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  1. 11 hours ago, molme said:

    Thanks for the speedy reply.  WE will have almost $1,000 in on board credit.  Now we just have to keep our fingers crossed that we get to sail.


    You have already confirmed with them they will apply the credit to the cruise you wanted them to, right?

  2. 6 minutes ago, dolphin lady said:

    I was a little hasty in posting this. I just received my refund in my  credit card account.

    Thank you for the response.

    Will take your advise on canceling reservation before I have to cancel another cruise again.

    That was quick 

  3. 21 hours ago, bury me at sea said:

    My October 29 Freedom cruise was paid in full by FCC from my cancelled March cruise.  I can't see any chance it will sail but there is no benefit to my cancelling.


    My March 2021 cruise is paid.  The next one currently booked isn't until March of 2022.  While it's an expensive one, it's over two-thirds paid from applying FCC from my recently cancelled September cruise.


    When October gets cancelled I haven't yet decided what to do.  I will probably look for a fall 2021 date, but I might just opt for a refund.


    I've just finished dealing with fallout from cancelled September cruise and am not eager to start that process again.  I'm old, disappointed, and tired!


    October 29th 2020 on the Freedom??

  4. 8 hours ago, firefly333 said:

    Not sure what you are calling a administrative fee? Shof is talking about the penalty charged if you cancel. No idea what OP is calling a admin fee since she doesnt say.


    There is no fee to upgrade or shouldnt be. Did you cancel one casino rate, and rebook another? Did you call in and they said this is the cost to upgrade? I cant think of why there would be a admin fee other than the cost to upgrade.


    Probably because that's what Carnival calls it when it shows up on your new booking. 

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