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    Carnival

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  1. Thank you everyone for your inputs. So, I ended up putting down the deposit for a 4 day, sailing Fantasy on July 31, 2020. I booked an oceanview cabin and the fare with fees and taxes was $2,018 and change. I'm excited about this cruise, as I mentioned it's for my anniversary and we are sailing without our 3 year old. Unless this cruise just blows me away, this could very well be our only Disney cruise. Time will tell. I am also interested in trying NCL and RCL, having only sailed Carnival, so that will also factor into my future cruising decisions on whether to book another Disney cruise in the future.
  2. From what i have found and what others have told me, definitely not. And the rates for 3rd and 4th passengers look to be a lot more than on other cruise lines. Granted, this is what I've found from doing mock bookings with DCL and other cruise lines.
  3. My family are frequent cruisers, having sailed (I believe) 17 times with Carnival. We are also frequent Disney World visitors. My wife and I have decided it's time to try DCL and expand our horizons. However, and I'm not surprised, the prices are just crazy, oftentimes double or triple what I can currently price out on Royal or Norwegian. Does anyone have any tips on scoring the best prices on a DCL cruise, whether that's booking certain number of days out, using certain promotions if DCL runs similar promos every year (similar to what Disney World does every year with free dining, etc.), or anything else? Just curious if I'm missing something. I'm presently looking at a surprise anniversary cruise for the wife and I next year on the Dream on August 31, 2020. I can get an oceanview guarantee for $2,033. Still a lot of money for a 4-day cruise. Thanks everyone! (And I understand that DCL is a huge step up from Carnival, and I realize the price differences are going to be there).
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