Special Offers on Disney Cruise Line Sailings as of 3/31/2014

There are a few new sailings this week including the addition of the second Alaskan sailing for Canadian Residents. There are three new sailings to choose from between the Disney Dream and Disney Magic for members of the US Military. Last, but not least Florida Residents have two new sailings to select aboard the Disney Magic in April.

Special Rates for U.S. Military Personnel

Special Rates for U.S. Military Personnel (MTO) are limited to 50 staterooms per category and sailing. Pricing varies, the lowest priced category per person per night listed below. New sailings added this week are in bold.

Disney Magic

3-Night Bahamian Cruise on Disney Magic Itinerary A from Port Canaveral, FL
Port Canaveral, FL • Nassau • Disney’s Castaway Cay

  • 4/4/2014 (9B @ $150), 4/11/2014 (10C @ $155)

4-Night Bahamian Cruise on Disney Magic – Itinerary B from Port Canaveral, FL
Port Canaveral, FL • Nassau • Disney’s Castaway Cay • At Sea

  • 4/7/2014 (10B @ $155)

Disney Dream

3-Night Bahamian Cruise on Disney Dream Itinerary A from Port Canaveral, FL
Port Canaveral, FL • Nassau • Disney’s Castaway Cay

  • 4/3/2014 (5A @ $175), 4/10/2014 (5A @ $175)

Special Rates for Florida Resident

Special Rates for Florida Residents (FLR) are limited to 50 staterooms per category and sailing. Pricing varies, the lowest priced category per person per night listed below. New sailings added this week are in bold.

Disney Magic

3-Night Bahamian Cruise on Disney Magic Itinerary A from Port Canaveral, FL
Port Canaveral, FL • Nassau • Disney’s Castaway Cay

  • 4/4/2014 (9B @ $150), 4/11/2014 (9B @ $165)

Disney Dream

3-Night Bahamian Cruise on Disney Dream Itinerary A from Port Canaveral, FL
Port Canaveral, FL • Nassau • Disney’s Castaway Cay

  • 4/3/2014 (5A @ $175), 4/10/2014 (5A @ $175)

Canadian Resident Rates

Special Rates for Canadian Residents are limited to 50 staterooms per category and sailing. Pricing varies, the lowest priced category per person per night listed below. New sailings added this week are in bold.  Proof of residency is required an you must use the special offer code CAN when booking.

Disney Wonder

7-Night Alaskan Cruise – Itinerary A from Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver, Canada • At Sea • Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska • Skagway, Alaska • Juneau, Alaska • Ketchikan, Alaska • At Sea

  • 6/2/2014 (11A @ $173.571428571429)

9-Night Alaskan Cruise Disney Wonder Itinerary A from Vancouver, Canada
Vancouver, Canada • At Sea • At Sea • Sitka, Alaska • Tracy Arm Fjord, Alaska • Skagway, Alaska • Juneau, Alaska • Ketchikan, Alaska • At Sea

  • 5/24/2014 (11B @ $148)

To view the Florida Resident, US Military, or Canadian Resident discounted fares, just enter promo codes FLRMTO, or CAN. If you are not sure how to search for a cruise using these special rate codes check out this video tutorial.  Please note, the offers listed are not to be taken as official quotes.  Prices and availability can change at any time without notice.  More importantly, the deals listed above are a snapshot in time based on DCL’s online cruise search tool.

9 thoughts on “Special Offers on Disney Cruise Line Sailings as of 3/31/2014

  1. Suzi Owen

    Wondering if there is a way to upgrade to a stateroom witha veranda, we have reservations for Disney Magic Cruise sailing out on April 7th, a 4 day, 3 night cruise?

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      You can always inquire about an upgrade with your travel agent, or if you booked directly you can call DCL. Additionally, you can ask during check in if any upgrades are available.

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  2. THOMAS KENT

    Are Florida Resident discounted fares good for more than one (1) stateroom, if the occupants of the other stateroom are not Florida residents? DCL website says …” Proof of Florida residency is required for at least one adult member on the reservation…”. The Help & Support section (FAQs) tells how to link multiple staterooms to a single reservation.

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  3. Jennifer Greeen

    Thomas, if you have a larger family that requires more than 1 stateroom to accommodate you then they will allow it with the connecting staterooms. Another family cannot book a stateroom with your residency rate however

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  4. Mystery

    Even when staterooms are linked each stateroom has their own reservation # so I would think the answer would be no, but I always call in to verify anything I am not 100% on. Make and hold the reservation so you don’t loose the availability and rate then call in and ask. Can you change up the room assisgnments “on paper” to show 1 FL resident in each room?

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  5. Cristy Greene (@cristy_greene)

    Thomas, since each room requires a separate reservation number you’ll need one adult per stateroom with valid ID. Unless, perhaps, that second stateroom is adjoining/connecting/nearby and only has minors in it. In that case they might be willing to work with you. In practice, we’ve split ourselves via reservation with another couple and simply gotten extra keys to open where we sleep. Hope that helps!

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    1. THOMAS KENT

      Cristy… thank you very much for your reply. I’d like to hear more about your practice of splitting your reservation with another couple. My brother & sister-in-law are Florida residents My wife & I are not. Does my bother reserve one stateroom with my wife listed as the second occupant, and then my sister-in-law reserves another (adjoining if possible) stateroom with me listed as her roommate? How deep does this paper trail go? How did you handle listing home addresses and showing photo I.D.? Did you use two separate credit cards, or only the Florida credit card and then settle later? I’m not trying to deceive DCL, but if there is a loophole that exists I’m going to jump through it with both feet. Feel free to respond to my email address thom_kent@prodigy.net if you think that this public forum is not appropriate.

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  6. Cristy Greene (@cristy_greene)

    We simply booked one of each FL couple with one of each of the other couple. As far as the ‘paper trail’ goes you can assign your normal credit cards during the online check-in process. No reason to settle up later. You will also need to go to the muster station assigned to your stateroom. If they are the same this is no big deal. If you get on the ship and it is different then you need to go to whatever it says on each key card. You will also have an extra blank key for one person to carry. These are easily requested at guest services. Your printed key will do everything else. Get you on and off the ship, have your payment attached, show your dining rotation. The blank will open the “correct” door. We did this for two full weeks and had no problems.

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    1. THOMAS KENT

      Thanx for the tips. The discounted rates for Florida residents are incredible! Too good of an opportunity not to try to take advantage of.

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