Was going to start using Cruisefish (should have started when I took a Carnival Cruise from L.A. to Sydney and they waived the 100% single supplement , found out from a lady at my dining table when she found out before the cruise began she got all the difference back in cruise credit and a check if she didn't use it up and I couldn't as didn't find out until after I got on the ship, FYI for anyone else that that they can do it, when you book under their price guarantee which I think is only when you book through Carnival directly and not a T.A. directly, their way I suppose of cutting T.A. out, sorry with my ADHD, I tend to digress a lot but this might help someone else ) but I was a little intimidated by how to use CF tool. Well after my inheritance I decided I am going to cruise WAAY more so I was going to join them but their price went up to from monitoring a cruise for 1 cent (which I thought it was) to 1 dollar a cruise (not much if you could save hundreds or in my case THOUSANDS of dollars) but as I was googling, wondering how I could be so off, I found a reddit post that stated that you don't pay ANYTHING to use cruiseline .com tool, (FREE is always better than cheap) so I went on your site, poked around until I found your tool, look MUCH simpler to use but when I tried to find both the Cunard and Cruises and Maritime world cruises they did did NOT show up, only Princess and Oceania, although I put the correct date in, so was wondering, does this site only monitor certain cruise lines price drops?
Frustrating trying to use your price drops tool..
I read it, twice, actually 3 times. The last time I was just looking for a period between sentences. Now my head hurts.
btw, I found one. After the word tool .
Yes, I realized that the post was long winded, but if a person cares to answer, sarcasm aside, I do state at the end, my question, does cruiseline only monitor the price drops of certain cruiselines? The preamble just told people the policy of Carnival whereby if the price drops and you catch it before you take the cruise, you can get cruise credit for it which I thought someone might find helpful, the poster is very fortunate she/he has so much time in his/her life to waste, to do something to speciously read something as long more than once just looking for the grammar, hopefully someone who works for this site can answer my question.
As far as I know, if you put your cruise into the price drop alert, regardless of the cruise line, you will be alerted to price changes. However, ultimately, it is your responsibility to check your cruise lines website, and your specific cruise, for any changes. For instance, Norwegian offers several specials, and my booked cruise is one that came up. Just by chance. My ta got the notice later that morning. We saved $200, and since then, the price has gone back up. Don't rely on a software program. Do the work yourself.
You may want to email Cruiseline with the ? regarding the lines they list at email@example.com
We booked our upcoming cruises while on our cruise last spring. I watch the Carnival website regularly plus have the price watch on here. So far both have been right showing my next cruises have gone up in price.
What are the ships and sail dates you're looking for?