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SusieV

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    Celebrity
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  1. All new clothes for my ten year old to fit the MDR dress code, plus a new suit and shoes. Formalwear for me and my husband that won't fit by the time we cruise again because we are midway through losing weight. Not to mention spending money to get highlights and a mani/pedi that I wouldn't normally have spent because we splurged on a photo package. So much wasted money. We also lost our Priceline reservations- they refused to refund them.
  2. For those of us who might be inexperienced and want to eventually buy stock... how would someone actually do that? I don't have a broker.
  3. my MIL was told that coronavirus is a known issue now so they are not paying out for trip interruption or cancellation. She's going to lose the $1500 she spent on airfare and hotel to get to a cruise that was cancelled after she had arrived.
  4. If there is such a codified policy, I doubt it would find its way on CC.
  5. I've been on CC long enough to remember this is how they handle cancellations very close to sailing date. I've never seen them offer this little in the 16 years I've been a member. And I spend far too much time on the internet. Can you recall a time when they cancelled a sailing within 24 hours and gave less?
  6. I'm holding out for a higher offer. 125% is not enough when they normally give full refund + full fcc. I'd even be happy with 200% FCC.
  7. It sure is. Many other lines are giving more, as well. Especially for those of us who were to sail this weekend. https://www.princess.com/news/pdfs/voluntary-60-day-pause-of-global-ship-operations.pdf I really like the Celebrity product. Should be obvious from the number of trips I've taken in my signature. But I feel like they are not treating us fairly in this case. Once again, cancelling on people already en route is a little different than a week or two out. Given the price hikes, a 125% FCC doesn't even let us book the same trip a year out. At the very least I'd like to get the trip I paid for, especially if they will keep my money for another year. I don't think that is an unreasonable desire.
  8. So why are most other companies offering more if it's so unrealistic? Princess is giving 225%. I think that is incredibly generous.
  9. Things happen, but generally when it’s this close to sailing they offer a full refund and a full fcc, so we were expecting a 200% fcc and then compensation for flight issues. 125% and nothing is a pretty rude offer given what they normally do.
  10. Not feeling very calm here. Our once in a lifetime multigenerational family trip is cancelled and it’s left such a sour taste for one side of the family that they don’t even want to try again. They are losing $1300 in airfare because they already flew to the port and have to get home somehow. so our plans are ruined and can’t be fixed, and 125% doesn’t even come close to making us whole. darn right I’m not calm. At least celebrity could have made us a fair offer. A cruise one or two days away is not the same as three or four weeks away.
  11. 125% is an insult for those of us cruising this weekend.
  12. Kids aren't the ones really getting sick. Zero children under 9 have died. Closing schools is just going to stretch our healthcare system even thinner.
  13. They just did it, effective March 16. Anyone over 70 requires a doctor's note. I got an email.
  14. The Manulife policy also states country, region or city so I am not sure how they could not pay out. Seems pretty obvious that the legalese doesn't mention mode of transportation. I've got the fine print in front of me.
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