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Oceania various under £200pppd some nudging £150pppd

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    Oceania various under £200pppd some nudging £150pppd

    After a break from searching and some lines getting pricey and needing over £150pppn to get on the ship with perks I am looking at other value propositions.

    Noticed a good few Oceania under £200ppp that include perks and/or some OBC etc.

    eg.
    29 Oct 1 night Miami 10n cruise inc flights transfer £1829

    internet
    Plus choose one of amenities below:

    FREE - US$600 Shipboard Credit
    FREE - Beverage Package
    FREE - 6 Shore Excursions

    CDlink
    cruise only at £1239
    Oct flight around £400-£450 may get cheaper

    #2
    My April 2020 Oceania cruise is a wee bit more expensive than the one you found for the 10nights, and Sadly our Miami flights from Glasgow or Edinburgh will be more expensive than the £400-450 you can get from London TD. However I think Oceania can give better value than some other ‘premium ‘ lines with the OBC/drinks/tours and free specialty restaurants, specialty coffees, non alcoholic drinks etc .
    don't want to work, just want to cruise.

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      #3
      if it is the cruise I am thinking of if you plan some extra time in Florida you an get the flight prices down to £450 economy with bag & 1 stop using United and palm beach.

      Just using MIA and FLL it will be more now but there will be a sale at some point

      Agree once your price for the cruise on the main stream like Celebrity is hitting £150pppd+ time to be looking at the next tier up

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        #4
        Originally posted by Topdeck, London View Post
        if it is the cruise I am thinking of if you plan some extra time in Florida you an get the flight prices down to £450 economy with bag & 1 stop using United and palm beach.

        Just using MIA and FLL it will be more now but there will be a sale at some point

        Agree once your price for the cruise on the main stream like Celebrity is hitting £150pppd+ time to be looking at the next tier up
        Flights to Palm beach? Cheapest flight is £800pp return. How far is that from Miami port? We will stay several days before and after so will be able to book the cheaper flights. Where are you finding the £450 price?
        Last edited by Issyalex, Glasgow; 17th August 2019, 06:15 PM.
        don't want to work, just want to cruise.

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          #5
          Its a bit further up the coast but if staying before and after you can choose to move about with a car.
          Some options were in/out different airports both ends.

          BT-store.com
          and
          momondo.co.uk
          Last edited by Topdeck, London; 18th August 2019, 05:16 AM.

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            #6
            Here is one I found with KLM not as good routing but hits close to £450
            (includes 1 bag)

            try this link (I will test it soon)

            MIA_Flight.JPG
            Last edited by Topdeck, London; 18th August 2019, 06:04 AM.

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              #7
              Thanks TD. Hubby won’t drive abroad. I’ve got to choose the quickest flights as he’s never keen to fly longhall. Depending on distance and type of airplane I sometimes have book economy plus to keep him happy! 🙈🙄😂
              don't want to work, just want to cruise.

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                #8
                I understand there is a trade off
                ​​​​​​picking a good stopover when you can't go direct is not always easy

                Sometimes I pick a longer layover to give more time less stress and a meal.

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