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Believe you pay when you book on the internet, but if you want to change your mind when on board you can if it's within 24 hours of the trip and the money goes back to the card it was paid by. Someone said credit cards have a charge, and if you later cancel you lose that charge.

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Do you have to pay for trips when you book from the Internet or does it go onto your onboard account.


Hi Pinktrixie


You pay at the time of booking when you do it in advance on the internet.


That's what we did. The tickets are then delivered to your cabin when you are onboard.:)

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That has been our experience too. Paid in advance, comes out of your bank, tickets in cabin, can cancel up to 24hours before trip and full refund which appears innthe same account from which you paid for it - a day or two after you get home. But as has been said, if you use a credit card you are charged 2.5% and you will lose that if you cancel as only the face value of the excursion is repaid. However, if you use a Debit Card - no charge and no loss on cancellation.

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