extra form of protection, I would recommend getting one (an actual book, not just the card). They last for 10 years, so it’s something you would not have to worry about for a while afterwards. I’m going on my first Disney cruise this year in 20 years, and my passport is expiring this month, so I went ahead and renewed mine just for the heck of it.
    Castaway Cay is in the Bahamas, so you are leaving the US. If you had to fly home from the Bahamas in an emergency - you'd probably need to have a passport to do so.
     

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