These are some of many but you should be able to get an idea of the pricing. Some you have to register but are safe and secure. I have used an internet cruise company prior but had several bad experiences and now research and call my TA.
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The best place to keep watch is the Celebrity Cruise Line's web site. Just price out the cruise you've booked, and see if they lower the price.
If the price does go down on the category and sailing you've booked you know the cost has also gone down to your agent.
I look at Crucon's web site first, then Cruise Value Center as well, I like the newsletter by Spur of the Moment Cruises (not their web site) and then I buy from my favorite regular TA, one of the former. (I can't tell you her name, might get deleted by the censor gods.)
Now I may have misunderstood the poster, but I believe they were interested in monitoring price reductions on a cruise they've already booked, as opposed to looking for recommendations on where to check for prices if they were interested in booking.
All the sites recommended by others would be for checking the various agencies prices. You can easily drive yourself crazy trying to find lower pricing from other agents in an attempt to get your agent to match it.
The best resource, as Kuki said is the Celebrity website (celebritycriuses.com). Enter the specifics for your cruise: sailing date, no. of nights, ship, and click on search, then click on price and reserve. You can then verifiy prices for each cat. We booked our cruise early and by monitoring the website, we had two price reductions. We immediately contacted our TA and appropriate action was taken, saving us $$$. MORE TO SPEND WHILE ON VACATION !
This is our first cruise and we are anxiously awaiting Sept 13th, our sailing date.
Millenium, 10 day, southern Caribbean.
Didn't think I'd need this advice, but found that the Millie sept 23 had new prices... callled Best Price Cruises and got a $900 refund. Canadian dollars, of course... so that's about $14 US or so.............