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RTR 21-0

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About RTR 21-0

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    Cool Cruiser

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    USA
  • Interests
    Travel, Reading, Dropping an occasional quarter in a slot
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    Carnival
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    St. Thomas

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  1. Hello everyone, trying to avoid a call to Carnival so knowledge of & input on this is appreciated. We have a booking for next March that was moved to that date from April 2020 b/c of Covid. There is a slight possibility we won’t be able to make it in March. Wondering if we could move it to May or June w/o another deposit or moving fee & w/o losing our OBC. Since so many cancellation policies have been implemented I’m lost as to what it was earlier this year when they started giving OBC b/c of Covid related re-bookings. Thx in advance for your help.
  2. TBH I'm not sure what rate it was. It was originally an Oct 2020 Mardi Gras booking. That was cancelled b/c ship wasn't ready so we moved it to April 2020 booking which then got cancelled cause of virus. After all of the cancellations & rebooking & offers from carnival due to virus we are already ahead price wise. We're more curious but also a little greedy lol. Final payment due Dec 2020.
  3. but I'll ask anyway. If you have an existing booking & then get a casino rate offer w/comp drinks while playing & $200 OBC, can you have the existing booking moved over to that offer & pay the additional $, which would be around $30 or $40? We already have an OBC which we don't want to lose.
  4. Absolutely! Those machines will be so tight you’ll think they’re all wearing spanx 🤣🤣
  5. Never knew you could get an OBC if price drops after final payment is made. Thx for this info I've watched prices after bookings but stopped after they were paid off. Does that apply only to the Early Saver rate or all rates?
  6. Thanks everyone. Called Carnival direct instead of PVP & spent about 30 min on the phone but they got it taken care of, no problems at all. Already shows up on our itemized charges. What's the point in having a PVP if I'm doing all the work 🤔?
  7. Yeah that's what we're thinking. We cancelled our April trip a few weeks before the official email came out but he told us we would still be eligible to get the OBC. We've called a few times & it's been the same story, "I need to get with supervisor, will take a while." One of the calls he supposedly got with supervisor we received $100 & said it would take more time to show up. That's been a few weeks.
  8. I know there are lots of people still waiting for their OBC for cancelled cruises to show up in their new bookings. For those that have gotten theirs, did you have luck getting someone to take care of it through customer service when your PVP couldn't seem to get it done?
  9. Yep, I agree. Which ships do y’all think they would use?
  10. As much as I would love for everyone to be able to enjoy a cruise vacay in April -even May - I think those months are still too early to book. Too many unknowns with the virus and it’s really only starting to spread in the US. Rebooked our April this year for next March to be on safe side.
  11. Our excursion reimbursement & credit took exactly two weeks which is what they estimated.
  12. We love our PVP. He called us tonight to let us know he lowered our price on next year's cruise so we didn't need to fill out form (I emailed him yesterday to let him know of price drop) & let us know he will be checking on any OBC we may be getting b/c of the 4/25 cancellation we made before it was announced they were parking for awhile. Said things have been pretty crazy but trying to stay on top of it all. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 for our guy!
  13. Yesssss and hopefully we’ll be cruising down the mighty Mississippi in the near future with a little extra OBC 😁🤑
  14. You are correct, however, us Louisianians use the term a little more broadly: A lagniappe may also be a tip in recognition of services and might be applied to any unexpected bonus that comes with something else. 😉
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