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  • On Feb 24, 2015
    Dee from FL Asked

    Hello, My husband and I are looking into planning a Disney Cruise in Oct. 2015. Can anyone tell me how you go about paying for the Cruise? I understand that you can make payments? How much of a deposit do you have to put down? Thank You

    Ahoy, Dee!

    Isn't planning a Disney Cruise exciting?  There are so many things to learn, so I am very happy that you have found the Disney Parks Moms Panel to ask your questions!

    When you are booking your cruise, whether you do it directly on the Disney Cruise Line website, or through a travel agent, you will be required to pay a 20% deposit of your total cruise cost. This holds your reservation and locks in your rate. You can make payments up until the "Paid in Full" date, which is 75 days prior to your sail date.

    Once your cruise is paid in full, you can book your shore excursions. This is done on the Disney Cruise Line website, and will be charged to your stateroom once you are onboard the ship.

    I hope this helps with your cruise planning. Please let me know if you have further questions that arise.

    Happy Cruising, Tracy V.
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Meet the Panelist: Tracy, Illinois

“If you can dream it, you can do it” just about sums up my life. I am a mother of two amazing girls and wife to a fantastic man, all of whom support my passion for all things Disney. I am a thrill seeker, and have been fortunate enough to go parasailing high above the Disney Fantasy, zip-lining in St. Lucia, and swimming with stingrays in Grand Cayman – all while sailing the seas with Disney Cruise Line. I would love to help you plan your Disney Cruise Line vacation! Learn More About Tracy

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