The World Did Not End, but our Royal Caribbean Double-Dip Sale Will!
Dateline: December 21, 2012. This just in. . .the world didn’t end as predicted by the Mayan Calendar. For those of you that didn’t go out on a wild spending spree to empty your bank account and max out your credit cards, and are now thinking “future” vacation, we urge you to take advantage of our Double-Dip Deal. Because unlike the Mayan calendar, this one will end on December 31st!
Book any Royal Caribbean cruise departing January through June 2013, and CruiseDeals is adding from $25 to $200 onboard credit in addition to any sale pricing or cruise line promotion that’s currently available!
Royal Caribbean has some terrific pre-season pricing available now, but we are seeing an overall trend of modest price increases happening for 2013. If you wait, you’ll definitely miss out on our onboard credit. . . and you may well end up paying a higher fare than is currently available. Once we close out 2012, this offer won’t be repeated.[box style=”rounded” border=”full”]Search for applicable 2013 Royal Caribbean Cruises here.[/box]
Royal Caribbean: Always the Best Value
One of the reasons that all of us at CruiseDeals.com are such personal fans of Royal Caribbean is because we consider their cruises to hold real value. Can you find a similar itinerary at a cheaper price on another line? Sometimes yes, and sometimes no. But even when Royal’s price may be higher, we still see them providing our customers with a superior vacation. On a broad scale, while other lines have cut back on quality and personnel during the lean economy, Royal Caribbean has quietly upped their game—knowing that the good impression that a guest leaves with is one of the strongest ways they can grow their reputation (and business). They’ve added multi-millions to their spend for food, increasing both quality and portion size of their included dining. This means that for guests that don’t opt for the specialty-dining aren’t “penalized” with a downscale dining experience. On a personal level, I just spent a week aboard the Allure of the Seas, and had every meal except one at the included dining venues and I was more than pleased with every meal.
On Royal Caribbean, You’re a Number. . . ONE!
The other thing we’ve seen repeatedly this past year is Royal Caribbean’s understanding that every guest is an individual, and they don’t treat people like they’re just a number. In fact, we wrote about how RCI stepped up in a big way to overcome a couple of challenges our guests were facing this year and we invite you to read about it here.
CruiseDeals.com and Royal Caribbean: A Partnership that works for YOU
Finally, we also appreciate what Royal Caribbean does to help us help our customers, and this matters. Not only because it makes our job more enjoyable, but because it truly benefits our customers. That’s why we’re such fans. . . if you haven’t tried Royal Caribbean yet, give us a call and let us know what questions we can answer.
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