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I know that SPA pricing booked in advance online varies by day and offers lower pricing during port days. Does anyone know if these are the same port day deals I will find onboard or could they be even lower onboard? Is it better to book these in advance (aside from potentially better scheduling options)? Thanks

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Spa services used to be my favorite part of every cruise.  No longer book as I can get 2 at my local salon for the price of 1 on ship.  Never been able to get the price they post for booking via cruise planner.  Must by like the car dealers, they had 1 car at that price and sold it when door opened in morning.

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