Has anyone ever named their own price for a future cruise?

We pull the trigger on any given cruise based on our preferred itinerary, sometimes sale pricing influences our decisions. I'm wondering if anyone here has ever done this...

You are onboard a ship and go to the future cruise desk to talk about possibly booking a trip. The price is $10,000 (just a random figure).  Instead of paying that, you ask if you can get the same deal for $9000. 

What has been your experience?

Thanks!!

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No, I haven't tried that.

I don't have the resources for that, yet. My customers ask all the time for better discounts and pricing, so I guess I might try that one time.

You can get lower prices by turning down the free offers such as Free WiFi, open bar, etc.  Those aren't really free. They are add ons that you pay a little less for.  

We are not good at haggling for anything.  So no... but I do watch for bargains that match itineraries we like.

We are not good at haggling for anything.  So no... but I do watch for bargains that match itineraries we like.

When we are on the cruiseline.com cruise in Jan 2018, I wonder if Royal Caribbean will give me free cruise.. if I ask nicely..Wink

If I say please can I get a free one probably not, but I am curious do you get a better deal by booking on board ?????

No, but we watch for lower prices later.

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