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Tips to Get the Best Carnival Cruise Deals

By Edited Nov 24, 2013 0 2

If you have dreams of sailing off into the sunset on your dream vacation? Then you are going to want to know how to get the best Carnival cruise deals. Carnival Cruise Lines is one of the most popular cruise lines for all age groups to use to go on fabulous vacations. And what could be more fabulous then sailing off to an exotic port of call? Getting one of the fabulous Carnival Cruise Deals.

Tip One

Have your passport in hand before you start o research Carnival cruise deals. You need to be flexible on where you will go on your cruise to get the best deals. This means that you will have to have a passport for the many cruises that have ports of call outside of the US. It can take 6 to 8 weeks to obtain your passport if you are lucky. Let's not take that risk.

Tip Two

Look for cruises that are going to set sail during the next two weeks to get the best Carnival cruise deals. Carnival has quotas of how many rooms that they have to book before a ship sets sail. If a ship is under booked two weeks before it sets sail, the cruise line will take drastic cuts in the prices to book the remaining rooms.

Tip Three

Find web sites that are offering extra's for booking a Carnival cruise. This is another great way to get some the Carnival cruise deals. Some sites will give you onboard credits for your cruise if you book through them. These will come in very handy as you shop and book excursions on the cruise. If you add this in with the great savings of booking a last minute cruise, you will find that you may be able to go on more then one vacation a year from all of the money that you saved.



Jun 21, 2011 1:46pm
Since we've booked a lot of clients on Carnival at Cayole Cruise Deals I can say that being flexible in when you depart is perhaps the most important tip. Sometimes cruises that leave within a week apart would have $200/person price difference. Also, if you wouldn't mind going to Caribbean in, say, October vs. August, you can probably save 30-40% just based on that.
Jul 30, 2011 11:41pm
It's always a balancing act, figuring out how long I want to wait before booking. Do I hold out for the best deal and risk there being no vacancies, or do I reserve early to be guaranteed a cabin but potentially pay higher prices?
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