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Was looking through some sailings on the Carnival website and noticed that they have taken away the single supplement on sailings in August. 
 

Been awhile since I have seen them take away the single supplement.

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I just popped over and I didn’t see pricing just for one person. All cabins still have the pricing for two people. I looked in August.

 

Maybe I’m confused what single supplement is exactly. I thought it means you pay double occupancy — even though there is one passenger. 
 

?????

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3 minutes ago, Markmom18 said:

I just popped over and I didn’t see pricing just for one person. All cabins still have the pricing for two people. I looked in August.

 

Maybe I’m confused what single supplement is exactly. I thought it means you pay double occupancy — even though there is one passenger. 
 

?????

If you change the search filter to only 1 passenger you will see that it’s without the single supplement at least out of Texas in August. 

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6 hours ago, slavens_09 said:

If you change the search filter to only 1 passenger you will see that it’s without the single supplement at least out of Texas in August. 

 

Thanks for sharing.  I took a look... on the Vista in August, it's good only for interior cabins, though it does seem to be proportionate across my various rate codes.  Tempting...

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That must be what it is. I’ve been keeping vista as a backup plan for my Mardi Gras cruise and the other day when I was checking to see which vista rooms were still available, the upper/lower rooms were almost half the the price of the two twin. Usually it’s more like a $70 difference. This time it was like $700. With that much of a difference I would actually book one of those. I haven’t seen that since my first cruise.

 

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The 1a's are on sale for October in Texas.  I got a 5 night on the Breeze for $299.  Then 2 days later, it dropped to $259.  I saw that the Vista had some 1a's also on sale.

I ended up booking 2 5 nights, back to back.  Couldn't beat the price.

 

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14 minutes ago, crdtrnr said:

The 1a's are on sale for October in Texas.  I got a 5 night on the Breeze for $299.  Then 2 days later, it dropped to $259.  I saw that the Vista had some 1a's also on sale.

I ended up booking 2 5 nights, back to back.  Couldn't beat the price.

 

Wow I missed that price but seems like prices come and go. First time I looked sept 27 was cheapest. Then the one you mentioned but never saw it as low as either of your prices. Still a good deal. 

 

Some solo supplement on that date when  I looked, but like 20 to 40%, not 100% like usual  but cheers you only pay for one, not two pax. Works for me. I'm right there with ya.

 

There was also a 1a on vista for 599 for oct 30 plus taxes. Plus whatever else like cheers.  I had a hard time deciding. But already doing vista. 

 

I didnt see it june 1st, when  op says August was a good deal. 

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I was able to take advantage of this, and got a 'better' room, on Horizon. I was paid in full, but got the difference in OBC. Went from a standard interior to porthole upper/lower. I'd rather have a larger bed, but for the OBC, I'll gladly 'sell' Carnival that bed for a twin, portholes, and a couch.

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15 hours ago, Honolulu Blue said:

 

Thanks for sharing.  I took a look... on the Vista in August, it's good only for interior cabins, though it does seem to be proportionate across my various rate codes.  Tempting...

  
   Ahhh .... interior cabins only.  Ok, I was looking at Balcony.
 Thank you Honolulu Blue for clarifying. 🙂🙂

 🛳🛳

 Bobbi 

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6 hours ago, bgrmini said:

I was able to take advantage of this, and got a 'better' room, on Horizon. I was paid in full, but got the difference in OBC. Went from a standard interior to porthole upper/lower. I'd rather have a larger bed, but for the OBC, I'll gladly 'sell' Carnival that bed for a twin, portholes, and a couch.

   
  Only once did I book a Porthole cabin. On either Inspiration or Imagination. I loved sitting in the nook looking out the window. A great price at the time too.

 

 My “But” is .... the noise!

It was only a 4 day cruise. Just couldn’t get past that loud metal clacking/banging!!

 

Just my 2 cents ...

 

🛳🛳

Bobbi 

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