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Pedro2400

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  1. I just received my refund for April 12th cruise We would like to make you aware of some important information regarding your FCCs: Valid on bookings created on or after March 6, 2020 and existing bookings not yet paid to full. Any booking made using this FCC must be used for a sailing that commences on or before April 30, 2022, and the FCC must be redeemed on or prior to December 31, 2021. If the FCC is not redeemed on or before December 31, 2021, the certificate will automatically expire and have no value. Future Cruise Credits are per person, per booking, and valid only for the person noted above. FCCs are redeemable towards cruise fare only and are not valid on Complimentary cruises, Incentive bookings, and Charter sailings. All guests are responsible for taxes and fees, where applicable. Celebrity Cruises reserves the right to void the FCC Savings amount if the guest named above receives other reimbursement which includes claims through our travel protection or requesting a refund. If there is a remaining balance once you redeem your FCC, you'll receive the balance in a new FCC after you complete the sailing it is used to sail on. FCCs are only valid for the cruises on Celebrity Cruises ships, are not transferable, and may not be redeemed for cash. Additional terms and conditions apply.
  2. I received my FCC Here are the terms and conditions We would like to make you aware of some important information regarding your FCCs: Valid on bookings created on or after March 6, 2020 and existing bookings not yet paid to full. Any booking made using this FCC must be used for a sailing that commences on or before April 30, 2022, and the FCC must be redeemed on or prior to December 31, 2021. If the FCC is not redeemed on or before December 31, 2021, the certificate will automatically expire and have no value. Future Cruise Credits are per person, per booking, and valid only for the person noted above. FCCs are redeemable towards cruise fare only and are not valid on Complimentary cruises, Incentive bookings, and Charter sailings. All guests are responsible for taxes and fees, where applicable. Celebrity Cruises reserves the right to void the FCC Savings amount if the guest named above receives other reimbursement which includes claims through our travel protection or requesting a refund. If there is a remaining balance once you redeem your FCC, you'll receive the balance in a new FCC after you complete the sailing it is used to sail on. FCCs are only valid for the cruises on Celebrity Cruises ships, are not transferable, and may not be redeemed for cash. Additional terms and conditions apply.
  3. Taxes paid on cancelled sailing will be credited on original form of payment. 125 % FCC is calculated based on amount before taxes.
  4. just received my refund(Deposit) for a cancelled cruise ( Oct 2020). after two weeks of cancellation
  5. I am not sure if Celebrity will continue to offer FCC at 125%
  6. from Celebrity website FAQ's https://www.celebritycruises.com/travel-alert/voluntary-suspension-of-cruising
  7. This is getting quite confusing... I hope Celebrity would clear existing booking exemptions( Booked before March 6th vs after March 6th)
  8. Just in case anyone is interested...... Q: Can you use your Future Cruise Credit (FCC) on an existing booking? A: Yes. FCCs can be applied to an existing booking.
  9. I don't think they will get the bailout. they don't pay taxes in USA.
  10. I am not sure why celebrity is not cancelling April sailings?
  11. things are getting really serious out there... what celebrity is waiting for? they should cancel more sailing.....
  12. US State Department is preparing to raise travel advisory to highest level: DO NOT TRAVEL From CNN's Kylie Atwood The State Department is preparing to raise its travel advisory worldwide to Level 4: Do Not Travel – the highest level — in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Four sources told CNN that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had approved a Level 4 advisory. Late last Wednesday, the advisory was raised globally to Level 3: Reconsider Travel “due to the global impact of COVID-19.” Politico was the first to report the heightened advisory level. CNN has reached out to the State Department for comment. Another source told CNN that the move would be aimed at curtailing Americans’ travel abroad and to get those who are traveling to come home.
  13. i agree, we all love cruising. I think things will get to normal soon. But it will take very long time for cruise industry to get back to normal from where we are today and where we will be in next 15 days.... keeping fingers cross..
  14. soon RCL stock will be a good buy. Currently its at $21 range. But on the other hand, as every days goes by, RCL bankruptcy chances are creeping up....
  15. Let's see if they cancel more sailings after April 11 soon.....
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