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#2
Iowa
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Originally posted by PRINCESSTHE BEST
Does anyone know if Cunard offer a discount for booking 2 consecutive cruises aka back to back cruises. Many thanks for your help

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Not that I am aware of. But if those two consecutive voyages are offered as a single voyage (for example a round trip transatlantic crossing versus individual eastbound and westbound crossings), then the fare may work out to be lower on the single voyage than booking as two separate voyages. Sometimes the fare is lower booking the single voyage, sometimes it's better to book two separate voyages.

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John
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And.....if you book two separate voyages on the Cunard fare, you should select "arrange own flights" in the booking process as this has the effect of removing the included air travel that you wouldn't need along with a reduction in fare typically £240 per person each way on a TA. The option to arrange own flights is also available on a Saver fare but it doesn't result in a reduction; only the Cunard fare gives that.
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It can also be worthwhile to check the on board credit being offered on the single voyage compared to the sum of the two individual voyages. For one of the round trip crossings I have been looking at for 2019, the fares Cunard are offering here in the U.S. are about $10 lower per person when booked as a single voyage, but the total on board credit is $125 higher when booked as two separate voyages.
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