It’s Friday, I’m starting to feel tired, but I do have some things I want to do. So let me do this so I can get to some other things.
Let’s get back to our discussion of tips on getting last minute cruise deals. And to review, when we say, “last minute”, we’re talking anywhere from three months to a week before the cruise sails. Let’s look at so more tips.
- Getting the right deal isn’t going to take just a minute or two. You’ll want to do your research. Or better yet, let me help you find the right deal for you. You’ll more than likely not want to book the very first thing that you see. Get some ideas of what you want, and then e-mail me at email@example.com
- You’ll want to get some idea of how much you want to spend on your cruise. And of course, you’ll need to include airfare in your calculations.
- You are going to want to read all the fine print to make sure that you are going to get what you expected. I’ll help you with if you’ll book through me. You’ll want to make to know about all the fees they are going to charge you and all that. And make sure you know exactly what they want as far as documentation.
- You are going to need to be flexible when getting these deals. You may not get the best suites or anything. You may not even get to go to a place you especially want to go. Again this is ideal if you are just wanting to get away.
I would love to help you book a cruise. Please let me know if you are interested.