Spa/Masasage Prices while in port?

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  1. jenhelgren

    jenhelgren DIS Veteran

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    Are the spa/massage prices cheaper on DCL while the ship is in port? If so, how much of a difference is there is pricing? We are considering staying on the ship while in port atleast once and spa pricing would be a big plus for me!!
     
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  3. Happy100

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    Yes they have port specials. Depending on the port they sometimes book up by noon the day before.

    When you get the Navigators the two nights before your port day you plan to stay on the ship, check out the port specials. Choose one of them and it will be a bargain.

    The best port spa service I got was 80mins: 20min each massage/facial/scalp or foot massage. I also got chocolate covered strawberries and a glass of champagne. It was awesome! I believe it was for $100. This was 4 yrs ago so can't be sure.
     
  4. Cmbar

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    Just off the Wonder. There are spa specials each day. The ones on the port days do seem the best.
    Also be sure to sign up for the spa raffles up in the spa area before 3pm on departure day for the drawings at 3:15. I have never won at that drawing but on 4 out of 5 cruises I have gotten a win of a "secondary raffle" with a 40 credit off treatments. This discount could only be used on port days.
     
  5. wombat10

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    I always wait and schedule one of the port specials. I especially love the samplers!
     
  6. jenhelgren

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    We plan on staying on the ship in Nassau and from what I've read it's not that popular of a port. Does that mean that the spa specials will be less "spectacular" than another port of call? What is the spa drawing for? I just visit the spa entrance before 3pm and enter my name in the box? :confused3
     
  7. jenhelgren

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    We plan on staying on the ship in Nassau and from what I've read it's not that popular of a port. Does that mean that the spa specials will be less "spectacular" than another port of call? What is the spa drawing for? I just visit the spa entrance before 3pm and enter my name in the box? :confused3
     

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