Since you have time, shop the cruise line for dates and prices, then compare with internet sites and call a travel agent. It's hard to "know" if you get the best prices as their prices change a lot. I have used the cruise line agent for booking for a while now. My in laws use a travel agent and they are happy. My brother in law used a company that follows the prices and refunded them a few bucks as the price went down. They also got a ship credit or something by using a website. If you find a price you are happy with, then that is what really matters.
Also, there is/may be a fuel surcharge fee. There will be an * item on the bill, "If oil goes above $XX.XX/Barrel, then we will charge an extra amount". I have not had to pay that on a cruise, but if you book now and oil is $150/barrel in Aug, you can guess there will be a fee for that.
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Thread: Cruise Ship Fanatics
01-01-2012, 01:47 PM #11Senior Member
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- Jan 2008
- Tampa, FL
01-01-2012, 03:05 PM #12
Thanks Max, these are the exact thing I'm trying to get info on. Don't wanna get sunk by all the "hidden fees"Jason
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