I would definitely not consider myself an expert in cruises, but I have researched prices enough and I agree that Royal Caribbean almost always has a sale going on. A lot of times, the cabin prices go up to offset the sale offered. Also, my experience is that the price of different staterooms also fluctuates quite a bit. You have to constantly be shopping around to compare. This specific sale worked out well for us, but as I stated YMMV.DANNY33333A wrote: ↑ I noticed this sale started a few days ago, but it doesn't seem to make sense. Prior to this sale 2 adults in an inside room was $1633 US, if kids are free they should only pay the taxes of just over $100 each, so for two kids and two adults in an inside room the price should be around $1900US, instead it is coming to $3255US. I actually booked a number of rooms a few months ago on Harmony of the Seas for March 10th and this is what I am comparing too. They had kids sale free then and it was just over $100 in taxes for each kid under 12 years old.
In our case, booking for 2 adults is just above 2k and with the kids added we just end of paying the taxes/fees ($2500).