Is it really worth it to go on a Disney cruise? The truth is that you can go for much less in a Disney cruise or for any other cruise lines that you have in mind. In fact, you are guaranteed to save thousands on your every trip by learning secret cruise travel tips but I'll reserve that for later. You have to remember though that going on a Disney cruise is typically more expensive than others but it's well worth your money.
If this is your first time to go, you might want to try a three or four night cruise. Visit the Disney cruise website and start the pricing. There are some families who got some amazing deals in November and in February and the prices can be worthy of comparison to other cruises. The cost for a Disney cruise will vary on the time when you'll go and the kind of cabin that you want. Cruise travel sites like Expedia, Orbitz and Travelocity can give you the cost after you've picked a date and the cabin type that you want.
Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian are other cruise lines that cost about 30% less and are also family friendly. If you do not have children who are aged 12 years or younger, it might be a good idea to look for another cruise line. You can expect a budget of around $ 100 for every person per day in a typical 7 night cruise. This spending does not yet include shore excursions, souvenirs and alcohol. You might want to give your kids some spending money so they will not bug you all the time and you have to be prepared because their kiosk is right near the kiddie pool.
There's a family of 5 who got the category 4 cabin (with balcony) and they paid just around $ 2,000 for a 3 night cruise. They enjoyed it because everything was included and they only had to pay for other items like souvenirs, excursions and the gratuities. One very good tip is to book your cruise from other travel websites and not from Disney itself because they will charge you a lot more with the tickets.