Disney Cruise Line has just extended their “Cruise Date Flexibility” offer, for new and existing reservations. They are now moving the cut off from August 31, 2020, two months further, to October 31, 2020.
To qualify for the “Cruise Date Flexibility Offer” you must have your cruise booked by October 31, 2020 and it must be a cruise that sets sails on or before May 31, 2021. Guests can change their sail date up to 15 days before it leaves without a fee with this “Cruise Date Flexibility” offer.
Here’s the information from the Disney Cruise Line Blog:
The new Cruise Date Flexibility terms are as follows:
- Offer is for new bookings made by October 31, 2020, and existing bookings (within departure date window)
- Applicable to cruises departing through May 31, 2021
- Guests can change their sail date up to 15 days prior to their cruise, for any cruise departing through May 31, 2022
- Guests who have booked before October 31, 2020 have the ability to change their sail date up to 15 days prior to embarkation.
- Guests scheduled to sail on or before May 31, 2021 may take advantage of this offer.
- Guests who wish to change their sail date must move to a future sailing that commences prior to May 31, 2022. Standard prevailing rates will apply.
- Guests cannot change their reservation back to the original sail date after taking advantage of this offer.
- Should you cancel your new sail date, any cancellation fees applicable to the original sail date will be deferred and applied as a minimum cancellation fee to the future sailing.
- Standard air cancellation fees apply for Guests who booked flights through Disney Cruise Line.
Keep this in mind if you have a cruise booked before May 31, 2021, or you were going to book a cruise that sails by May 31, 2021. You can contact Disney Cruise Lines or an authorized Disney Travel Agency for more information.
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Source: Disney Cruise Line Blog
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