Price Alert

After reading something here i signed up to get price alerts for my cruise and today i got an email that the price went down so i called RCCL to see what could be done.

She was very nice and was going to see about an upgrade to the room but said that it was a sold out cruise. i asked her since it was a sold out cruise was there a way to get a credit for one of the packages (drink or dinning) and she said that they don't do that.

Is that true? i am fine with not getting anything but i just wanted to make sure that they really don't do that.

Tags: Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the seas

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There is no limit to how many price drops you can get. If the price drops before final payment, you get the lower rate. If it drops after final payment, you get on board credit. If your category is sold out, you won’t get a reduction because there’s nothing to compare it to. Even if my category sells out, I still check because people always cancel.

I don’t wait for alerts. I check my prices multiple times a week.

Where can you sign up to find out of price goes down. We leave Feb. 16

Check with your TA or the cruise line you booked with or do a mock booking.

Good point! The cruise lines like using OBC (kinda like play money) to sweeten deals and make you feel better. You just have to be polite in the negotiations.

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