On our cruise last year we bought a certificate for a 7 day cruise (you have 2 years to use the certificate). We paid $100.00 for the certificate and that amount got applied towards our balance when we booked the cruise. We also got $100.00 onboard credit for buying the certificate.
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It's always a good idea to purchase the future cruise while on board if you plan to cruise the same cruise line again - reduced deposits and onboard credits! Plus, your agent will also be able to service your reservation, so make sure to let them know when purchasing.
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