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Old 09-22-2008, 10:20 PM
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The prices that they have on the website for the year 2010, Is that the cheapest the cruises will be, or will they get higher the closer it gets to that particular year?
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The prices that they have on the website for the year 2010, Is that the cheapest the cruises will be, or will they get higher the closer it gets to that particular year?
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The prices that they have on the website for the year 2010, Is that the cheapest the cruises will be, or will they get higher the closer it gets to that particular year?


That would be impossible to say. The prices go up and down depending on demand for a particular sailing. Carnival will protect your price if it goes down. They actually adjust rates several times a day on some sailings.

It is is better to book early and get your cabin choice locked in. If the price goes down they will adjust the price, or refund it to you, and/or issue an On Board Credit.

My 7 day cruise has dropped from $569 to $349 before taxes. I have 1 refund, and 3 OBC's. All that and I still have my original cabin.

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Does this cruise credit apply only if you've booked through Carnival? I booked through cruise.com, so should I watch the price and try to get a refund through them?
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Old 09-23-2008, 06:09 AM
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No, you don't have to book through Carnival. However, booking with an internet firm might be more difficult to obtain your price difference. If you're going to book through one of those agencies, you'd be better off to find a reliable travel agent instead. They will actually work for you. Best wishes.
 
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