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ecarrell1 June 20th, 2010 12:53 PM

Early saver price protection assurance
 
New to site and enjoy the boards. Not that new to cruise but haven't been in a while. I booked a carnival early saver with the price protecton. Today i noticed the price dropped on the carnival.com site for my booked cruise and I filled out and sent in the form. Later I found the Vacations to Go has the cruise listed for 20 dollars less than carnival listed price. Does anyone know if VTG price is a Carnival advertised fare. I included carnivals FAQ answer, but I'm not sure if the VTG will qualify. Thanks for any help.

What is a Carnival advertised fare?
A Carnival.com or Carnival advertised fare available to the general public. A Carnival advertised fare excludes group rates, membership programs, charters or other Travel Agent promotions not offered by Carnival to the general public, including but not limited to travel agent rebates.

ecarrell1
New Orleans

katlady June 20th, 2010 02:54 PM

Could anyone look at the Vacations to go rate or was is a special sent to your e-mail. I think if the public can view the rate it counts. I could be wrong. You could just try to put in the request. Maybe include a link to vacations to go. The worst they can say is no.:D

ecarrell1 June 20th, 2010 09:37 PM

Anyone can look at the web site. I use it to compare prices of cruises I am interested in. It is easy and quick. It will show all of the ships at any one port with their price. There are several ways to look for a cruise, and loads of information. They only sell vacations so I really appreciate cruise mates information.
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thanks for the reply.
If anyone has used vacations to go for a price assurance on Carnival, please let me know.

ScurvyDog June 21st, 2010 07:11 AM

The price quoted on VTG for an inside cabin is usually the Carnival advertised price for a 1A cabin. If you booked anything other than a 1A cabin it is not the same thing and would not qualify. Same rules would apply for balcony.


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