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Whether traveling together for a special occasion or just a group of friends taking a vacation together, cruise lines are great at catering to groups. In fact, there are programs that can pile on the perks when planning a cruise for a group - and they might even get you cruising for free - but you have to know how to fully take advantage of these programs. We’ll look at how groups work, and special considerations you should have when planning a cruise with family or friends... read more
Video: If you've canceled a cruise because of coronavirus (or if it's been canceled for you), you've likely been given a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) but it may not be clear how those work. There are also a ton of wild price drops lately, largely related to the pandemic situation. In this video, we make sure you understand what your options are, so you're prepared to make the most out of your next cruise bookings. read more
Like department stores, airlines, and even gas stations, some cruise lines have their own credit cards promising perks and savings for cardholders. We looked at a few of these offers and found there are far better deals to be had if you’re looking to save money and get benefits from using a credit card for travel. We’ll break down the benefits, the cost, and tricks you might find helpful in using credit card perks to save money on your next cruise... read more
Bringing extras with you on any trip can mean baggage fees and other inconveniences, and we're often struggling to pack less - not more. There are, however, some items you can bring along which could save you money. In many cases they're even things you already have at home... read more