You know that scene in Toy Story 2 where Al is doing a commercial for Al’s Toy Barn where Al is sobbing hysterically because he lost the money he would have made selling Woody and friends to a foreign investor? I think he’s my alter ego at the moment after looking at the prices for 2019 cruises. I’m a big fan of cruising. Last year, because I worked three jobs, and my husband has an awesome-paying job, we took five cruises (three 3-nighters, a 5-nighter, and an 11-nighter). This year, we’ve only got one cruise planned, and looking at 2019, we may hold out for the hopes of a Florida resident rate. And yet, no matter how high the prices go, you’ll always find people (like myself) who are able to scrape together the nickels and dimes and eat instant ramen for months to make it happen. How much do those upcoming cruises cost? Prices certainly vary by itinerary, date, number of people, and stateroom category. If you’ve got a cruise booked (or are in the process of booking one for those summer 2019 dates), we’re curious how much sticker shock you were able to handle to book that cruise. This week, we’re asking:
If you have a Disney cruise booked or are planning to book one this year, how much have you spent/will you spend for that Disney cruise?
- $3,001-$6,500 (44%, 156 Votes)
- $6,501-$9,999 (25%, 87 Votes)
- $3,000 or less (17%, 61 Votes)
- $10,000 or more (14%, 51 Votes)
Total Voters: 355
The poll is open here and on Twitter. In the meantime, let us know in the comments what that next cruise is that you’ve got booked. Or, if you don’t have a cruise booked, what cruise would you love to take? For me, my wish list would include a Panama Canal crossing…how about you?