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[Royal Caribbean] 60% Off 2nd Guest and Kids Sail Free

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  • Nov 22nd, 2018 2:01 pm
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GenX wrote:
Nov 7th, 2018 11:47 am
Are you using cruisecompete? What type of room you are you looking at?
Looked directly on RC website. I'll check out cruisecompete!
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Just wanted to flag that if you booked through the Costco site that it quotes the cruise with Non-Refundable deposit without an option to change it.

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Ryu69 wrote:
Nov 6th, 2018 1:42 pm
Costco Travel has the same prices and has a cash card offer too. You need to call in though. prices on the website don't have the kids can sale free offer.
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Shingo wrote:
Nov 8th, 2018 10:34 am
Just wanted to flag that if you booked through the Costco site that it quotes the cruise with Non-Refundable deposit without an option to change it.
Good point - also worth noting you can still get a refundable deposit fare from Costco by booking by phone.
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Is this a rarely find deal or does it happen often? Have not fully planed next year so not sure if it is worth to jump on book so early.
Also, do you get charged the full price at the time of the order?
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rivet wrote:
Nov 13th, 2018 11:18 am
Is this a rarely find deal or does it happen often? Have not fully planed next year so not sure if it is worth to jump on book so early.
Also, do you get charged the full price at the time of the order?
It's a marketing algorithm, the next promo will usually result in a similar price because the starting price fluctuates. What you get charged is the full price, not including gratuities which almost everyone pays. I typically use OBC or Costco GC value to offset it. Grats get added before you settle the bill at the end of your cruise.
https://www.royalcaribbean.com/faq/ques ... ty-expense

If you've never cruised before, the total can easily double at the end with: Flights, hotels before/after, car rentals, excursions, specialty dinners, soft drinks, alcohol not included. If you want to save, visit the Critic forum and look up the individual islands for DIY excursions. Interesting, our family video almost 2y ago is still on the front page, those are all DIY in it. The one in Barbados swim with the turtles, our friends paid Royal Caribbean triple what we did and they were just a few hundred yards down the beach for basically the same thing.

https://www.cruisecritic.com/community/

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