Guests Offered 50% Discount To Move From The First Two Magic At Sea Bookings
This offer has expired. Original article is below.
For those of you booked on the 15th or 18th July Magic At Sea Disney Cruise sailings you will be receiving an email about the sailing being overbooked. However, there's no need to panic, I've been told it's only a "small number" of over-bookings made.
The reason is because many of the UK's COVID-19 restrictions were due to be lifted on June 21st, allowing cruises to have higher capacity than the current 1,000 (or 50%) cap. Those restrictions were extended until July 19th, which impacts the first two Magic At Sea cruises out of Liverpool. There are a "small" number of over-bookings on these two sailings due to the assumption that the restrictions would have been lifted before these sailings started.
Disney are offered a limited number of guests the opportunity to change their sail date and receive a 50% discount on the voyage fare of a future 2-, 3-, or 4-night Disney Cruise Line sailing taken on or before December 31, 2022. Guests can also cancel the cruise entirely and receive a full refund. The 50% discount on a future sailing can be used on a Magic At Sea sailing or there are also 3- or 4-night sailings out of Port Canaveral, Florida or Miami, Florida available. (Gratuities, Taxes, Fees, onboard experiences and Port Adventures are not eligible.)
Guests interested in selecting an alternate sail date, can contact us at 0800-171-2317 by July 6, 2021, to check that you are eligible for the offer. Any paid balance will be moved over to a new booking. The offer will expire when the amount of guests booked on the sailings goes back down to the government-imposed 1,000 maximum.
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