With over 1 million price change data points happening across all cruiselines we took a closer look at Majesty of the Seas. While the actual cruise price can and will fluctuate, we looked at the average pricing in relation to the initial price (being 100). If a cruise would get cheaper, it's price index will get below 100, if it gets more expensive, it will be over 100. We then looked at this data in relation to the time before cruise, starting 600 days before departure up to the departure day.
The following charts are showing you the average, relative price in relation to the departure day. Simply speaking, a curve that is sloping downwards signals dropping prices while one aching upwards is showing price increases.
Please note that this is just average data. Special situations such as undersold or oversold cruises will impact prices as well. So it checks to verify individual sailings.
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