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$50 Reduced Deposits for Mini-Suites & Below

Booking Window: December 19, 2016 - December 31, 2016 11:59 PM EST

 

It's in the Free at Sea T&C at NCL.com

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Does anyone know when this ends?

 

$50 Reduced Deposits for Mini-Suites & Below

Booking Window: December 19, 2016 - December 31, 2016 11:59 PM EST

 

It's in the Free at Sea T&C at NCL.com

 

But that is no guarantee that it will end then, lots of "perks" seem to roll over.

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$50 Reduced Deposits for Mini-Suites & Below

Booking Window: December 19, 2016 - December 31, 2016 11:59 PM EST

 

It's in the Free at Sea T&C at NCL.com

 

Thanks. I looked for it but was on a phone. Must have missed it.

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Thanks for the heads up. Just booked NCL dawn October 2018 14 night Boston to Caribbean cruise for $100 deposit. Got the Deck 11 balcony ( only 4 on this deck) with the larger balcony. SWEET!!!

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What is normal deposit for suites?

 

 

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Suites are excluded from the $50 deposit. Suites are $500 pp deposit or 1 Haven version FCC for all.

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Can you book with the $50 deposit and then at a later date change ships or dates??

 

Most likely no, because NCL cancel your existing booking and then rebooks you at what the current promo/events they are at that time.

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I took advantage of the $50 deposit to book. I didn't want to waste a cruise next deposit on something so far out (2018) and the $50 deposit was the perfect solution.

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What is normal deposit for suites?

 

 

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I just booked an Owner's suite for December 2018 and it was $250 / person.

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I took advantage of the $50 deposit to book. I didn't want to waste a cruise next deposit on something so far out (2018) and the $50 deposit was the perfect solution.

 

I booked a sept. 2018 cruise last week with 400$ deposit.

I canceled and rebooked for a 100$ deposit.

 

I also booked another one for 2019 and grabbed the famous balcony number 10686 on the Spirit :D for a small 100$ deposit. (812 days to go :eek:)

 

Two cruises booked for only half of my previous 2018 cruise deposit...:p

I will probably do only one of the two but i have plenty of time to choose.

And happy to get back that 200$ for two years in my pocket instead of NCL pocket.

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I took advantage of the $50 deposit to book. I didn't want to waste a cruise next deposit on something so far out (2018) and the $50 deposit was the perfect solution.

 

the cruisenext is refundable if you need to cancel and rebook a cruise. I also took advantage of the $50 deposit since i have a few cruises i kinda want to do and want to take advantage of the low price now and free at sea promo

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the cruisenext is refundable if you need to cancel and rebook a cruise. I also took advantage of the $50 deposit since i have a few cruises i kinda want to do and want to take advantage of the low price now and free at sea promo

 

I know but I prefer to get instant gratification out of my cruise next deposits, not delayed gratification. I booked for fall 2018 with the $50 deposit. Conceivably I should probably take several cruises between now and then. I totally think booking with the low deposit was the best way to go.

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It's a win-win for everyone. NCL gets increased original bookings and the consumer can book far in advance without putting to much down. I booked the Escape 21 months in advance as I am looking for something new to do for New England/Canada

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