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KelJ

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    Ebensburg, PA, USA
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    Cruising, web surfing, shopping, gambling, watching my boys play football
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Royal Caribbean
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    Caribbean

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  1. We did the guacamole class in October of 2017 on the Freedom and enjoyed it. We made our own guac. It was not made in front of us. The margaritas, however, were made in front of us. Here is that portion of my review: Monday, October 30, 2017 (Day 9) Sea day. We had pre-booked the Sabor guacamole class and lunch. Although we arrived at 11:00 a.m., which was on our receipt as the start time, the restaurant told us it was actually scheduled for 11:30 a.m. So we tried to get espresso in the diamond lounge but were met with typical long lines again. Our Sabor class w
  2. I called the Casino Department on August 10th to cancel, and I received full refund (including cruise planner purchases) on August 20th. No other steps were needed.
  3. Just to update, I received full refund yesterday, so it took ten days.
  4. I canceled August 10th. I received full refund to my credit card yesterday, so ten days.
  5. To update, I finally decided to cancel Anthem 12-7-20 12-night southern Caribbean, which was a free casino offer. I just got off the phone with the Casino Department (my call was answered immediately), and I canceled for a 100 percent refund to original form of payment. We had upgraded from free ocean view to FJS and also had purchased drink and voom packages, so it's a significant amount to be refunded ($3,760.87). The final payment date for this cruise is September 8th, so I was able to cancel without any type of penalty. They claim the refund can take up to 45 days, but we all know how
  6. I was also booked on Anthem 12-7-20 12-night southern Caribbean with a free casino offer. I just got off the phone with the Casino Department (my call was answered immediately), and I canceled for a 100 percent refund to original form of payment. We had upgraded from free ocean view to FJS and also had purchased drink and voom packages, so it's a significant amount to be refunded ($3,760.87). The final payment date for this cruise is September 8th, so I was able to cancel without any type of penalty. They claim the refund can take up to 45 days.
  7. I don’t usually look at the cost of a balcony, so I don’t always know whether I’m paying double for a JS. We don’t usually sail more than once a year, so one cruise in a JS is truly double points because I’m not facing a dilemma of taking one cruise in a JS versus two cruises in something lower. And we truly prefer a JS. As an aside, we need 24 points to make D+. Our April 12-night Anthem TA in a FJS was canceled, so we booked a 12-night Anthem Southern Caribbean in a FJS for December, which I’m sure will be canceled. So close and yet so far...
  8. For me, cursing never stopped for real! 🤣 Double cruise points without suite gratuities! And dinner in Coastal Kitchen, depending on the ship of course!
  9. Oh, my God, Carol! You and Nancy on the Crown Princess is the first thing I thought of when I saw the title to this thread. I remember being so worried about you gals! Sorry to go off topic, but, speaking of Nancy, are you in touch with her? I haven't seen any posts from her in years and years. I always enjoyed reading about all of their kids.
  10. Hmm. Could I "un" upgrade, like call them and say I'd like to switch cabins back down to my free interior cabin and then get the difference in a refund? The cruise is still four and a half months away. My receipt lists the normal cancellation schedule, such as if I cancel 89 to 75 days prior to sailing, I would forfeit 25 percent per guest. Are you saying that's not true though, that I can't get any refund at all?
  11. I have a different question related to a comped casino cruise. We have a comped casino cruise on Anthem 12-7-20, which I don't expect to occur. We paid to upgrade to a family junior suite. I think I am going to cancel the cruise, and I'd like a refund. I'd rather have the money back than try to rebook. When booking a comped casino cruise, you pay in full at time of booking. If I cancel now (well before final payment date), would I get everything back? There was no true deposit paid, but the language on my receipt says, "Your deposit has been posted to your reservation. The
  12. The final $100 credit finally showed up today for our 4-12-20 cruise canceled by Royal. The credit for everything, other than this $100, came in on 5-7-20.
  13. If by "they" you mean Royal, they are. Royal refunded mine from my 4-12-20 sailing that they canceled.
  14. We received this same email last night regarding our April 12th Anthem TA that was canceled by Royal, as the followup to the apology letter. This morning, nine credits appeared on our B of A Visa account. The total amount reflects everything (cruise fare, air to sea, gratuities, taxes, insurance, and cruise planner purchases) but for $100. Hopefully the other $100 will show up soon. I guess I'll go order the $39 DBP now for our upcoming December cruise. I wasn't going to give them any more money while they still owed us money. Thankfully it's still on sale.
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