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How CruiseCompete Works

Video: How CruiseCompete Works

CruiseCompete is a quick and easy way to have independent travel agencies compete to offer you the best cruise deal.

1. Choose a cruise.

Use our Cruise Search, browse by Cruise Line or Specials Category, or use Live Agent Help.

2. Create an account.

Set-up a CruiseCompete account so you can request and receive quotes anonymously.

3. Request quotes.

Select the ship, sail date, passengers, and the number and type of cabins. More than 300 travel agencies will immediately have everything they need to provide custom responses for your cruise.

4. Compare quotes.

When new quotes are available, we will e-mail you a notification including a link to your account. There is no obligation to buy, and travel agents will NOT have your contact information unless you give it to them (Privacy Policy).

5. Contact agents.

You may contact agents by phone or e-mail for more information or to book your cruise.

It's that easy.

Go to our Home Page to begin.



More questions? See our About section or Contact us.


How CruiseCompete Groups Works


Because of the complex nature of large group cruise requests, our group system provides for direct contact with travel agents.

1. Create an account.

Set-up a CruiseCompete account

2. Complete the Group Request Form. Provide as much information as you can about your desired group cruise. If you don't know an answer, that's OK. Up to five agents will contact you to discuss your specific needs and put together detailed custom proposals.

3. Compare and decide. After reviewing the information provided the agents, decide where to book your cruise.

Note: While you are welcome to use our standard anonymous system for large group bookings (see above), we believe this non-anonymous method will produce better results for groups requiring eight or more cabins.


 
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