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  1. Agree Is it Worth It? very subjective. I paid $89 May 2022. I enjoyed it (except for the smoker lounging upwind for whom I got some help to desist) and the lunch for that price. I would go back for under $100. I haven't seen it that cheap since and I've been back and chosen not to buy.

    Just checked and today they want $189 for my Nov cruise.

  2. Like everything, price varies. Currently $31/per person/per day for my April cruise. Currently undiscounted Premium WiFi is $24/per day and Premium WiFi 2 devices is $43/per day.

     

    For SHORT (3 nights max) cruises solo it was worth it for me at times when the price dropped for the similar Royal Caribbean offering as I was going to purchase WiFi anyway and I enjoyed the welcome lunch (which I'd take out and eat up at Johnny Rocket's outside tables). Royal Caribbean delivered your carryons during the lunch to your stateroom (they didn't let you drop off early before staterooms cleared as Celebrity does).

     

    It's a daily price for the length of the cruise and everyone over age 6 listed in the room has to purchase.

     

    What's Included

    • Premium Wi-Fi for two devices.
    • Complimentary room service, unlimited (waived delivery fee & gratuities)
    • Early access at the terminal. (See FAQs for more information)
    • Priority luggage delivery to staterooms.
    • Welcome lunch in the main dining room served from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm; be sure to select an early boarding time.
    • Priority departure from ship to shore in ports that require tender service.
    • Reserved seating at shows in The Theatre.
    • Express luggage service in the terminal when debarking.

    Important details and advisements

    • When you receive your SeaPass card, it will have an icon confirming your purchase of Premium Access.
    • Premium Access must be purchased prior to sailing by each guest age 6 or older assigned to the same stateroom.
    • *YOU MAY ALREADY HAVE ACCESS TO THESE BENEFITS: Before purchase, refer to your stateroom category amenities and your loyalty status to confirm.
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  3. 6 hours ago, markeb said:

    It's still bad internet security to change back to your existing password, and even worse on their end to allow it.

    If a password change had been needed it would have been bad... but in this case there was no reason for the system to be asking you to change your password... they don't know why it was asking for that for some accounts but not others. So it was basically just signing in again and confirming the password. I don't use my celebrity password on my other accounts 🙂

  4. 20 hours ago, markeb said:

    Celebrity (or RCG if this also includes Royal) hasn't given any indication that I've seen as to why they're requiring people to change their password. One reason could simply be that they've changing their authentication system on the back end. The other reason could be concern of compromise.

     

    If you're "changing" your password to your old password and there's been a security compromise, you're changing your password back to the compromised password.

    I called and was transferred to a department (not reservations) that said it was a system upgrade and there were issues with it and their computer folk were still looking into it but that there definitely was NOT a security breach.

    One of the accounts I control never had issues with logging in and didn't require a password reset/change.

  5. You can do two if you book directly with Neal Watson's - the Reef Shark Safari + Sapona Wreck Adventure for $99 each. They also have Stingray Safari + Honeymoon Harbour Adventure for the same price.

  6. My twin and I got a chocolate cake in Luminae and singing for our 50th birthday which was the day we embarked and part of the reason we chose that cruise... a whole week just the two of us together.... and Alaska... and my twin's home city. We hadn't realized our TA had noted it. They said they could deliver the rest of the cake to our stateroom but we asked for 2 pieces for breakfast the next morning and to disperse the rest. The slices were waiting for us... great way to start the day.

  7. 1 hour ago, jwlane said:

    I'd be reluctant to base my decision on booking a cruise as to whether or not an/some of the item(s) listed in a beverage package is/are available.

    I think they meant they'd be reluctant to book the Classic beverage package. I'll just throw in I don't drink much alcoholic (and no coffee or tea and don't need bottled water) so I just buy as I go for the few drinks I purchase including virgin frozen daiquiris.

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