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  1. Nooo! Macie helped me so many times when the other reps screwed up my comps. Not good
  2. Cool. Is it from Blue Chip? I haven't gotten any emails from them since February
  3. I never saw an email but they certainly better extend it. I had one cruise canceled that would have gotten me at least halfway to keeping Sapphire. And who knows when they'll actually be sailing again. If it was a month or two of no sailings, I could see them leaving it. But it's now 3+ months of canceled cruises and everything is turned upside down. I think they should just extend it to the end of 2021. Only seems fair.
  4. Good question. I would think so but as with everything with BCC, it's a crapshoot. Let us know the outcome if you call them.
  5. Probably only MSC can confirm for sure. Or the casino staff when you board. But now I have to ask it. Why are you asking?
  6. Nothing. I'm assuming they got the info they needed from BCC.
  7. Not necessarily accusing you of purposely bringing up a sore subject like tipping, but you posted in January of 2019 saying you're experienced cruisers with many cruises on Celebrity. I'm not understanding why you're asking a question like this now. And on a topic that's on these boards almost weekly, when you've been on Cruise Critic since 2012.
  8. Rub my leg against his romantically
  9. Very nice. That's who I used too
  10. Doesn't surprise me. I had a casino manager on one of the ships a year or two ago sit me down and tell me that he can't give me anything near what I should be getting because Corporate has his hands tied. He suggested I use a 3rd party host. He even took my info to give to one he said would get me what I deserve. Unfortunately, the guy never contacted me and I don't remember what his name was. But I since hooked up with a different one. Got me a free Alaska cruise in AQ.
  11. Same as land casinos, you give your players card (sea pass card) at the tables or put in the slot machines and they track your play. Just remembered one more thing. If you're playing slots, you'll accumulate redeemable points that you can convert to free play. Do it before the casino closes on the last night as it doesn't transfer to the next cruise. Only tier points follow you during the 18 month earning period. The casino people can explain how to redeem them right on the machine.
  12. Regardless of your travel agent, it all gets charged by Celebrity so they should have the card on file that was used for your final payment. But do keep an eye on it to make sure you get the refund. Shouldn't be more than a week.
  13. Don't forget to get your free play at the cashier when the casino opens. Oh. One more thing. On the last day of the cruise (not too late), ask the casino host to check your play to see if he/she can comp anything off of your bill. They'll look at the play and look at your bill. They're more stingy now. They used to take 5% off based on your actual or theoretical loss. Now it's only 2%. I remember when they'd tell me to buy stuff at the gift shop so they can credit me for that. Now I'm like "that's it??". But hey, freebie. Doesn't hurt to ask.
  14. That's awesome! Though now I want to know why I don't get more having 10 times the tier points as you! Congrats. Now don't lose it all in the casino!
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