Disney Cruise Line sailings available in agent incentive

Disney Cruise Line is giving agents the opportunity to win sailings in its latest competition.

The line said the contest has been designed to incentivise the trade ahead of Disney Fantasy’s first Europe season in summer 2025, which will include some departures from Southampton, and will educate agents while they play.

Disney Cruise Line said the competition, which is available on the line’s Magic Ahoy! app, is inspired by the stage show onboard Disney Fantasy, Aladdin, and will involve a series of games where agents can earn Mickey Stamps.


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The competition will involve 20 challenges and one quiz. From May 21, agents can complete a module to learn about Disney Fantasy. Then, from May 28 – June 6, agents can participate in daily challenges including riddles, multiple choice questions and social media tasks to collect Mickey Stamps.

The final quiz will take place from June 7-8 and will test agents on how well they know Disney Fantasy.

Extra Mickey Stamps can be earned by securing bookings scheduled to depart between May 17, 2025, and September 30, 2025.

Prizes include a Caribbean cruise on Disney Treasure in December, a European cruise on Disney Fantasy in August 2025, and a £250 Vex voucher, which can be redeemed at a range of high street shops and restaurants.

Additionally, the top 15 players at the end of the competition will qualify for a prize, the line said.

Disney Cruise Line will announce the top 15 winners on its agent Facebook page on June 19.

“We can’t wait to see the reaction to this competition,” said Torey Kings-Hodkin, trade sales and marketing director for Disney Destinations International.

“Ultimately, we want our trade partners to feel excited and incentivised by the summer 2025 Disney Fantasy sailings and this is a new way to engage with agents, help educate about the new offering and our wider Disney Cruise Line portfolio and be in with a chance to win an incredible prize too.”

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