Disney Fantasy Exclusive Tiffany & Co. 2-Heart Necklace Available Via Pre-Order

Guests preparing for an upcoming cruise aboard the Disney Fantasy have the opportunity to pre-order the exclusive Tiffany & Co. 2-Heart Necklace featuring the Disney Cruise Line logo. The Disney Cruise Line exclusive piece is a sterling silver two-heart pendant on an 18″ chain retailing for $325.

Tiffany Co DCL 2 Heart Necklace 2018

Guests who pre-purchase the necklace will receive a card in their stateroom inviting them to pick up their necklace at Tiffany & Co. location onboard the Fantasy. The necklace has been available onboard for months, but @auburnrunnermom helped solve the mystery of the price and pointed me to the pre-order option after the necklace was featured in a Disney Parks Blog article.

To locate the pre order option for the Tiffany & Co. necklace, visit Disney Cruise Line’s In Room Gifts & Shopping page. Select Port Canaveral from the drop down and click go. Scroll down to the Spa & Merchandise Pre-purchase Options section.

Tiffany Co DCL 2 Heart Necklace PreOrder

If this necklace is something you want to pick up during your next cruise, I would consider pre-ordering in the event on hand inventory runs out during your sailing. To pre-order, you can call (800) 601-8455 or download and complete DCL’s gifts order form, and fax it to (407) 566-3760. All orders must be received no later than 3 days prior to sail date. Applicable sales tax will be added to all purchases.

At this time, the Tiffany & Co. 2-Heart Necklace is only available on the Disney Fantasy. Tiffany & Co. replaced the Vista Gallery space on deck 4 midship during the Disney Fantasy’s 2017 dry dock.

2 Replies to “Disney Fantasy Exclusive Tiffany & Co. 2-Heart Necklace Available Via Pre-Order”

  1. Mac

    When I went to preorder this it said it would be delivered to the stateroom on embarkation day. Is it only the card that is delivered or have they changed it to actually delivering the necklace. There is something special about getting it from the store, not just delivered.

    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      Mac, I believe it is just a card/invite instructing the recipient to come down to the shop to pick it up. However, I am not 100% sure considering there have been no passengers reporting back since early March.


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