Here’s an up-to-date list of all Disney cruises with military discounts
It’s not easy to find Disney cruises with military discounts because they are only offered on a few sailings and only a select number of categories with a limited number of cabins.
Once those cabins are filled, the military discount is no longer offered.
So every day we go into Disney’s system and see if any new cruise dates have been added, and which ones have been taken away. Then we update this page accordingly.
We offer our own discount on all Disney cruises too. So, you can pick any Disney cruise to get our discount.
And if you can go on one of the cruises Disney is discounting, you’ll get BOTH DISCOUNTS (ours and Disney’s), for a whopping DOUBLE DISCOUNT ON YOUR DISNEY CRUISE.
You can book them right online, or Contact Us for assistance.
Click the links below to book the cruise you see, or get a cabin total for the number of people in your cabin or group.
If you have more than 4 or 5 people, you will need two cabins. Book one cabin at a time. Or, Contact Us for assistance.
Disney Wonder April 29 and May 6 from San Deigo to Mexico!
Disney Magic May 13 Transatlantic repositioning from Miami to Barcelona!
Who qualifies for Disney cruises with military discounts?
Disney is far more restrictive with their military rates than we are at Military Cruise Deals.
We’ll apply our military discount to all the cabins in your group, and to any veterans and their families. Disney does not do this.
The very special Disney cruises with military rates are available to all retired and active U.S. Military personnel (or spouse), including U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. National Guard, U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Department of Defense personnel.
This offer is limited to a maximum of one stateroom per military member (or spouse), per sailing. A U.S. Military service member (or spouse) is required to sail to take advantage of this offer.
Activated members (or spouse) of the U.S. National Guard or the U.S. Army Reserve must also show active duty orders (active duty papers must be dated as of January 1st of the previous year to qualify).
Active and retired members (or spouse) of the U.S. military must provide valid identification at time of check-in.