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March 13, 2011 12:00 AM

Christopher Elliott: 'Free' cruise offers usually include a gotcha

We did, and asked all the pertinent info about the trip, and how much it would cost and if there were any other fees and expenses. A representative explained that it was a "free" promotional trip and that the only thing we had to pay was a departure fee of $190 and any expenses that we might incur getting to the cruise ship's port of departure in Miami.

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