I was looking at pricing for Oasis and Allure and I saw that the Allure price was higher than Oasis price. I was wondering if it was because of the ports they traveled to or some other oreason. The taxes and fees were nearly the same.
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Plus, if you're looking at 'advertised' rates, it could be that the prices shown are for different categories.
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Yes, Pete's 'right on' about S&D. Probably just a few more booked on the Allure right now.
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A lot of the time, the newer of the two are priced higher, plus the supply and demand goes into effect as well. They do depart on different days, one a Sat and the other Sunday, sometimes that may make a difference to bookings...