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Old April 3rd, 2011, 08:53 PM
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On Friday I received an email from Casinos at Sea offering a complimentary Stateroom for any of 5 cruises that NCL has over the next 4 months. Has anyone else received this and is it legit? Are there any conditions or anything that they don't make you aware of until you're on the ship? What do I pay for and is there an extra charge for bringing a companion?

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Old April 3rd, 2011, 09:17 PM
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We are sailing this month on the Epic through a similar offer from our travel agent/Harrah's connection. The offer we booked is for a complimentary inside cabin, and we paid taxes, port/fuel charges, etc.
My husband is the primary gambler, and he is the only one that is obligated to be on the cruise, so I guess I would be considered a companion.
Our agent said there are no conditions attached, only there is an expectation we would spend our customary time in the casino based on previous play. With the money we are saving on the cabin, I'm sure that will be the case! ;-)
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Old April 3rd, 2011, 09:57 PM
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Thank you for responding. So you and your husband didn't pay for the companion, just the tax for 2 people? How much did that come to?
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Default is this for the slot tournament?

If it is we are going out of NY in a balcony cabin with a $200 slot tournament fee for about $300 per person for the taxes. We are on the July 30th cruise.
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Old April 3rd, 2011, 10:09 PM
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All of the offers were similar in price; the cruise we selected was $267 pp. If you compare your offer to the regular posted prices, you will see that it is a great deal.
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Old April 3rd, 2011, 10:11 PM
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Casinos at Sea complimentary Stateroom

I got a similar offer via Harrah's/CAS and I checked on the Spirit out of New Orleans. It does not cover port fees. Check your info that you got for that too.

GUEST FARE $160 per person
GOVERNMENT TAXES/FEES $94.76 per person

$509.52 for 2 people for the complimentary inside stateroom 7 day Spirit cruise out of NOLA, with the 4 extra port stops. I believe you would have to pay for 2 people anyway, so you might as well bring someone.

When I first got it, I assumed the 399 per person, or whatever it is on the NCL site would be covered and I would just pay the $94.76 per person. Then I called and found out differently.

They did tell me originally when I got the free certificate that it would be about 250 per person, for the complimentary stateroom. I had thought that was with the 12 per day DSC and 10 a day possible fuel charge, which would come out to about 250 with that 94.76.

I know now there isn't a fuel charge, but they have the ability to add it whenever.

So, it is about 250 per person, not including DSC.

It comes out to about 60% off of the NCL cruise fare, depending on which inside stateroom I would get.
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I accepted a CAS offer for my next slot tournament cruise in October. We have a balcony cabin, deck 10 mid-ship. We pay the the taxes and port charges only. A fabulous deal!

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Expect to pay $200-$300 each for taxes and fees. And the daily service charge of course.

And the daily "donations" to the casino. You will of course get a drink card since this is via CAS.

We have gotten some of these as well. Must be these particular cruises are running low in bookings.
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OP.. if you look at my signature, all of the NCL cruises we have taken or have booked in the future were comp'ed by CAS except for our very first NCL cruise. When you call CAS to book a cruise, they will tell you what cabin catagory they are able to comp for you based on your play in the casino on your last cruise. If you choose to book whatever catagory that is, then all you will owe is your taxes and port fees. This is a thank you from CAS for the play you did on your last cruise. While they do hope you will continue that same play or more on the comp'ed cruise, there is no obligation. If you do not play in the casino equal to or more than your last cruise, you just won't be given a simular offer until you cruise again (paying your own way) with same or better play.

Years ago, when we first booked our first cruise through CAS where they comp'ed us, we were told that if on the comp'ed cruise we did not play enough to satisfy them comp'ing the cruise we were on we could be charged back for the comp'ed cruise. I guess they had a hard time enforcing that because like I say they have not done that in a long time.

There maybe exceptions to you bringing a guest. For example I had never heard of a cabin being comp'ed where the second guest had to be paid for until this last offer for the slot tournament. I have read on CC where people called to book that but because they were taking a guest not invited by CAS, the second guest fare had to be paid. I had never heard of that before. Usually CAS just comp's the cruise period.

Bottom line is, whatever you are told, when you call to book the cruise with CAS, that you owe is all that you will owe, except of course whatever onboard expenses you incur. Daily Service Charges will be considered an onboard expense that you will be responsible for.
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As with Terrymtex above, all our cruises on NCL are a result of comp'd cabins through Harrah's and CAS. This includes the first one, which occurred when Harrah's bought into NCL and moved their business over from RCCL.

As others have said, you are comp'd the cabin charge only, with the cabin selection based on your play level on previous cruises. You are responsible for all taxes, port fees, excursions, etc - in short, anything beyond the basic cabin charge. Since all cabins are booked double occupancy, there is no problem if you want to bring a second person along.

We have noticed that the level of comp'd cabin depends not only on your level of play, but on the class of ship and the itinerary too. So for the Epic (new ship, popular itineraries) you're going to get a lower level of cabin than you would on the Spirit (older ship, less popular itineraries) for the same level of play. That's fine with us, we prefer the smaller ships, and you can get good itineraries on them too.

Once on the ship, do get to know your casino director. He or She is responsible for all your comps on the ship, including dinners, spa treatments, and most importantly, the level of credit the casino will give you off your final bill. Again, it's all based on your play in the casino, but you can help yourself out by being more than just a name on a computer list to that person.
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I have received three of these in the past month or so. The first was the invite for the tourney (email followed by snail mail), the second was a "Book by April 30, sail by April 30" (snail mail), the third has a bit longer booking and sailing period (email), all in various cabin types. Wish I had the time to add these to my other regular comped CAS sailings, I would be sailing 5 times yearly! Maybe it's a good thing I don't have the time right now, I would be broke from all that casino time ! Highest we have ever paid in taxes/fees was about $600 for two, with any kind of comped CAS sailing.... Keep in mind that some of the "taxes and fees" are written into the fare posted on NCL.com, so if you see a cabin on the website for $499 pp + $100 port fees, you will be paying higher than $100 for the comp.

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If it is we are going out of NY in a balcony cabin with a $200 slot tournament fee for about $300 per person for the taxes. We are on the July 30th cruise.

Hey Hey - We'll be on the same cruise - same deal ( a great one). Playing in the same tournament ! Best of luck ...
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So I spoke to the CAS rep today for more information on the only complimentary cruise that I would be able to take, Norwegian Jade leaving Venice in July. The amount that I would have to pay upon booking is $479.72 for taxes, that for 2 people in a Balcony (BA) midship 10th deck. Booking on the site, the same cruise would cost $1887.70. Not a bad discount.

The problem now is the airfare to Venice which seems to have increased a lot since I gave it a cursory look on Friday.
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Ah, yes, the airfare..... there's always a downside..... sigh....
but the cruise deal sounds fantastic!!
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If you dont mind my asking how much time do you typically spend playing in the casino to get these offers. We are going on our first NCL cruise next year and love to spend time in the casino. Considering we will have 4 sea days I can see us spending quite a bit of time in there. Also I know in the Nj casinos I always get better comps then my DH because i play slots. He plays the table games mostly and his comps are usually not as good. So my other question is what type of play usually gets the best comps while cruising with NCL? Thank you all for your help.
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If you dont mind my asking how much time do you typically spend playing in the casino to get these offers. We are going on our first NCL cruise next year and love to spend time in the casino. Considering we will have 4 sea days I can see us spending quite a bit of time in there. Also I know in the Nj casinos I always get better comps then my DH because i play slots. He plays the table games mostly and his comps are usually not as good. So my other question is what type of play usually gets the best comps while cruising with NCL? Thank you all for your help.
I've only been on one NCL cruise, which is why I was surprised to receive a complimentary stateroom offer. It was for 7 days with 3 sea days. I spent a few hours each night at the craps table and part of the sea days as well. Granted I played a few thousand dollars over the course of the trip, at a land based casino my play would be enough for a comp room at most. On NCL it was enough for a comp cruise except for taxes.
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I've only been on one NCL cruise, which is why I was surprised to receive a complimentary stateroom offer. It was for 7 days with 3 sea days. I spent a few hours each night at the craps table and part of the sea days as well. Granted I played a few thousand dollars over the course of the trip, at a land based casino my play would be enough for a comp room at most. On NCL it was enough for a comp cruise except for taxes.
We received the same offer and are seriously considering the Europe cruise also, except the airfare is so pricey. My husband did about the same amount of play at the craps table as you described.
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Thank you for your responses. That will not be a problem for us either. But the same here in land based casinos we get comped meals and rooms. So we should be ok.
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As with Terrymtex above, all our cruises on NCL are a result of comp'd cabins through Harrah's and CAS. This includes the first one, which occurred when Harrah's bought into NCL and moved their business over from RCCL.

As others have said, you are comp'd the cabin charge only, with the cabin selection based on your play level on previous cruises. You are responsible for all taxes, port fees, excursions, etc - in short, anything beyond the basic cabin charge. Since all cabins are booked double occupancy, there is no problem if you want to bring a second person along.

Once on the ship, do get to know your casino director. He or She is responsible for all your comps on the ship, including dinners, spa treatments, and most importantly, the level of credit the casino will give you off your final bill. Again, it's all based on your play in the casino, but you can help yourself out by being more than just a name on a computer list to that person.
I just returned from my 2nd comped Harrahs/CAS cruise. To add a little humor here, I felt like a baby being placed in the arms of an Aunt, when Total Rewards had everything set up for CAS to look after “my needs” once on board.

Thanks for the info Videotech. I did try to get to know the casino host but I do have to say I’ve had much better exec. hosts from my land based casinos. I did find her rather useless and I am a very very low maintenance gamer. The casino manager on the other hand knew me by name and was very helpful if I did have any questions.

The one thing I did not know was that you could be comped for extras on the ship like dinners and or spa treatments. I’ll definitely have to look into this on our next cruise.

I did want to correct one thing though since I was caught by this error of words. You have quoted that you have to pay “port fees” which is what Harrahs state as well when they offer you a certificate. You actually are responsible for NCF fees which is inclusive of port fees. On our last cruise we got reimbursed for a port missed and I was quite confused that this amount did not even come close to equaling one port amount I paid. When I contacted NCL upon my return to enquire I was told what used to be called port fees were now NCF’s and since it included many things the name was changed. It is still a wonderful savings but it’s always nice to know exactly what you are being charged for.

Also thanks to Terrymex01 above for mentioning you could call CAS directly to see if I am eligible for another comped cruise, that saves me from waiting to see if Harrahs will offer me another certificate, or having to flying to Las Vegas to pick it up.
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The one thing I did not know was that you could be comped for extras on the ship like dinners and or spa treatments. I’ll definitely have to look into this on our next cruise.

In my experience, this is not something you ask for. When you have qualified, they will approach you and offer.

We had 3 free dinners & 2 1.5 hour spa treatments on our 2nd-last cruise, and 3 free dinners (with bottle of wine) on our last as well....and each of those times, the host approached us.



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