A Disney Cruise certainly isn’t cheap, especially compared with other cruise operators. But what about compared with other types of Disney vacations?
For many travelers, a Disney cruise actually comes out cheaper than a trip to Walt Disney World.
To better understand Disney Cruise Line versus Disney World costs, NerdWallet analyzed prices for two people sharing one room across three price tiers: Value, Moderate or Deluxe.
Disney World trip costs included four categories:
Park tickets (and add-ons, such as Genie+).
On-property hotel room rates.
Food at park restaurants.
Add-on activities, such as spa treatments and tours.
Cruise prices are mostly all-inclusive, so the analysis only included:
Base rates (including taxes and fees).
Here’s a closer look at the data on Disney Cruise Line versus Disney World costs.
Disney Cruise Line vs. Disney World: An overall cost comparison
While the data doesn’t definitively determine whether one is cheaper every time, there are some clear trends.
This article was written by Sally French and originally published on www.nerdwallet.com