Track Prices for Your Cruise via Price Alerts

Do folks here track the prices of their cruise? 

In case you didn't know, setting a 'Price Alert' means Cruiseline.com will email you the latest price for your cruise every day. We just made a few changes to our price alerts and wanted everyone to know. If you set alerts for multiple cruises (like me), you can simply scan your email in the morning to see the current price of the cruise and whether it has gone up / down. And you don't even have to open the emailWink. Here is how it looks:

Also, you no longer have to be a member to sign up for price alerts. You can now simply enter your email address on the price alert - and we'll send you an alert for the cruise and cabin you want to track. Just click on "GET PRICE ALERT" from any cruise search page http://cruiseline.com/cruise/best

Hope you like these new additions. So, what cruise is everyone tracking?

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24 Answers

I use this all the time.

We had to scrap our 2015 cruise due to the difference in the Canadian/ U.S Dollar, but I have two cruises on the watch list.

One to Hawaii and the other a combined itinerary through the Panama Canal to Vancouver.

It is a great way to monitor not just the cruise you think you want, but maybe follow the cruise you have already booked. Many cruise site show pricing in U.S. Dollars and a few in Canada show Canadian Prices. There is also quite a difference if you need to add in air fare. But that is a topic for another discussion.

 

I have not used this feature yet  but my next cruises are all with groups so the price is fixed.  It is a good feature & I intend to use it in the future.  Happy

I don't get any daily emails with pricing going up, down, or staying the same?

 

 

 

Double post- Sorry

No point in monitoring cruise prices if you have booked through the UK. If you decide to cancel and look to re-book, your deposit is lost 

Something I've never understood -- If you want to amend your booking in some way, why is the only option to cancel and rebook, rather than simply amending it? (Other than the obvious answer that this is the only way the lines will do it).

 

I use both. I go to the website sometimes on a daily basis to see what the price is. We booked 18 months out and only saved $60.00. But $60.00 is $60.00 right? I'll take it.

I have a whole slew of cruises on my list and I'm always checking to see if they have moved or if there is a cruise I missed lol

Does the price alert work? I am trying to enter my cruise but am not sure how to submit it.

 

Help?

What a great feature.  i will be using it in the future.  Our current cruises are booked with such a discount that it can't be lower.....I just might need to find some that I wish I could do!

 

Thanks!

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