Have you ever had a great deal for or on a cruise?

We often find good deals while shopping for a cruise.  Sometime an unbeatable bargain while cruising.  So what has been your most unbeatable or unbelievable bargain?

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It's actually for my next cruise: Royal Caribbean's "Adventure Of The Seas".  We started with an inside cabin and for $40 more, we were offered the opportunity to upgrade to a cabin that overlooks the bough of the ship!

A couple of years ago my best friend was just surfing the internet and saw a pop up advertising a full Panana Canal cruise - over 2 weeks in total for $800 for 2 people in an OV room. She had a screenshot of the ad, and Celebrity Cruiseline honoured their typo. What a great deal she got!

My best deal was $179 S/B cruise on NCL’s Sun ocean view room.

 

 One of the best things that happened was several years ago we were sitting on the Golden Princess for a 3 Day Mexico cruise. We received an email saying our cruise fair would be refunded to us in future cruise credits. Then there was a list of the cruises they were offering the same deal on. So we were trying to get to elite status we booked the next 6 cruises that started on Monday. We racked up some credits and reached elite. Three months later we saw the 28 day Tahiti cruise dip below $2000. When I called to inquire how the future credits would work they advised me the cruise was covered but I had to pay the port taxes. $328 cruise! Haven’t seen that offer since.

Back when the Carnival Sunshine first debuted, there were reports of leaks, smells, crowds, etc.  Bookings were down.  I scored a Deck 8 forward balcony for around $1500 for the three of us for a 7 day cruise.  Ship was great and remains one of our favorites.

Loved AOTS!!  Don't miss the ice show.

For our next cruise on Anthem of the Seas we also booked an inside and because the price dropped at no charge we were able to upgrade to a cabin that overlooks the bough of the ship as well. And they let us keep our OBC as well. Love that deal.

Here's to hoping!!!

I am enjoying all of your stories!  Thanks for sharing!Big Smile

Our first cruise was on the Regal Empress (no longer in service) in 2002.  We paid $323 per person for a 7 day cruise from NY going up to Canada and back.  It was an amazing old ship.  Every morning they had fresh made donuts up by the pool deck.  I would go up and get two fresh out of the fryer for my wife and I.  It was a great cruise.

We got a 4 day cruise for 2, $398 total. Here on the west coast the port fees are the price for 1 cruiser ($150) and the cruise fare runs between $600-$900. We also got a 7 day cruise, buy one get one free. $798 total for 2. The travel agency went bankrupt the week after we returned from our cruise!

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