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NCL Cruise Voucher - CET

Discussion in 'Comps' started by josh, Mar 22, 2016.

  1. josh

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    Just noticed a CET offer to stay in May then pick up 2 cruise vouchers with NCL. Has anyone done this before or know anymore details?
     
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    I picked up a voucher in Caesars AC back in Jan of this year. This voucher was separate and apart from a free cruise that is otherwise available to 7* members. The "free" cruise is slightly deceptive, although they are up front about it.

    Your inside stateroom is free, but you'll be responsible for port fees, gov't taxes and an "Admin fee" of $200 per person. You have a limited time to book and limited time to sail.

    For me, I booked a July 2016 cruise out of NYC (where I live) and my "free" cruise cost me $398.65 per person ($200 admin fee and 198.65 in taxes and port fees). If I wanted a balcony or suite, I would have to pay an upgrade fee. Additional charges may apply if you opt for a beverage package, or specialty dining, etc.

    For shits and giggles, I cleared my browser's cache and tried to book an identical cruise and found that without the cruise certificate I would have paid $2560 for two people, which represents a significant savings. ($1280 per person v. $398.65)
     
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    My experience has been that sometimes the vouchers are for a limited selection of cruises. I've happened to be in Vegas or AC etc when there was a cruise offer and picked up a number of vouchers, but never used them.
    Also, if you want to upgrade your cabin, your cost may be higher than the differential on the NCL site.
     
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    Thanks for the info!
     

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