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Old October 18th, 2012, 11:48 PM
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Originally Posted by cruise planner View Post
Case in point; there have been several situations over the last year where a client's final payment was due on one day and the very next day, the prices dropped. (Keep in mind that the final payment due date is the same for everyone on that particular sailing.) So the cruise lines are now waiting until after final payment due date to lower the price instead of lowering before the due date. Definitely not in the best interest of the consumer.Pete
Pete, does that mean booking a cruise after final payment date could be a good deal? I understand cabins open up with the final payment date. Couldn't there be some desirably cabins available at a discount.

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