chamima Posted October 29, 2013 #1 Share Posted October 29, 2013 I just read the following: We have found the simplest way is to have the open passage (or onboard booking) issued in one of our names only, with no travel agent specified. For an open passage, at a later date when we find a cruise we want to take, we book it directly with Celebrity ourselves using the open passage. The open passage number becomes the reservation number and the appropriate onboard credit from Celebrity is applied to it. Either way, it does not lock us in to any specific travel agency up front as we have 60 days after booking the cruise to shop around and compare offers. When we decide on a TA we want, it is very easy at that time to transfer the booking to the one who offers the best additional perks for that cruise. I was definitely under the impression that the 60 day transfer period began when you booked the certificate - NOT the cruise. Since the reservation number is issued with the certificate doesn't the 60 days begin whenever that number is issued? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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