Sail Away with Savings on Select 2020 Disney Cruise Line Vacations!

Feeling chilly? Dreaming of a tropical getaway? Disney wants to tempt you with some deep discounts on Disney Cruises!

Disney Wonder ©Disney

This week only, Disney is offering discounts on cruises to the Caribbean, the Bahamas, and more, with savings of up to 25%. We’ve got all the details (plus some caveats) below.

Before you pull out your credit card, let’s clarify a few important details.

All the Cruises take place in February, March, and April of 2020. The bulk of them are focused on February, which is a slow season for tourism. Not a huge deal, but be prepared to take those vacation days!

Next, prices are valid for new bookings only, must be paid at the time of booking, and are non-refundable. You also need to know the exact names of your entire party when you book your cruise.

Prices are also based on double occupancy and don’t include taxes and fees, so be aware that each stateroom will cost more than the listed per person price if you’re sailing solo. Disney says this about booking a Cruise Line cabin for one: “If you would like a stateroom just for one person, you will be charged the same total package price as 2 Guests staying in the same stateroom.”

©Disney Magic

Finally, you don’t get to pick your stateroom. They’re assigned based on availability at a later date, though you are guaranteed the category you paid for.

Despite the caveats, these are still some amazing offers. The most impressive deals are on 7-Night Caribbean Cruises on the Disney Fantasy. Split into back to back Eastern and Western voyages, both cruises feature stops at Disney’s Castaway Cay and a Star Wars Day at Sea. You’re also guaranteed a spacious Verandah room for the price. These cruises depart from Port Canaveral in February, just an hour from Walt Disney World.

Star Wars at Sea

Other options include trips to Vancouver and Nassau, with prices ranging from $864 to $1960 per person. If you’re looking for a vacation of a lifetime (or a mind-blowing stocking stuffer), this might be the perfect time to book your trip! You can find all the details at the official website.

Tell us what you think about these deals in the comments! Will you take a Disney Cruise in 2020?

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Austin Lang is an Orlando local with a love of Disney, puns, and Disney puns. He's been a contributing writer for AllEars since 2019, and has been sharing his quirky view of Disney life ever since.

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