When will the ticket's arrive

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by themanfromtheseas, Mar 28, 2006.

  1. themanfromtheseas

    themanfromtheseas Earning My Ears

    Mar 28, 2006
    my cruise is 2 week's and 4 day's away when should i get my ticket's :guilty:
  2. captaincrash

    captaincrash <font color=darkorchid>!!!Surrender over yer LOOT!

    Feb 23, 2005
    Your TA will send you the docs eventually. :rolleyes:

    They probably had them in their office a week or month ago. But it's not too late to make them find them and over nite them to you. Otherwise you should be able to make the TA have the docs waiting at the pier for you. However, that is not very comforting.

    2 weeks is really plenty of time though. Getting the docs early allows you to complete the forms BEFORE you getto the terminal... and attach tags to your bags and all.

    You'll be fine.... go call your TA tomorrow and lean on them gently til a week passes. Then lean a little harder if yourdocs don't show up.

    I'm sure we must have lots of TAs mingling on the DIS so one of them will probably chime in with diplomatic word of wisdom for us. Me, I'm just a no nuttin' from the peanut gallery. My TA for our most recent sailing this past february messed up and did not send our docs until AFTER we sailed. Way ta' go, eh? We got on fine but were mildly miffed at thier lack of follow through in the wake of several calls from me. :confused3

  3. Verandah Man

    Verandah Man I DREAM of a FANTASY that's full of MAGIC & WONDER DIS Lifetime Sponsor

    Jan 24, 2003
    We got the docs just exactly two weeks before our last cruise.
  4. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

    Feb 25, 2003
    We have used three different TAs for our cruises...one local. We have NEVER gotten our docs before 10 days before the cruise date. We usually leave a few days before to go to WDW so that has been a week before we leave. At least now you can print them off from the DCL website. :)
  5. tvguy

    tvguy Question anything the facts don't support.

    Dec 15, 2003
    2 weeks to the day is the norm.

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