The website says 2-$4000 air credit for asia travel but I can't find specifics for each cruise. Is there a way to find the info online or do I need to call for each cruise I am interested in?
ChoiceAir® Credit (CAC). Book by March 31, 2013 and receive a voyage fare credit of $1,000 or $2,000 per person. This offer is available for Club Oceanview and higher stateroom categories on select 2013-2014 Asia voyages
my guess would be ocean view and balcony get $1,000 pp and full suites get the $2,000.
Talk to your agent and they'll be able to provide you the exact information you're looking for.
Keep in mind that sometimes a good deal sounds better than it is. For example, I love the one where they advertise 'free airfare'. So, you call them and ask them how much it is and they give you a price. Then you ask how much it is if you don't get the airfare and the price is reduced. Wait a minute! If it's free airfare, how come the cruise price is less if you don't want the airfare??? And the funny thing is, if you book the cruise without the airfare and then do your own independent air, often you can end up spending less than if you booked the cruise with the 'free airfare'. Go figure!
Just don't assume that the special they're offering is the best deal for you. Again, your agent will be able to check out all the options to help you determine the best way to go.
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