Royal Caribbean Royal Caribbean: Kids Sail FREE on Select Cruises + 50% Off Second Guest Fares Kids Sail FREE on Select Cruises!

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Take a fantastic voyage with your kids with Royal Caribbean, because kids 12 and under sail for free when you book a select cruise between August 1 and 31!

With this offer, kids 12 and under who are booked in the same stateroom as qualifying guests will sail for free on cruises four days or longer that depart between September 1, 2017 and May 15, 2018! You can also save on cruise fares by taking advantage of Royal Caribbrans's concurrent promotion, where you can save 50% off the price of a second ticket and 25% off the price of a third or fourth ticket with the purchase of a full-price ticket!

There are over 100 cruises currently eligible, including trips to the Bahamas, Caribbean and Europe.

There are some exclusions, as some cruise dates are ineligible and the offer excludes China departures -- click here to read the full terms and conditions.

This offer is only available if you book your trip before August 31, so seas the day and book your cruise before it's too late! Your kids will be thrilled when you tell them a-boat this offer!

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    • lol you kept writing "kids sale free" and I thought it was a pretty punny name for the promotion... turns out nope it's actually kids sail free.
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    • Thanks for pointing it out. Fixed the sale and sails...
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    • southnam wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 7:28 pm
      Thanks for pointing it out. Fixed the sale and sails...
      What kind of all in cost are we talking about?
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    • duren11 wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 8:40 pm
      What kind of all in cost are we talking about?
      Way too many variables to consider. Where do you want to go, how many people, how many days, which ship etc...
      Like anything you buy, there are many options.

      Here is a sample booking for family of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids) Wester Caribbean 6 day on Freedom of the seas on Feb 25, 2017. $1867 with 50 OBC. Cheapest option for 6 day cruise.
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    • Always for family of 4 or less... We are 7 so we would need 2 staterooms. With that, no 50% on second guest and no free kids because we need to have 1 adult per stateroom... 😢

      No way for us to go on a cruise without paying a couple of thousands...
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    • We are family of five. Would kids sail free work for 3 kids in one stateroom do understand you have to call in.

      Myrandor wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 9:03 pm
      Always for family of 4 or less... We are 7 so we would need 2 staterooms. With that, no 50% on second guest and no free kids because we need to have 1 adult per stateroom... 😢

      No way for us to go on a cruise without paying a couple of thousands...
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    • runeash wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 9:07 pm
      We are family of five. Would kids sail free work for 3 kids in one stateroom do understand you have to call in.
      Yes, but you have to call in because they won't let you book with 5 on the website. I have 3 kids too.
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    • Myrandor wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 9:03 pm
      Always for family of 4 or less... We are 7 so we would need 2 staterooms. With that, no 50% on second guest and no free kids because we need to have 1 adult per stateroom... 😢

      No way for us to go on a cruise without paying a couple of thousands...
      so you have 2 adults and 5 kids?
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    • remember kids pay full taxes and also full tips for them . i think the link OP posted has artifically inflated pricing, beacuse on the exact sailing that i was quoted on the site for $2100 CAD, I was able to get it for $1500 usd (which is about $1800 cad) with popular cruise online site, AND they didn't have 50% off on the second guest , just kids free.
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    • Tips / gratuities are extra $13.50 a person a day. That's USD unfortunately.
      As previous poster mentioned, you may find it cheaper to book from a US online retailer who charges in USD. Technically they are not allowed to undersell RCCL in price from what I have been told. But they can offer incentives that RCCL won't offer. If you search online or go through things like cruise compete you will find that you can get some good deals from US companies that CDN companies may not be able to beat. With our low exchange rate it may make sense to go with a large US cruise wholesaler company.
      This was discussed in other thread. If I can find it, I will post the link. I personally like to have a travel agent working for me that doesn't treat me like just a number. But we are all comfortable with different things.
      When the CDN money was better a few years back, it was much better to book with Canadian company.
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    • a question about kids' age -- if a kid was born in Nov 2005, can he/she be entitled for Kids Sail Free for a cruiser in Dec 2017?
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    • runeash wrote:
      Aug 1st, 2017 9:07 pm
      We are family of five. Would kids sail free work for 3 kids in one stateroom do understand you have to call in.
      Trying contacting a travel agent. We're also a family of 5 and a travel agent was able to get us an oceanview balcony the last time they had the 60% off second guest and kids sail free
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    • Perfect timing! We (extended fam) are quickly deciding on a cruise for Dec/Jan and we all have small kids.

      Thanks!
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    • Are everyone going on these cruises flying down to Miami first?
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    • kat09 wrote:
      Aug 2nd, 2017 4:30 am
      Trying contacting a travel agent. We're also a family of 5 and a travel agent was able to get us an oceanview balcony the last time they had the 60% off second guest and kids sail free
      There is a special category room on certain ships called family staterooms. They have them as insides, oceanview and promenades depending on the ship. These rooms are cheaper than suites and are reserved for families of 5/6. Ask your agent about this. If you don't have a good agent, pm me and in can send you info on the one I use.
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    • I book this deal back in June.
      As posted before...always check cruisecompete to search for the best deals and email each one with the best quotes for price match or price beat.

      I posted this on the other thread as well, the CAD FX exchange on RC Is generally better then market. I dealt with a US travel agent and she was able to book it with the same CAD rate as RC but she was able to hook me up with some on board credit.

      The person I dealt with Gina did it from cruisebrother if she say she never did before....just say you did it for me (Alan) back in June. I verified with cc statement afterwards and indeed it was charged in the same CAD rate as RC website. But don't be mean about it, she was a nice lady to me.



      Disclaimer: I don't work for them.
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    • Something to point out is the deposits are no longer refundable if you're taking the lowest fare on Royal Caribbean.

      Since the deposit is no longer refundable, they may not honour any price drop adjustment prior to the due date of final payment. Therefore if you're not 100% sure you'll be able to go on the date you choose, or you think prices may go even lower, you may want to pick the higher fare or wait until closer to the sail date to book.
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    • ShadowMordor wrote:
      Aug 2nd, 2017 7:48 am
      I book this deal back in June.
      As posted before...always check cruisecompete to search for the best deals and email each one with the best quotes for price match or price beat.

      I posted this on the other thread as well, the CAD FX exchange on RC Is generally better then market. I dealt with a US travel agent and she was able to book it with the same CAD rate as RC but she was able to hook me up with some on board credit.

      The person I dealt with Gina did it from cruisebrother if she say she never did before....just say you did it for me (Alan) back in June. I verified with cc statement afterwards and indeed it was charged in the same CAD rate as RC website. But don't be mean about it, she was a nice lady to me.
      ----@cruisebrothers.com


      Disclaimer: I don't work for them.
      You shouldn't publicly refer the agent either.
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