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  1. Sadly, you won't be able to post the menus for your Alaskan cruise and also I won't be able to use them in June. But, next time you take an Alaskan cruise, please post the menus if you are able ! Can't use them now, but plan(hope) to be able to use them some day in the future !! ❤️
  2. Oh wow, I didn't realize how differently Holland handles this than Carnival. On Carnival, if your status (based on days, not spending) is going to change on any day during the cruise, you board at the new status level from the first day of your cruise and get the better status benefits for the whole cruise. This even includes B2B etc cruises ! We are 21 days from our next status change. I told hubby our next cruise needs to be 21 days so we get the next status level up on our next cruise, LOL. Sounds like a great reason for B2B2B, right ??
  3. Oh wow, thanks SO MUCH. That would be fantastic !!!!! We sail in June. I'll put a reminder in my phone to reply to this thread again on April 30 so it will be fresh in your mind when you sail. 🙂 (Would that be a good date?)
  4. What about Alaska ? Do they use these same menus for cruises to Alaska ? If it makes any difference, we are sailing R/T out of Seattle on Oosterdam. It appears this ship sails the same itinerary every week..
  5. Yep, that's exactly what I did. They've already responded. Thanks to all !
  6. I'm looking for an updated 2019/2020 GAP list. Anyone able to help ?? Thanks in advance !!
  7. This post is only about welcome bonus points received. Please post other comments & questions in other threads. Thanks ! Did you receive "welcome bonus" points in the new AARP Rewards program ? If yes, how many did you receive ? It's my understanding the welcome bonus is different for everyone, based on how much you participated in the old Rewards for Good program. I am not an AARP member. I think I participated right much over the years, especially for Carnival gift cards, I think I earned & used about 95,000 points over the years ? So that would be $9500 worth of Carnival gift cards (based on an email inbox search for "your rewards for good order confirmation" since we can no longer see our history). My welcome bonus was only 3,000 points. To find your points breakdown, click here ... https://www.aarp.org/rewards/transaction/ Here is my breakdown ... Date Description Points 9/26/2019 AARP Rewards Opt-In Bonus +1000 9/26/2019 AARP Rewards Newsletter +500 9/26/2019 Rewards for Good Welcome Bonus +3000
  8. I am copying & pasting the below information . . . This does NOT pertain to the Carnival gift cards without a PIN If you redeemed your points for a gift card, received an email with a link to retrieve the gift card but it isn't working, I have found and fixed the problem (I have also notified AARP). Here is a copy of the email I sent. SUBJECT: How To Fix The E-Gift Card Issue Currently, all point redemption gift cards appear to be broken due to an incorrect URL encoding in the email. I was able to resolve the issue myself and wanted to share the solution with you in case it helps others. When you click on the link in the email, you get to a website that says: Your eGift Cannot be viewed at this time Sorry, this card is not valid. Please contact the retailer from which you purchased this gift card and reference error code EGIFT_IRE3_504 The problem is the email has an improperly encoded URL https://egift.activationspot.com/?tid=XXX&gcm=n&gs=n&gw=n&eid=XXX Above is an example of what is being emailed out. If you simply remove the cases of amp; from the URL, it works as expected (they were double encoded) https://egift.activationspot.com/?tid=XXX&gcm=n&gs=n&gw=n&eid=XXX The above is a corrected example - of course the XXX would be whatever the customers correct values should be. In other words, if you click in your browser's URL bar and manually remove all instances of amp; from the URL and refresh it, it should work (it did for both myself and my wife)
  9. It's my understanding the welcome bonus is different for everyone, based on how much you participated in the old Rewards for Good program. Some people have reported receiving 0 welcome bonus points, up to a max of 25,000 welcome bonus points is the most I've seen so far. I received 3,000 welcome bonus points. I am not an AARP member, I only did the rewards for good program.
  10. Did you receive "welcome bonus" points in the new AARP Rewards program ? If yes, how many did you receive ? It's my understanding the welcome bonus is different for everyone, based on how much you participated in the old Rewards for Good program. My welcome bonus was 3,000 points. To find your points breakdown, click here ... https://www.aarp.org/rewards/transaction/ Here is my breakdown ... Date Description Points 9/26/2019 AARP Rewards Opt-In Bonus +1000 9/26/2019 AARP Rewards Newsletter +500 9/26/2019 Rewards for Good Welcome Bonus +3000
  11. I just this moment used my last 37,000 points to buy $3700 worth of gift cards (3 AARP accts - mine, hubby, mom). Even though I don't have a cruise booked right now, I know I will soon. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PLACE ORDERS ! I did have a problem one time where my credit card company denied the charge. I called, got it fixed, and was able to order immediately. I also had the problem before where my addresses didn't match even though I typed them the same (a year or two ago). Now I enter the billing address then click the box to use the same billing address for shipping.
  12. Are there any parts of the spa that are free to use without purchasing the thermal suite pass ? For example, are there steam or dry saunas ? Are there bigger showers in the locker room than are available in the cabins that are free to use ? Anything else ?
  13. YES ! I have interest in folks sharing this info.
  14. Carnival Magic. But It's been reported recently by one person it was no longer there. Per the manufactuer's website, Carnival has 14 ships with this machine. Not sure if that is 14 Carnival Cruise Line ships, or on 14 ships under the Carnival Corporate umbrella (Carnival Princess Holland Costa Cunard Seabourn P&O etc). Gotcha. Thanks so much for the info.
  15. Thanks so much for the info ! Do either of you remember what odds were allowed ? We'll see if we can get the table livened up and get some folks to come play with us. You're right, it's not nearly as much fun when you're playing alone. Done it, but prefer a fun lively crowd. Or anyone even if it's not just me, LOL. Interestingly, we were on a ship last year that had a craps table/machine. I didn't think I would like it, but actually it ended up being pretty fun. Would love it if it was on all ships.
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