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mommajo22

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About mommajo22

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    Cool Cruiser

About Me

  • Location
    Dayton, Ohio
  • Interests
    music, sewing, reading
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Celebrity
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. My husband thinks the minimum bid was $200/person, or $400/cabin.
  2. We will be going on our first Azamara cruise Aug 17-27 but we are Explorer tier due to our Celebrity status. We originally purchased our V1 cabin with a promotional upgrade from Oceanview to Veranda. At some point, about mid-June (husband handled all upgrades and can't find actual dates) we received the upgrade email. He originally bid $300/person, a weak bid, for a CC Suite. When he didn't hear back, he upgraded again to $420/person, still considered a weak bid. He received an email 32 days before sailing that we were awarded the upgrade but our credit card failed to process. The problem must have been on their end as there was plenty of available credit but trying to find someone to respond to us was rather difficult. We finally talked to a real person this Tuesday who made sure that the original card went through. We were awarded cabin 8050.
  3. When on the Summit 3 years ago, we were told that we were able to order multiple appetizers but only 1 entree each. We were also not offered any cheese course and heard a waiter tell the next table that the gratuity was not included. We had unexpected credit from our travel agent so decided to splurge on this special meal, paying full price. I later found out that this was not normal operating procedure but it kind of ruined us on specialty restaurants and so we haven't been back to one. I am happy to hear again that most people don't seem to have any problems and may try another sometime.
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