Free 2-Night Bahamas Cruise: $59/Person Port Tax

It’s sound too good to be true, but it’s a real deal! I called myself to confirm and get all the details. Caribbean Cruise Line is giving away free two-night cruises rather than sending an empty room when folks have to cancel their trip. The cruise company believes in the power of word-of-mouth and trusts folks will share their experience after their free cruise, which will draw in new customers.

So how does this work? Two people can sail on a free two-night Bahamas cruise out of Palm Beach, Florida. You just have to get yourself to Florida to take advantage of this deal. All you pay is $59/person for port tax — so it’s $118 total. The value of the cruise for two people is $599. The cruise includes a private inside cabin, all meals and entertainment. Food includes constant buffets, four restaurants and complimentary room service! Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are all that needs to be paid if you indulge. Coffee and tea are included.

There is lots of flexibility because you have 18 months to book your cruise date. The only blackout dates are December 18 – 31 for dry dock days, and January 1 – January 4. The ship sails three times a week, so there are lots of options. Two people can be added to the trip for an additional charge.

Caribbean Cruise Line received “Best Bahamas Getaway Cruise three years in a row” by the chief editor of Porthole Magazine, a leading cruise travel magazine. Despite rumors, a time share meeting is NOT REQUIRED with this promotion offered to my readers, says my contact at Caribbean Cruise Line. Caribbean Cruise Line sails more consumers to the Bahamas than any other cruise line in the entire world. That’s more than 1 million customers. [Just like all big companies, it has some negative comments online --right along with Ritz Carlton, Hyatt Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Delta Airlines, Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Celebrity Cruise Lines. It receives just 1.5 negative postings per 20,000 trips made.]

Call 1-888-710-5847 to get more information and take advantage of this amazing deal. It’s a great way to try out a cruise if you’re curious!

Caribbean Cruise Line has partnered with Houston on the Cheap. I get a little something for sharing this amazing deal with my readers!
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Comments

  1. C. Moon says

    Sounds too good to be true. I hear this company/website affiliated with the deal (www.bestcruisegetaway.com) sells your info resulting in the participant getting BOMBARDED with solicitors that harass and call all day and night. Houston on the Cheap has been a great site so far, I really hope they checked out this “offer” completely before affiliating themselves with the company offering it. Has anyone from Houston on the Cheap used this offer? Can anyone vouch personally for this company. I called already and hung up mid call. They already had my phone number ( I guess through caller ID). I hope my curiosity doesn’t come back to bite me.

    • Vicki Powers says

      Yes, I spoke with the folks at Caribbean Cruise Line. I added an update to the previous post in a comment, but decided to repost with the new info.
      Here is what I found out:

      Here’s an update from my contact at Caribbean Cruise Line:

      “The Caribbean Cruise Line promotion that is being offered to your readers is what is known as an “un-hooked package”. That means a timeshare tour is NOT required.

      Caribbean Cruise Line sails more consumers to the Bahamas than any other cruise line in the entire world. That’s over 1,000,000 customers. There are 1.5 rip negative postings per 20,000 trips made.

      Caribbean Cruise Line is committed to delivering a superior customer experience. Credible sources, such as Porthole Magazine, the bible of the cruise industry, ranked Caribbean Cruise Line as the #1 Bahamas Cruise in 2009, 2010, and 2011. Yes, Caribbean Cruise Line ranked higher than any other cruise line in the world.

      Stern’s Guide to the Cruise, gave Caribbean Cruise Line a 4-star ranking.

      Of course, it is unnerving to receive even one single negative posting on the rip-off report. If there is a silver lining here, Caribbean Cruise Line happens to be in very good company with other quality organizations that are slandered in Rip Off Report postings, along with the likes of Ritz Carlton Hotels; Hyatt Hotels; Hilton Hotels; Delta Airlines; Carnival Cruise Lines; Norweigan Cruise Line; Celebrity Cruise Lines; and the Who’s Who of quality organizations in the travel industry.”