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Video: How CruiseCompete Works


Summary: In five easy steps, you can tap the power of our network of hundreds of travel agencies all working to find you the best value for your cruise.

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In five easy steps, you can tap the power of our network of hundreds of travel agencies all working to find you the best value for your cruise.

First, choose a cruise. You can our Cruise Search system, browse by Cruise Line or Specials Category, or use Live Agent Help to find the sailing you want.

Second, select a username and password to create an account. We care about your privacy, and this will allow you to request and receive quotes anonymously.

Third, create a quote request. In just a few seconds, you can use menus to pick a ship and sail date and select the type and number of passengers and cabins. Click "submit", and hundreds of travel agencies will instantly have everything they need to provide custom offers for your cruise.

Fourth, compare offers. Each time an agent responds with a cruise offer , we will e-mail you to let you know. With one click, you can read the details of each quote and see consumer reviews of the travel agency that has offered it. There is no obligation to buy, and travel agents will NOT have your contact information unless you give it to them.

Finally, work with an agent you choose. You can pick which agents to talk to by phone, e-mail or live chat to ask questions, get advice, and--if you find an offer you like--to book your cruise vacation.

Sound simple? Well it is. It's also why the Wall Street Journal, CNN, Travel + Leisure, Kiplingers, Frommers, USA Today, Bloomberg, AARP, and many more of the world's most influential publications rave about the value of CruiseCompete.


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