Getting a last-minute deal on a cruise requires a little bit of homework. Websites that sell cruises often have last-minute deals, but you need to sign up for them in advance, usually for a weekly e-newsletter. You also should search for social-networking pages for cruise lines, which often offer discounts. Most cruise lines don't have single cabins, so you either have to pay a supplement for a single or share a cabin.
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Cruise Cheap, a cruise consolidator, has a drop-down menu or singles cruises on its cruise search banner. If you give your e-mail address, they will notify you of hot deals by e-mail. The site also offers promotions, like a £325 on-board credit when you pay with your American Express card.
Cruises Only has a weekly newsletter that offers last-minute discounts of up to 80 per cent off. The site has a Facebook page where you can get early notification of deals. Cruises Only also offers information for singles on gay-friendly cruises.
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Vacations to Go has two ways to search for bargains. The "90 day ticker" offers last-minute cruises, while "find a bargain" has a longer lead time, with promotions like two for one, where you can bring a single friend. A singles cruise specialist can help with finding a roommate to avoid a single supplement, and the e-newsletter offers weekly bargains.
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