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Jay Moore July 16th, 2004 04:03 PM

Best place to book Carnival
 
Hi,
where are the best sites to book carnival cruises. I am looking to book the pride for mid September and have found the best prices at:

carnival4me.com (9/26 sail date)

double occup. 8A (private deck) 1808.22 USD (all fees)

akennedy July 16th, 2004 04:13 PM

Re: Best place to book Carnival
 
What ship is that and is that total for 2 people or 1? If 1 don't think that is so good of a price myself.

Jay Moore July 16th, 2004 04:19 PM

Re: Best place to book Carnival
 
That price is for the Pride 7 day Mexican Riviera from Long Beach, CA. Its the best price I have been able to find between now and the end of September.

Most sites are listing over $1000/per person with fees for the lowest deck ocean view/balcony. I was able to find $900 per person though carnival4me

If you know anything better I'm all ears.

Thanks

Jay

akennedy July 16th, 2004 05:58 PM

Re: Re: Best place to book Carnival
 
that sounds better since it is for 2 people with a balcony sounds great in fact... enjoy

Brenda in Canada July 17th, 2004 11:22 AM

Re: Best place to book Carnival
 
Just looked where I booked on US online agency:860.60+27.11 x2= US$ 1775.42. So not much different . (What is a 7A Balcony with French doors like??I noticed it was a bit cheaper.) Balcony room-that will be so nice!! Have a good trip!


Jim Bragg July 17th, 2004 03:18 PM

Re: Best place to book Carnival
 
There is not "Best" place to book all CCL cruises. Every agent is basically able to give you the same deal, it is a matter of how much they are willing to rebate in their commission that matters for the price and then you must still think of the service. The cheapest price is not always the 'best' price. Check the CCL website and see what the going rate is and anything under that is a decent deal.
Jim


Cassie July 17th, 2004 05:13 PM

Re: Best place to book Carnival
 
We always have used Yahoo Travel. We always go in January or Febuary. Last year we got a upper level balcony (not sure of the letter/number) For $600 per person. We pick the day, buy the plane tickets and wait for the cruise prices to drop them pick one... usually 4-6 weeks before the cruise.


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