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Disney Cruise as Low as $216 Per Night (+ Free Autograph Book, Onboard Credit & More)

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It’s Time for a Disney Cruise!

For a limited time, hop on over to where you can score Disney 3-Night Bahamas Cruises for as low as $648 per person – that’s just $216/night!

Plus, if you book before June 1st, score a FREE Disney Autograph book and you’ll also score 10% off excursions and up to $500 to spend onboard! These cruises leave from Port of Miami or Port Canaveral in Florida and travel to Disney’s private island Castaway Cay and Nassau Bahamas.

What makes Disney Cruises so special and worth it?

Every aspect of the cruise has Disney magic added in such as your kiddo being referred to as Prince or Princess, special meet and greet events with characters and so much more!

They offer free entertainment such as nightly shows, a movie theater, swimming pools, splash areas and more! You’ll even be treated to fireworks (weather permitting) during their Pirate Night!

Plus, select cruises are available in November/December which makes them Very Merrytime Cruises! This means that the ship will be decorated for Christmas, characters will be dressed up in holiday attire and Santa may even make an appearance! What a great way to spend the holidays!

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Hip2Save readers and team members LOVE Disney Cruises:

I’ve been on 13 cruises. My two most expensive ones were to Alaska and a Disney Cruise. I am not going to lie. Disney Cruise is expensive. But it was worth every penny. The ship is out of this world, service like no other ship that I’ve been on, so many characters walking around the ship, the kids club is so ridiculous that your kids will not want to leave. It’s not only for kids, but there is also an adults only side where to your amazement you would not believe that you are on a ship with thousands on kids on it. You will not hear a peep. Also, on their private island, they have adults only side too. Fireworks at night! What? Yes, incredible. They even had a Pirates in the Carribean night when I went.

We’ve been taking Disney cruises since my daughter was barely one and I highly recommend them! You don’t face the crazy lines like in the parks to meet characters which gives you more one on one time with each one. Plus, there’s magic everywhere! From the themed dining rooms to the Broadway-style shows and kids clubs there’s something for everyone! Plus, visit Castaway Cay is an amazing experience by itself! The water is gorgeous, the whole island is clean and there are tons of things to do! I could go on and on about how much fun they are, and if you ask others I’m sure they would too!

Disney costs more because you get more, and you get better quality. The staff is better, the food is better, the rooms are nicer, the room layouts are better, the kid’s clubs are better, the entertainment is top notch, you get the “Wave” walkie-talkies, soda is included, etc. After Carnival, we went on Disney Wonder – one of their older ships. It was so nice that my Mom even said it was the best cruise she’d ever been on.

This is a great deal! I just wish it was longer! We did a 7 night with DCL last October, and it was wonderful. 3 nights won’t seem like enough in comparison!

Disney Cruise is truly the best for all ages! The service is top notch and it is truly magical for all ages. Their Broadway shows each night are family friendly and amazing. Dining is wonderful and you experience a rotating dining room schedule, unlike anything you will see on another line. Kids clubs are best at sea and adult only areas are plentiful; the private island is best I have been to. That being said, it is pricey. We have cruised many other lines too since affordability is a factor but Disney is our favorite. 

Join The Discussion

Comments 19

  1. Cate

    I love Disney cruises, they’re expensive but worth every penny 😊

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing, Cate! I’ve never been on one, but they sure sound amazing!

  2. Rosi

    I’ve never done a cruise, we’re Disney world annual passholders for years now. My quedtion is, Would it be worth it, to do this cruise? Or should we just travel elsewhere

    • Karley

      I did a 7 day cruise back in March. I would not do a cruise that is less than 5 days. 3 days would be too short!!

    • Erika

      DO IT! Just book one that is more than 3 days long. We did an 11 day and a 3 day. The 3 day was too short. Eleven days was perfect!

  3. Jennifer

    Three days is WAY too short!

  4. Nicole P!

    We do a Disney cruise every year. Worth every penny and we won’t do less than 7 nights. A good price/night/person is $150-$200 before additional discounts. You can find a GTY rate on their website, book through an agent for extra onboard credit, pay with a rewards credit card or use a cash back site. There are so many ways to lower the cost. Best vacations ever!

    • Tiffany_3d

      Can you please send me your agents and other advise like Cashback page ect. I was going to get a rewards credit card and book a Disney cruise to fullfill the required amt.

    • Cambria

      What is a GTY rate? We are interested in doing a Disney Cruise in the next few years but every time we look up pricing, they seem outrageous. You suggest booking through a Disney travel agent? Thanks for your tips!!

  5. Julie

    What is the best way to do a Disney cruise with a family of 6?

  6. anika

    Are these cruises all inclusive? Fee for shows etc or meals and drinks too?

    I suffer with major sea sickness is an exterior room a must?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Anika! Here is what I found in the details –
      “Your Disney Cruise Package Includes:
      Comfortable accommodations
      Ocean transportation
      Fabulous entertainment and daily activities
      On-board meals
      Some beverages
      Port charges
      Kids club
      It does not include travel protection, shore excursions, personal expenses, gratuities, specialty dining, wifi or alcoholic beverages.”

      Hope that helps!

      • Atank

        Thank you Amber

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          You’re welcome!

    • atm

      yes I’ve bern to many different cruise lines, including 5 Disney cruises and disney cruises are the best, the sodas are included, the kids clubs, entertainment (shows and movies) the only extra is gratuities, arcades games if u want to play and liquor. Their private island is great as well, imo is worth every penny, we usually sail on summer months when kids have vacation and a balcony costs us around $250/$300 per person per night. If you go on february or any other time of the year you can find it for 1/2 the price.

  7. KS

    I am a huge Disney fan, but I just can’t bring myself to pay $200-$300 per person PER NIGHT for a cruise when I can get a Carnival/RCL with better itineraries (IMO) for sometimes $50 per person per night. I think if you’ve never been on a cruise, maybe start with one of those to see if you like it before splurging on a Disney one. Some people love cruises, some hate them.

  8. Martha

    Has anyone done a cruise while being pregnant (currently 18 weeks) and what would be recommended to take on the cruise ?

    • Monica

      Keep in mind that if you’re currently pregnant most cruise lines will not let you board if you’re traveling past 24 to 25 weeks during your pregnancy.

  9. LD

    What’s there for adults to do? I’m so used to having a casino on the cruises.

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