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Old January 14th, 2014, 08:09 AM
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Default Just something I was wondering about...

Prior to the introduction of FTTF, occasionally someone would post that they had found a Zone One boarding pass hidden under one of the seats in the waiting area at the port. I haven't seen any postings about that since Carnival introduced the FTTF option. So I was wondering, does Carnival still hide any boarding passes in their waiting areas, and has anyone recently found one, or is that no longer done since FTTF was introduced?
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I haven't heard of that happening since FTTF. Which sort of makes sense - what would they give away a freebie if they can earn money on this feature?
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I haven't heard them doing this in a long time, but I don't think one thing has anything to do with the other.

The card was usually placed in a section of the general boarding area where the guests would typically have a much higher zone number. There are still well over 100 guests who have arrived for checkin early enough to get a zone one card on their own.

FTTF is seated in their own section and I don't think they even get a zone number. I don't get one for being Diamond.
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