Disney hikes NCFs for cruises, drops air commission on tours
Disney Cruise Line on Aug. 18 is changing the structure of its non-commissionable fare (NCF), which will raise the amount of fare exempt from commission on most cruises.
Also starting Aug. 18, tour operator Adventures by Disney will no longer pay commission on the air portion of packages. It will continue to book air arrangements.
The new NCF system creates a sliding scale based on cruise length.
Currently, the NCF is a flat $20 per person, per day. Starting next week, the line will deduct $25 per person, per day on voyages of six days or less, and $30 per person, per day on trips between seven and 10 days.
Disney is leaving the amount at $20 for cruises of 11 days or more.
Also at Adventures by Disney, pre- and post-tour stays at non-Disney branded hotels will not be commissionable.
Disney said commissions will be paid on Disney resorts for pre- and post-tour stays related to itineraries in Southern California, China, England and France.