I know that you can get discounts if you book your next Disney cruise while still onboard your current cruise. My mom and I are planning our very first cruise for 2009. We’re doing a Land and Sea cruise next year and were curious about the way the “bounceback” offers work for the cruise line. If we enjoyed cruising (never cruised at all before) we might consider doing another one. Would the onboard “bounceback” offer only be for land and sea cruises or would we be able to book one of the 7 night cruises?
We actually cruised 2 years ago and purchased a bouncback cruise while on board. It was a great deal and included an onboard credit as well as a great price. They take a $250 per person deposit which they hold until your next cruise. We wanted to go again in 2 years and those were not released yet. So we booked one 1 year later and then moved the reservation after the new dates were released.
You can book any cruise. The incentives may be different, but you won’t be held to a land and sea.
I hope you love your first cruise.
You will have a fabulous time on your cruise and trust me when I say this.
You will be addicted to cruising. It is really wonderful. All the cruises that we have ever been on always do the bounceback offer.