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4 minutes ago, saytheb said:

I bought a couple passes for the Coco beach club for our Feb 15th cruise for $80/ea and was a bit unsure it was really worth that much (was hoping for some folks reviews to really seal the deal). I noticed today though that it seems they've adjusted the price just slightly...

I got a steal! 😂

 

They were shocked by how much lobster people ate the first three days and had to recalculate. 😉

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After all of the people posting these price increases I checked my two for Odyssey.  For the inaugural sailing it's still at $79, and for the following week (when both Odyssey and Symphony will be on the island) it's only gone up to $99 (so far).   I'm glad I grabbed both weeks when I did, I'm sure the prices will change - even if I don't know yet if I'll even make it there.

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Just now, SpeedNoodles said:

After all of the people posting these price increases I checked my two for Odyssey.  For the inaugural sailing it's still at $79, and for the following week (when both Odyssey and Symphony will be on the island) it's only gone up to $99 (so far).   I'm glad I grabbed both weeks when I did, I'm sure the prices will change - even if I don't know yet if I'll even make it there.

I'm really surprised that they are going for $200 after having gone from $79 when I bought to ~$93 on the 4th. Maybe they're trying to push the cabanas at the other spots? I noticed South Beach cabana is down to $899 after having been shy of $2000 for the last few months.

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2 minutes ago, SpeedNoodles said:

After all of the people posting these price increases I checked my two for Odyssey.  For the inaugural sailing it's still at $79, and for the following week (when both Odyssey and Symphony will be on the island) it's only gone up to $99 (so far).   I'm glad I grabbed both weeks when I did, I'm sure the prices will change - even if I don't know yet if I'll even make it there.

Looks like you did the right thing. It's always easy to cancel if you decide, down the road, to do that.  ....but waaay more painful to pick up a reservation once the prices have started to rise. I wish I listened to my own advice more often...  😁

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Just now, saytheb said:

I'm really surprised that they are going for $200 after having gone from $79 when I bought to ~$93 on the 4th. Maybe they're trying to push the cabanas at the other spots? I noticed South Beach cabana is down to $899 after having been shy of $2000 for the last few months.

Yeah, I was surprised, too, seeing as how Odyssey is nearly sold out on both sailings with only a handful of rooms left (literally about 25 left on the inaugural sailing and under 80 left the following week).

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1 minute ago, WAAAYTOOO said:

Looks like you did the right thing. It's always easy to cancel if you decide, down the road, to do that.  ....but waaay more painful to pick up a reservation once the prices have started to rise. I wish I listened to my own advice more often...  😁

Who do you think I've learned all of this stuff from?? lol

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1st time cruiser here: I was just looking at it yesterday at $79 and debating if I should. Now I’m super bummed I didn’t book it. So I guess I learned today to book now (pay now) and cancel and rebook later if the price decrease? Is that the strategy? Think the price for Coco Beach club will decrease at some point? We’re sailing on Oasis Nov. 2020. 

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2 hours ago, saytheb said:

I bought a couple passes for the Coco beach club for our Feb 15th cruise for $80/ea and was a bit unsure it was really worth that much (was hoping for some folks reviews to really seal the deal). I noticed today though that it seems they've adjusted the price just slightly...

I got a steal! 😂

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Wow that’s nuts! 

I originally booked it for our Symphony in May for $69.99. Then it went down to $54.99! I cancelled and rebooked in a hurry! 

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14 minutes ago, AnnieBanannie said:

1st time cruiser here: I was just looking at it yesterday at $79 and debating if I should. Now I’m super bummed I didn’t book it. So I guess I learned today to book now (pay now) and cancel and rebook later if the price decrease? Is that the strategy? Think the price for Coco Beach club will decrease at some point? We’re sailing on Oasis Nov. 2020. 

Yep, that's the way to do it with anything in the Cruise Planner.

If they find that people won't pay $199, the price will likely come down.  If people do, well, we're all out of luck if we didn't get it at the lower price. Luckily the island is a great place even without the Beach Club.

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To me, this is further proof that RC pricing and sales is all automated, and based on how things are selling. They track how things on every cruise are selling before, and during sailings. If things are selling REALLY well...up up up go the prices (to maximize profit and/or push people to other items, like other cabanas). If things are not selling, prices drop, and/or out come the 10 Drink Cards while sailing....it really would be pretty straight forward programming and algorithms to automate. 199 is CRAZY...only explanation is they don't want people booking it. 

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On 2/7/2020 at 4:24 AM, TotalF said:

We snagged it for ~43 bucks so the cost for our entire family of four is actually less then what the cost for one person is right now 😂

I wonder, how many lobsters can I stuff down my speedo before it looks weird?

Hopefully there is not a tank with live lobsters.

Could be more entertaining than pier runners catching the ship.

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2 hours ago, AnnieBanannie said:

I was just able to snag this for $79/person just now for our Oasis of the Seas for Nov 22-28, 2020!! It was riding high at $109 for a while.

Same here for our Harmony sailing this August, was 79 adults 54 child. Our October independence sailing is still sitting at 99, which seems weird given the lower crowds when school is in. 

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My 5/2021 Symphony sailing is at $79.00  It came up today, and we booked it.  

Our motivation is/was that due to all of these cruises being cancelled and the FCC something like the beach club will be quick to sell out.  

Our sailing will also be going to Labadee, thus with the same thought process we picked up the clamshell (lounger for 2), it was cheap.  

That is the beauty of having a 0% interest credit card that gives points and OBC from RCL.  

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