I've just registered with myncl
How can I view the obc to make sure that I actually received it?
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The OBC from a TA will not show up until you are in your room - probably on the first or second day - you will be given a notice about the OBC and you will need to report to the hotel desk and sign the voucher for it. It will show up on your bill as Refundable Credit - as opposed to Non Refundable Credit. This kind of OBC can be used on anything on your bill - if you don't use it then you will be given a refund of what is not used.This is incorrect. I do not mean to be critical.It is not a refundable credit. It cannot be used for gratuities if purchased through NCL however; I have heard that some, not all, TA OBC's can be applied to gratuities. It may appear in your stateroom after boarding but is available now and pretty much immediate. I never had to go and sign any voucher. I have sailed NCL dozens of times and it always works like below.OBC appears on your reservation both in the form PDF that is sent to your e-mail as well as on your NCL on-line account. Also I have booked with TA and my OBC appeared as described below.
NCL sometimes offers OBC for things like booking suites 9 mos in advance and during special sales. The OBC will show up on your docs and is non refundable. It can be used for all purchases onboard the ship - but not the DSC.
Okay, now I'm really confused. We booked with a TA for an 8/12 cruise to Alaska and we got $200 OBC. When I log in and look at the reservation there is nothing re: the OBC. So I called NCL just to see what we had, including some sail-away (?) gifts. Everything except the OBC was on our account per NCL and we were paid in full over 2 months ago. So, I guess I'll check when we check in on the cruise?? If it's not there, then what?