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  1. People spend so much energy critiquing every aspect. Just look at the total cost. Is $3k a reasonable price for your family to take a week long vacation? If so go. If not look for something else. Worrying about how it breaks down into gratuities, price of drinks, taxes, ect is all a futile effort.
  2. LOL.....'main attraction' and 'contact my lawyer'. I would hate to work customer service these days.
  3. They are very similar ships as all the Fantasy class are.
  4. Apparently she wasn't a disappointed as she pretended to be.....she was going after the 'free' lottery and lost.
  5. That will never happen. The purpose of Cheers is to offer an 'unlimited' type of program and not to offer discounted drinks. A program like Cheers is priced based on averages. They will have it broken down so they know the majority of passengers will consume 'X' number of drinks. You then have outliers at both ends of the spectrum that will likely even each other out. They will look at that overall average and price the plan accordingly so they still stay withing their desired profit margin.
  6. Epic is no different than any other ship on any line with the guarantee selections.....some people end up with great cabins and others not so much.
  7. ......because this is exactly what trolls do. They post topics that they know will put people on both extremes. Just as you see with this topic where it ranges from 'pay what you owe them' to 'NCL customer service sucks'.
  8. Ehhh....this has to be a troll post. Finances so tight they can't pay for their cruise but didn't notice an extra $900. Come on.😒
  9. Obviously there is a reason or they wouldn't go through all the trouble to change it. It comes with cruising, all lines do it at times.
  10. Everyone is different. For us Cheers absolutely makes sense. I never have a day where I don't drink at least 6 drinks. A couple of beers mid-day by the pool, two with dinner and at least two watching the live bands in the evening. Then there are the sea days where that total may double. When we factor in the coffee we start off with daily and the bottles of water we order every few hours it all adds up. .....but I am not one to analyze things down to the penny. I am willing to pay for the experience I want, that is why we cruise or do all inclusive type vacations. If squeezing every dime consumed my thoughts I would just do a motel 6 at the beach.
  11. They serve you the liter size bottles. We always have the water served from the pitcher and take our bottles to go.
  12. A good portion of reviews are full of exaggerated crap. People use them to try and settle a score, on the other hand 99% of people who are perfectly pleased with an experience will never document it. You have to take all that in context. I read reviews after we get home of every cruise we go on, usually I find a few that leave me scratching my head wondering if we were on the same ship.
  13. East......Western cruises are a dime a dozen.
  14. By what exactly? In my experience they sell the same things Carnival does.
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