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Holiday travel: Cheap cruises for November, December

Monday, November 10th, 2008

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The holiday travel season is here, and CheapTickets has great deals for people who want to celebrate at sea.

Cheap cruises offer an easy and affordable way to combine holiday celebrations with vacation, and there are plenty of sailings over Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah. Here is a sample:

  • Seven-night Eastern Caribbean: Cruise to St. Maarten and St. Thomas aboard the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas. Enjoy three pools, a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink and plenty of other activities. Cruise leaves November 23, and prices start at $499.
  • Four-night Bahamas: Sail to Nassau and a private Bahamas island aboard the Monarch of the Seas. Let the teens hang out in the ship’s special teen lounge while you lounge at the spa. Rooms start at $389 for this November 24 sailing.
  • Ten-night Southern Caribbean: Leave the cold behind when you visit St. Lucia, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands and more. You’ll celebrate the holidays in style with four restaurants and a Champagne and Caviar Bar. The Celebrity Galaxy leaves December 19, and prices start at $649.

Four-night Thanksgiving cruises start at just $229, and four-night December cruises start at $319. With cheap cruises from CheapTickets, your holiday travel can be easy and affordable.

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Thursday, October 16th, 2008

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Cheap cruises are even cheaper with CheapTickets’ World’s Largest Cruise Sale. For three days only, take advantage of unbelievable discounts on top cruise lines. With up to 75% off this season’s most popular destinations, now is definitely the time the book one of these cheap cruises for your next vacation.

Whether you are looking to explore the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean, or gaze upon the banks of Egypt, Royal Caribbean has a cruise that is guaranteed to fit anyone’s needs. Consider Freedom of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, with a 40-foot wave pool, rock climbing wall, miniature golf course and a year-round ice skating rink. During CheapTickets’ World’s Largest Cruise Sale, Royal Caribbean is offering $100 in free onboard spending and a free spa treatment in addition to already discounted prices. And if you call to book your cruise on Thursday, October 16, you can save an extra $200.

The World’s Largest Cruise Sale means that there are plenty of offers on a variety of cruise lines. Check out these other cruise deals:

  • Norwegian Cruise Line: Up to $500 in onboard spending and a reduced deposit. As one of the world’s youngest fleets, Norwegian Cruise Line offers state-of-the-art facilities and "Freestyle Cruising," allowing travelers to dress, dine and play as they please.
  • Celebrity Cruises: Up to an extra $200 off oceanview rooms or higher. Plus, through October 18 only get up to $200 in free onboard spending and 50% off your deposit. Consider our exclusive two-night dinner and dance sailing aboard the brand new Celebrity Solstice, the first ship with a manicured half-acre lawn for onboard picnics and croquet.
  • MSC Cruises and Costa Cruises: Kids sail free with paying adult. Try MSC’s seven-night Western Caribbean cruise starting at $449 or Costa’s three-night Spain and Corsica cruise starting at $399.

If you’re looking for cheap cruises, you’ll find them during CheapTickets’ World’s Largest Cruise Sale. But hurry — sale ends at midnight October 18.

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Monday, September 29th, 2008

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If you’re looking for cheap cruises, CheapTickets is the place. With our Fall Cruise Blowout, you can save up to 75% on select cruises and get special offers, including free upgrades, free onboard spending and more.

Norwegian Cruise Line is offering free upgrades, free onboard savings and exclusive prices on some of its cruises. Its seven-night Mexican Riviera cruise, with stops in Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan, starts at just $349 for October sailings, with an opportunity for up to $200 in free onboard spending.

Royal Caribbean is giving travelers free $260 onboard spending booklets when they book oceanview rooms or higher on its cruises. To take advantage of the offer, try the seven-night Deep Southern Caribbean cruise, with stops in Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten and St. Thomas. Oceanview rooms start at $599 for select fall sailings.

And CheapTickets and Celebrity Cruises are teaming up to offer travelers the opportunity to be among the first to experience Celebrity’s newest ship. The Celebrity Solstice features a manicured half-acre lawn for bocce ball, croquet and picnics with a view, as well as an adults-only pool/waterfall solarium, art galleries and more.

You can check out the Celebrity Solstice  on a unique two-night weekend cruise from Fort Lauderdale. This exclusive sailing leaves November 21, and rooms start at $349.

Cheap cruises are easy to find with CheapTickets’ Fall Cruise Blowout. But don’t wait. Many offers end September 30.

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Cheap cruises on Royal Caribbean: Book by July 31

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

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can take you just about anywhere in the world. Right now, Royal Caribbean has cruises on sale, starting at $229 for a four-night Bahamas cruise. There are plenty of routes to choose from, but you have to act fast. Book your cheap cruise by July 31.

You could try a Caribbean cruise. The seven-night Eastern Caribbean stops in Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and St. Thomas. Interior rooms start at $659 for the September 21 sailing. Aboard the Freedom of the Seas, you can enjoy at drink at the Bull and Bear English Pub, listen to Latin music at Boleros Lounge, relax at the adults-only Solarium Pool and much more.

Or head to Europe. The seven-night Western Mediterranean cruise includes stops in France, Rome and Sicily. Interior rooms start at $699 for November sailings. Aboard the Voyager of the Seas you can take scuba diving lessons, go rock climbing or ice skating, or relax at the Day Spa.

Royal Caribbean has cruises to the Bahamas, cruises to Greece — even a cruise in Australia and the Great Barrier Reef. Cruises range from three nights to 14 nights, so you can take a quick getaway or a long vacation.

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Last-minute cruises: Save up to 75%

Thursday, April 24th, 2008

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A cheap cruise can be a fun last-minute trip. And now you can save up to 75% on last-minute cruises.

The Royal Caribbean Monarch of the Seas sails between Los Angeles and Baja Mexico.  A four-night cruise starts at $259. But it won’t feel like a cheap cruise! While at sea, guests can relax with spa services, grab a drink at the pool bar or enjoy Latin music at Boleros.

Or, take a seven-night Caribbean cruise starting at $629. The Carnival Destiny sails to exotic locales including Antigua, St. Lucia and Barbados. The Destiny has a wine bar, casino and plenty of music and entertainment. And even on a cheap cruise, your appetite will be satisfied with food from four restaurants, a 24-hour pizzeria and room service!

The ships are sailing soon, so book your last-minute trip now!

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