Travelocity Cruises

Travelocity is not an actual cruise line. is a discount booking search engine, much like,, and Other discount booking search engines include:

Travelocity can help traveler’s find the best deals on flights, hotels, cars, and cruises. The site also features package deals such as flight + hotel, flight + hotel + car, and hotel + car. One of the most popular functions on the site is the last minute packages deals. Last minute packages can help you save up to 55 percent or more off the market price. Visitors to the site can browse last minute packages by interest (sun & beach, ski, casino, under $250) or by destination (Chicago, Los Angeles, new York, Dallas).

To find cheap Travelocity cruises, all you have to do is enter your destination, length of cruise, month, and cruise line. You can also add additional travel info such as your state/province, whether you are a senior or student, or if you are a frequent cruiser. Travelocity has cruise discounts and deal information for Azamar Club Cruises, Carnival, Celebrity, Costa, Disney, Holland, MSC, Norwegian, Oceania, Princess, Regent, and Royal Caribbean International. To start using Travelocity to find a discount cruise, simply visit the Travelocity website at

Other Ways to Save on Cruises

Cruise lines will do anything to post the “sold out” sign as far in advance as possible. This means, cruisers may enjoy special incentives, credits, and cash back just for booking in advance. If you don’t mind waiting until the last minute, if a cruise is not booked several weeks or so before the cruise departure date, the cruise line will automatically reduce prices. If you book a cruise at the last minute, you may save up to 75 percent.

Other ways to save on cruises include booking off-season, booking with a group, taking advantage of package deals, booking online, and booking with popular cruise lines. Some of the world’s most popular cruise lines include: Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Disney Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Yachts of Seabourn, Regent Seven Seas, Silversea Cruises, and Windstar Cruises.

If you want to book off-season, you will find the most cruise deals in year around destinations. For example, slow or shoulder seasons for say Alaska, may differ from the Mexican Riviera. Here is a list of destinations and their slow seasons: Alaska, May and September; Bermuda, April-May and September-October; Canada/New England, July-August; the Caribbean, late April-May, September-early January; Hawaii, late August, late November, and February; Mexican Riviera, early January and May, October-November; Eastern and Western Mediterranean, March-April and September-November. Expect plenty of perks during these times as well.

Besides travel deals for groups and families, just about every cruise line features special rates for seniors. The only catch is, to lock in special senior rates you cannot book online. You must call a cruise travel specialist or book directly with the cruise line. Keep in mind that a senior is defined as a person who is 55 or older and proof of age is required.

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