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Does anyone have any experience with Wholesalebooker.com?

aaronisu 3 10 July 20, 2015 at 10:06 AM in Travel (2)
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There is a crowdcut deal today for $49 that supposedly gets you a free cruise a membership to a wholesalebooker.com. Surely there has to be a catch, right?

http://www.crowdcut.com/national/...les-direct

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No experience with them but here's the FINE PRINT:

Expires 12 months from date purchased
Limit 1 per customer, may purchase 2 additional as gifts.
3-7 Night Cruise:
$99 deposit (refundable-cash back)
Also a $98 deposit (this one is refundable only for a $100 restaurant gift certificate)
$99 per person one-time non-refundable fee.
Port Fees avg $89-$225 per person at booking time. Subject to lower or higher fees based on length of cruise & ship type & itinerary. In most but not all cases this offer saves hundreds off the total cost of booking elsewhere
Valid for 2 adults 21+. Add additional guests for extra costs.
May combine with airfare only certificate through us
Choose a 3, 5, or 7 night cruise.
After redemption is completed, provide 60 days notice at booking time.
This voucher is meant for September to December cruises. Other months are fine, but considered peak and have a surcharge of approx $50-$150 per person.
Cruises/dates/locations based on promotional availability. Additional availability may be available for adherence to additional terms.
You may request upgrades at booking time for a fee.
Expires in 12 months from purchase date.
Only 1 per household per year. Multiple may be given as gifts.
For All Ports, Destinations, Terms & Redemption visit here & Use E-mail: nCrowd8@halfofftoday.com.
This great bonus comes with your $500 Wholesalebooker.com Credit
$500 Wholesalebooker.com Credit:
Your $500 Wholesalebooker.com Credit covers the $500 Lifetime Membership fee for unlimited access to Wholesalebooker.com
The lowest price may not always be available for every single option, however most hotels and other travel options provide a great savings over rates you can find elsewhere, especially hotels
Unlike most all travel search engines, we do not mark up the prices from suppliers— we forgo that profit and pass on a the savings to you! You are therefore receiving a lifetime of wholesale travel to be accessed online at anytime.
There is a $12 annual maintenance fee starting year 2 if you wish to continue each year.
Visit http://Wholesalebooker.com/faq/ for more details.
This voucher has no cash value
email nCrowd8@halfofftoday.com.



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About Your 3-7 Night Cruise

Enjoy a 3, 4, 5, or 7 night cruise on a Carnival, Norwegian or Royal Caribbean ship
Destinations Include: Bahamas, Bermuda, Eastern & Western Caribbean, Mexican Riviera
Ports include: Florida: Port Canaveral, Jacksonville, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, Miami. Also: Galveston, New Orleans, & Los Angeles.
Additional ports may be available for a surcharge based on availability including: Seattle, New York, Boston, Cape Liberty, Charleston (you may request more options at booking time only)
This comes with your Wholesalebooker.com credit.
About Your $500 Wholesalebooker.com Credit

Receive lifetime access to our wholesale booking search engine
Receive great discounts on hotels, cruises, airfare, car rentals, attractions, and vacation homes across the US and worldwide. The greatest savings is on hotels.
Search tens of thousands of options and save thousands over your lifetime!
No need to search online anywhere else for travel bookings again! Your lifetime access is a $500 value and covered by this deal!
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Aside from the cruise offer, would like to know if wholesalebooker.com is worth it for the hotel rates.

I assume the 'free' cruise is a repositioning cruise & you end up paying the going rate with all the fees & surcharges.
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wholesalebooker.com is good choice to get the best offer for hotels

i had great experience with that
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of course New User. mind listing your great experience?
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Quote from SinglePapa View Post :
of course New User. mind listing your great experience?
Exactly, SinglePapa! A new user account created October 2015 with one comment in this thread only. I would love to hear their "great experience" with this company. laugh out loud
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Quote from techtraders View Post :
wholesalebooker.com is good choice to get the best offer for hotels

i had great experience with that
LOL. I bet you $1000 i can find better prices on any "deal" you find on their website.
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[Why would you lie to people? Whosalebooker can't save you any money, trust me on that. You want a website that will save you money go to skyauction.com Free and you actually save money, just make sure you read the fine print. I'm just a regular guy that likes to shop around i'm not promoting skyauction but i'm glad i found it cause i have save thousands of dollars. I pay for wholesalebooker membership because i thought it was going to save me even more money but nope i still haven't find 1 good deal. I had done over 100 search and i always find better prices elsewhere.
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I have bought travel on SkyAuction. Reading the fine print is important. I didn't and it would have cost me a lot of money as I thought the charge was per stay, not per night -- I was lucky that the dates I had wanted were not available. I was lucky that time, but another time, my dates were not available for a trip I would have wanted to go on. Both times, I didn't have any issues being charged.

I did book a week long hotel and air trip to Acapulco from Boston for $405 per person and another from Newark for $700/pp to Puerto Vallarta. Both trips were a few years ago and I do occasionally check it, but have not bought anything lately.
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these are nice long stories (including all the time u'd wasted on Skyauction)- but how does Skyauction do better compared to everything else?
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Quote from KingAntonio View Post :
[Why would you lie to people? Whosalebooker can't save you any money, trust me on that. You want a website that will save you money go to skyauction.com Free and you actually save money, just make sure you read the fine print. I'm just a regular guy that likes to shop around i'm not promoting skyauction but i'm glad i found it cause i have save thousands of dollars. I pay for wholesalebooker membership because i thought it was going to save me even more money but nope i still haven't find 1 good deal. I had done over 100 search and i always find better prices elsewhere.
Very good king antonio to explain everything
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Quote from emorriswa View Post :
Aside from the cruise offer, would like to know if wholesalebooker.com is worth it for the hotel rates.

I assume the 'free' cruise is a repositioning cruise & you end up paying the going rate with all the fees & surcharges.
I have a membership its not worth it.
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Quote from SinglePapa View Post :
these are nice long stories (including all the time u'd wasted on Skyauction)- but how does Skyauction do better compared to everything else?
Skyauction is free and. it actually saves you money. Example I booked a hotel in Costa Rica for $200 when everywhere else it was going for $350 I couldn't believe the deal I got. I went back to the same hotel and it cost me almost double the price booking with urlhasbeenblocked
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