I did a search for the cruise we are booked on to check prices. The cruise (directly through Carnival) is not showing up at all. Have you ever experienced this. Is this what happens when a cruise is sold out?
If you booked thru Carnival (or even thru a TA), then you should have a booking number that should be in Carnival's system. If you aren't already registered with Carnival's website, then register and then pull up "My Reservation" - it should have all the info about your cruise.
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What cruise is it? If you have the "booking number", all is fine. If you've chosen a "repositioning cruise", the info may not immediately appear on websites. On some websites, my transatlantic appeared after the European cruises that follow it. That info has to be inputted by hand...it's not automatically computer-generated.
thanks for the replies. Yes, I already have my booking number and have gotten information about the cruise. I am also already reg. with carnival. I was just hoping to do a price check and can no longer find a listing for our cruise. I was just wondering if they are taken off of the list when they are full.
this happened with my alaskan cruise. it was close to the sail date and sold out so it did not show on the sites any longer. i agree with dorothy about going to the carnival site and looking under '' my reservation ''. it will be there for you, but you have to log-in first.
thanks for the input. I am not worried about being on the cruise. Everything seems to be fine under "my reservation", but I am amazed that it could be sold out this early. Good thing I booked when I did. :o)