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Rutledge0116 05-01-2008 04:04 PM

I've heard that you get a discount if you book a cruise while on a cruise. Does anyone know of this? If so, is it just the same discount as booking through Carnival as a past guest? I'd appreciate any help with this matter.

TrvlPro 05-01-2008 04:27 PM

RCCL, Celebrity and Princess all have very good programs for future cruises booked onboard. Princess has the best program. I'm not familliar with such a system with Carnival. There is certainly a way to book onboard any line. I just don't think there are any perks associated with doing so with CCL.

Cheers, Neil

CruiseDad 05-01-2008 04:29 PM

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Originally posted by Rutledge0116:
I've heard that you get a discount if you book a cruise while on a cruise. Does anyone know of this? If so, is it just the same discount as booking through Carnival as a past guest? I'd appreciate any help with this matter.
Run a search, I think this was discussed before and I think the conclusion was it's just a past guest discount, which you get anyway after the cruise

Dwayne 05-01-2008 07:30 PM

They have offered onboard booking incentives in the past. I haven't noticed it the last few years on my cruises. It was available only on certain ships, and may still be. The incentive was to put down a $100 deposit and receive an onboard credit on the future cruise (if I recall correctly).

I did this on the Destiny in 1997, and also received a bottle of wine on the spot that had Carnival and the Destiny etched into the bottle. I still have it.

They also allowed you to assign the booking to your Travel Agent. I couldn't find any current information. I will try to get some Info about it, if they still offer it.

Dwayne

PA Steve Rocky Mount 05-03-2008 09:55 AM

You can certainly book on the cruise, but there is NO additional discount other than the regular ones. I always find that military is the best discount...then 55+ and past guest. By the way...MAJOR discounts this month (May) with carnival if you are ex military WITH verifiable DD214 AND HONORABLE DISCHARGE papers. Check em out!!


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