Save Up to 20% Off Select Disney Cruises

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Disney Cruise ship on private island

Sail the seas on a discounted Disney Cruise

For a limited time, Disney Cruise Lines is offering up to 20% off select sailings – note that the discounts are reflected in the prices shown!

HIP TIP: You might be able to get a double dip discount by working with a Disney travel agent! You’ll still get the discounted rate and they might be able to give you onboard credits or other incentives.

play area at Castaway Cay

Disney Cruises are known for their larger-than-life entertainment, spacious accommodations, and amazing dining experiences. The free entertainment includes nightly shows and a movie theater, swimming pools, splash areas and more!

Choose from select 4 and 5 night Disney Cruises sailing from various ports including Florida and California. There’s even a Marvel Day at Sea Cruise included.

Marvel Day at Sea with super heroes

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

Mickey walking with family on beach

Never been on a Disney Cruise? Check out these reader comments…

We went on a Disney Cruise a few years ago and it was the best thing we ever did. My kids were 7 and 11 at the time and they absolutely loved it. Highly, highly recommend! We met many people that didn’t even have kids bc they said it is by far the best cruise line!


Going on our 3rd Disney Cruise this Fall!!! We absolutely LOVE them, even if you don’t have kids Disney Cruises are by far the best I’ve ever been on. I know they are pricier than others, but they are worth every penny! Also Pro Tip, you can pay for your whole cruise with discounted gift cards! Now go book yourself a cruise!!!


I’ve been on 13 cruises. I am not going to lie, the Disney Cruise is expensive, but it is worth every penny. The ship is out of this world with service like no other ship that I’ve been on. There are so many characters walking around the ship, and the kids club is so ridiculous that your kids will not want to leave. It’s not only for kids, there is an adults-only side where you would not believe that you are on a ship with thousands on kids on it. You cannot hear a peep! 


We just took our first Disney cruise this past November. It was fantastic! The kids club was the bomb! My son loved it! I don’t think I’ve had that much alone time in years. The spa was so relaxing – had a room with a balcony overlooking the ocean before my massage. The staff went out of their way to make our stay magical. Lines were not terrible for the characters. The island was a blast! There was so much going on that we had to choose between activities. We made a deposit for another cruise at the end of the trip. Best Trip Ever! 

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Comments 9

  1. Beth McMeekin

    PLEASE DO NOT TELL PEOPLE that agents might give onboard credit. We travel agents HATE when clients come fishing around agents to see who gives the most OBC. The truth is, that credit, if we choose to give it, comes straight out of our commission, which isn’t a lot to begin with. So please don’t ask us to give you a part of our paycheck just to win your business. Book with us because you want someone to work hard on your behalf, NOT because you want free stuff!!! We work hard and want loyal clients, not just clients who are looking for the biggest score!

    • bmcdonald06

      People should just book their cruise on the website. It’s super easy and straight forward, no agent needed.

    • rochellemcgee

      The customer isn’t responsible for your paycheck. If you don’t want the client, then simply tell the customer no or what you can offer instead and let the chips fall where they may. I would never pay more for a car or jewelry or whatever out of deference to the salesman’s commission – I work hard for my money, too.

  2. Kayla

    Disney discounts are rare! Thanks for the heads up!
    We’ve been on Disney, Carnival, and Royal Caribbean. Without a doubt, Disney was the best. It’s worth the extra money. Also, for some reason, it’s the only cruise line that we didn’t get motion sickness on! When we booked ours, we were able to save about $900 dollars more than the average person by booking ourselves and doing a little extra work. I wrote it all out here: https://www.familyandfi.com/how-you-could-save-900-more-on-your-disney-cruise/

    Also, if people are looking to save more – I’d suggest making your own souvenirs. Know what you want to make ahead of time! Every time we travel, we collect shells or other free trinkets and put them in an ornament with a photo from our trip. It makes for a great reminisce at Christmas time!

  3. moab

    Is a passport required?

    • Chelsey (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey Moab! If you’re a US resident and it’s a closed circuit cruise meaning you leave from and return to the US then you don’t have to have a passport, just a birth certificate and photo ID. However, if anything were to happen while you’re out of the US and didn’t make it back to the ship you may have problems getting back into the US without a passport so it’s highly recommended that you get one before you sail! Hope that helps!

  4. Chris

    If you are a Costco member and shop at Costco often, then one of the best ways to book a Disney cruise is through Costco. The pricing is the same as you would get through Disney (or any other travel agent) as the pricing is consistent. However, with Costco, you get roughly 8% back (it seems to vary slightly by cruise) in the form of a Costco cash card back after your cruise. The amount of the cash card is stated right on the booking. And you can easily check the pricing both on Disney and Costco to verify that the pricing is the same.

    Additionally, if you are an executive member, you’ll also get 2% back on most of the cruise price (taxes/fees excluded) at the end of the year as part of your annual spend award. For an expensive cruise, it is worth the price of the upgrade to executive just to get the 2% back.

  5. kimberlyb

    I disagree with the other travel agent who posted. I’d love to offer onboard credit as an incentive to earn your business and show you how easy booking through a travel agent can be. If you’re looking for a new travel agent, search Minnie Van Vacations Kimberly on FB or our website!!

  6. kassandra

    I will always use getawaytoday.com for all my travel and vacation needs. They are always willing to help you save and get the most out of your trip. They are travel agents but not your normal travel agents. They also price match. Love this company. They are currently celebrating 30 years of business.

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