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Used to be a giamond, am I still?


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I had just completed the required number of cruises to be a diamond (I think) before RCI changed the crown and anchor benefits - so am I still a diamond?

 

I can't find my C&A number to sign in and check.

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Yes. When they made the switch, you would have stayed a Diamond. Or Giamond. :D

 

If you list your cruises (number of nights, kind of cabin, rough date of cruise), we can tell you how many points you have now. If you care. ;)

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Oh I get it, giamond is a play on words. It's a cross between the phrase "glad to be" and diamond. So since you are "glad to be Diamond" or "giamond". Your mistake might just have started something new and fun here :)

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I had just completed the required number of cruises to be a diamond (I think) before RCI changed the crown and anchor benefits - so am I still a diamond?

 

I can't find my C&A number to sign in and check.

 

Yes

 

Just phone C&A and they'll look up your number.

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