Any one else get this code?


#1

I received an email the other day, it was kids under the age of 17 are free on a 7 day cruise, beginning June 6th. I’m gonna look into this and see what the cost woud be to cancel the first week at Disney and do the cruise instead!!


#2

What… why didn’t I get one! Their so freaking expensive… I would so book then!


#3

I would look into this also, but my oldest ds is 17, so the way I read it is that he wouldn’t get free. The kids grow up so fast!!!


#4

I was thinking of doing this as well but my 7 year old is still charged as an adult because its only going to be 2 of us.


#5

I just checked my offer again and it says,“kids 17 and under sail free”. Hopefully they will send you a pin code!!


#6

I actually just called the cruise line and the June 6th sailing from Port Canaveral to the Eastern Caribbean is $3500 for the 4 of us!! That is the inside category since it makes me nervous to have a balcony with the kids. I think that is a great price, but we are going to stick with our 2 weeks in WDW. Oh, and they never asked for a pin code or my name. They just said it was the kids sail free offer that they had!


#7

Thats a crazy price. I would definetly stay at WDW. It is so much cheaper than sailing.


#8

Do you think that is expensive? I do not know as I have not been on a cruise in 10 years and never with the kids…:laugh:


#9

When you compare it to say Carnival Cruise Line- it is VERY expensive!! I love Carnival and the fact that Disney Cruise prices are so much higher makes me love Carnival even more!


#10

Does Carvival have a lot of stuff for kids?


#11

I booked under this “kids sail free” code last week. The cost is $3500, compared to $6000 with no code for a July cruise. So it is definitely worth it. Now saying that, the people who booked 6-12 months in advance are probably paying the same price for locking in their rates early. But for those of us who are last minute, this is a great way to cruise during the summer without going broke!:laugh: