Ahoy jetsetters! As homage to Johnny’s recent transoceanic travels, we’d like for you to share your favorite cruise travel tip. The contestant with the best, most useful tip will receive this week’s travel swag bag valued at just over $100 USD.

How: Complete the following sentence in comment section below. My favorite cruise travel tip is _____________.

 Include your name and an email address. All official contest rules apply.

What You’ll Win: 

1. NiceSeats: Designed to make any public seat a little nicer and a bit more comfortable, the NiceSeat is a soft, fabric cover that slips on over a seat in a matter of seconds. The set comes with a seat cover, a travel sized pillow, and an eye mask and reduces the exposure to germs and potential bed bugs. (Reverse pouch for handy storage and machine washable for easy care).

2. The Everything Family Guide To Budget Travel: Veteran travel writer Kelly Merritt proves taking a fun, family vacation doesn’t have to break the bank. From visiting popular sites during the off-season to straying from the overcrowded “touristy hot spots” for a new, eye-opening experience, Merritt offers great insight on creative ways to plan affordable trips. This easy-to-use guide features hundreds of unique, family friendly ideas and soon you’ll discover, you can’t leave home without it.

3. Trace Me Luggage Tracker: This provides travelers with a strong, durable, Airline checkable tag for your luggage that has a unique serial number and 2D bar code and can always be identified and returned to you. Just register your TRACE ME serial number  at www.immobilise.com and your luggage will be accounted for at all times.

4. PassKit, 2 Passport Booklet Covers/1 Zipper Holder w/ Lanyard: Made of durable, vinyl plastic that protects from the wear and tear of travel (water, salt, moisture, dust, and sand)  this protective cover is easy to access and remove if needed and comes with a lanyard to wear around your neck, fasten inside luggage, or loop around the handle of a purse for security. You can never be too vigilant of your valuables, and while abroad this is a travel must-have. Holder may be purchased at Store Smart.

5. The BugZip: This luggage and clothing encasement is specially designed  for advanced resistance to bed bugs. The clear, plastic cover protects all clothing, bags, and belongings during travel and greatly reduces the transfer/movement of bed bugs to the home and from place to place.

When: The last day/time to enter will be on Monday, July 30th at 6pm PTThe winner will be announced next Wednesday, August 1st and be contacted by a JohnnyJet.com representative.

Why: Free swag. Need I say more?

Trishna Patel

Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card

  • Earn 60,000 bonus points after you spend $4,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening. That's $750 toward travel when you redeem through Chase Ultimate Rewards®
  • 2X points on travel and dining at restaurants worldwide & 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases.
  • Get 25% more value when you redeem for airfare, hotels, car rentals and cruises through Chase Ultimate Rewards. For example, 60,000 points are worth $750 toward travel
  • Get unlimited deliveries with a $0 delivery fee and reduced service fees on orders over $12 for a minimum of one year on qualifying food purchases with DashPass, DoorDash's subscription service. Activate by 12/31/21.
  • Earn 5X points on Lyft rides through March 2022. That’s 3X points in addition to the 2X points you already earn on travel.

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10 Comments On "Share Your Favorite Cruise Tip And Win Travel Goodies"
  1. Lisa F|

    My favorite cruise travel tip is taking along and using a clear plastic hanging shoe holder to store and keep small to medium-sized items visible and handy. We keep sunglasses, sunscreen, sanitizer, a small flashlight, makeup, walkie talkies, small evening purse, extra batteries, etc… in this holder. Usually we hang it on the back of the bathroom door. If that door is too wide for the hooks, we hang it over a closet door or on the closet rack.

  2. Tom Matuschak|

    My favorite cruise travel tip is to sign up for Cruise Critic. At this site not only can you learn all about cruising from experienced cruisers you can also chat with people on your cruise. When chatting with others on your cruise you have the opportunity to make private shore excursions and activities while onboard with others on Cruise Critic. Some cruise lines have special parties for Cruise Critic members as well.

  3. Jerry Mandel|

    In USA—-Take your Toll Tag gadget in case you go on any toll roads or in any toll places, such as airports and parks.

  4. Jeff Rowland|

    my favorite cruise tip is to convert (if necessary) text documents to a PDF format which can be transferred to a IPAD for reading. Text files can be transferred to a IPOD for reading.

  5. William Chinn|

    My favorite cruise tip is: As soon as you book your cruise take a look at the shore excursions the cruise line offers. Decide what you want to do and write down the cost. See if there are independent excursions (or car rentals/tours) for that area on the internet and see if you can determine their cost for a similar excursion. If you can’t get one cheaper, don’t wait to book the excursion as the popular ones fill up quickly. If you do get locked out try the independent even if it isn’t cheaper because that is what you wanted in the first place. At your last stop try to determine if the cruise line offers any transportation to anywhere close. They will often have a bus ride to the airport or train station and you can continue your vacation.

  6. Fran V|

    before going, print up personal “calling cards” (business card size) to hand out to your new friends – with your name(s), address, phone number, email address, etc. An easy way to share your information to stay in touch with people that you meet on the cruise!

  7. Jeffrey Bell|

    My favorite cruise travel tip is simply bring several large reusable beverage cups with lids. There is usually free lemonade, Ice Tea, or Soda available around the ship. This will cut down on purchases for something to drink at odd times.

  8. RobRob|

    My favorite travel tip – not just for cruises: Take photocopies and/or a USB drive with images of all important documents (passport, license, medical forms, credit cards,etc.) and keep them in your cabin safe just in case! It can be a nightmare if you lose any of these in port; having a copy in your cabin can really help!

  9. Paradise Travel 4 Me|

    DineNWine Tip….pre-reserve dining at specialty restaurants on select sailings/cruise lines prior to departure for additional savings~discounts/BYOB(s) at embarkation and/or ports of call and pay a corkage fee onboard ( Policies on guests bringing alcohol onboard vaires by cruise lines-detailed info provided post contest!)

  10. Linda Lowe|

    To get the absolute lowest price on your last minute cruise, first to go to user friendly http://www.vacationstogo.com and click on “90-day Ticker.” Then click on the heading “Our Starting Price” which will put the list in price order. Once you find the cruise you want, go to http://www.cruisecompete.com and enter the cruise details stating what price you want to beat andt cruise companies will compete to give you the lowest price.

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