Posted May 16th, 2018, 11:07 AM
I’ve heard that the steakhouse has BOGO on the day of embarkation. Has anyone else ever heard about this?
The Coupon is only in the Coupon book that you receive in your cabin if you booked by a TA during one of their Cruise Night Sales. This Coupon makes that book more valuable than that other Coupon book you may receive.Gotta say that I've never heard of this "Coupon Book.".....
I’ve heard that the steakhouse has BOGO on the day of embarkation. Has anyone else ever heard about this?We February on the Royal we had a coupon book in our cabin which included a BOGO specialty restaurant dinner for boarding day only. Have no idea if these coupon books are still available. Believe they were part of the T.A.'s incentives. Make sure you look for the book after boarding. We missed it, but since we were on a b2b we were able to take advantage on the next boarding day.
We have a coupon book as part of our promotion for an upcoming cruise next Feb. Will have to take a good look at it, figured it was worthless.Nobody knows if next year's coupon book will have coupons that are in this year's coupon book.
Without wishing to sound ignorant; what does BOGO mean? I assume it is an acronym.Buy One Get One. If you buy one you get the second free.
Nobody knows if next year's coupon book will have coupons that are in this year's coupon book.Very true but if they list it as part of the package on acknowledgment hopefully it will be worthwhile
Very true but if they list it as part of the package on acknowledgment hopefully it will be worthwhileBy accident or design, historically when a coupon proves actually valuable to passengers, it is eliminated. For example, there used to be a BOGO coupon for coffee cards.