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What is the best (and cheapest) way to book a cruise?

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elizabethcharlotte Tue 06-Sep-16 19:48:18

We think we are going to book a cruise to the Norweigan Fjords for next year. Would you book direct with P and O? Or would it be ok to book through cruise critic which seems to be cheaper? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

FeckinCrutches Tue 06-Sep-16 19:51:18

I always book direct then try to wangle extras

exWifebeginsat40 Tue 06-Sep-16 19:53:19

Reader Offers usually have the best cruise deals going.

elizabethcharlotte Tue 06-Sep-16 20:44:57

Thank you. I will have a look at Readers Offers now as I've never heard if them before.

elizabethcharlotte Tue 06-Sep-16 20:45:37

Feckincrutches What sort of extras do you try to get???

ButteredToastAndStrawberryJam Tue 06-Sep-16 21:03:15

I was looking at cruises today, I noticed freebies like some on board spending money. They had a great round the world one, going through thd Panama Canal, fantastic, £12,000 :0, I was just dreaming, one day maybe.

FeckinCrutches Tue 06-Sep-16 21:44:13

Drinks packages/onboard spend/excursions/specialty dining

budgiegirl Wed 07-Sep-16 23:08:38

Try Vivavoyage, their prices are usually a bit less than directly with the cruise company.

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