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  1. No, the balance would be moved to a new FCC certificate.
  2. Me too, just wanting confirmation - the other lines specified in their announcements what the policies would be - NCL for example is offering 125% FCC or 100% refund.
  3. No details. Refunds or are they going to be requiring FCC?
  4. Hopefully it will be opened up, Roche is shipping 800k rapid test kits per week starting next week.
  5. Were they just peanut butter bars? Something like this: https://sallysbakingaddiction.com/no-bake-chocolate-peanut-butter-bars/
  6. When? I took a look at a dozen or so of the itineraries and they all included Ensenada unless it was one of the Canadian loops.
  7. They're not illegal per se, they just have to be done on a ship that is flagged in the US - like the Pride of America from NCL that circles around Hawaii. That stops in Ensenada, Mexico. https://www.cruisemapper.com/ships/Grand-Princess-697
  8. If your bids are below the new minimum, you probably would need to increase if you wanted to stay in the running. However, personally I wouldn't increase, because ostensibly I would have bid what I thought the upgrade was worth. An adjustment of the minimum bid doesn't really make the upgrade worth more.
  9. Wow, no need to be so rude. A cabin that holds 3 people instead of 2 people is priced differently. End of story. Whether or not it has more space is beside the point - the cruise line prices them differently. If it has an extra bed, that means it's not the same cabin. They can't just add sofas to any interior cabin. Multiple cabin discount is something I didn't think of. In that case, just book two cabins, get an extra key for cabin 1 and use cabin 2 for your luggage.
  10. They wouldn't, and not until it becomes a problem.
  11. The rooms that hold more than 2 people are more expensive than the rooms that only hold 2 people. You don't see that because it's hidden from you (the website won't let you book a room that fits three when you have two and automatically puts you in a 3+ passenger cabin when you add a third). As far as finding better pricing.... different sailing dates, different ships, hope for a sale.... Working with a travel agent might help you find a cabin that will fit your budget.
  12. I guess I've been misinterpreting the fine print - I read it as a $10 charge for kids to eat there from the kid's menu (ages 6-12), full adult charge if they wanted to order from the real menu. Our kids would want to order from the real menu (my son in particular hasn't ordered from a kid's menu in at least two years). I actually discarded the idea of the UDP on that basis as it seemed too expensive. Here's part of the many self-contradicting paragraphs of fine print:
  13. You can always cancel later. It can sell out, they only sell a couple hundred passes.
  14. Such an odd thing to post here, what are you hoping to accomplish?
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