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What is Dash sale?


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I am still a newbie but getting very addicted to these boards! So many of you are very knowledgeable about all the logistics of booking etc. Please explain a dash sale. I have just booked a 27 night cruise which I guess is a back to back cruise...I was unaware of such a thing when I booked....but that's another thread question! My main concern is that I will be able to take advantage of this sale. Thanks!

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Its just a name for a sale. Typically in the Spring of each year. If you are booked and then a sale appears, you can cancel your original booking and re-book under the new promotion. However, if you had any perks under your original booking (ie, on board credit, wine, etc.) , you would lose those....so compare current vs new deals carefully.


This applies up to the time of full payment due date...after that, not many adjustments allowed.


If you booked through a travel agent originally, they would have to handle the change transaction for you...and make sure you understand any travel agent fees for cancellations and changes (if any).

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