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3 minutes ago, pcakes122 said:

Yes, NCL charges the $20 per day admin fee on each comp.  I've been getting great comps from them this year (Haven), so it's worth the $140 a week (plus port charges of course!)   On the other hand, I have tons of offers from Royal but I just cant get myself to book.  I just don't feel the love from the hosts in Royal casinos.

 

BTW, on a whim I called Celebrity Blue Chip (haven't sailed with them since 2017 so I no longer have tier status) and they offered me a veranda on the Summit next summer.  I know they no longer are "officially" reciprocal with Club Royale, but I wonder if they can still see my Royal play?

I don't think Blue Chip analyzes Club Royale member play history. The changes to Blue Chip are terrible. 

 

Have you heard about URCOMPED? We did one cruise (Celebrity Edge) with them and had a good experience, so we booked another cruise through them in March from Singapore to Mumbai on Crystal Cruises. This will be our first time cruising on a 5* cruiseline and felt this was a great way to try the premium cruise experience. Unfortunately if you're a NCL fan URCOMPED doesn't work with them. The majority of their cruise offerings are on Royal, Celebrity, MSC, Crystal.   

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19 minutes ago, kwokpot said:

I don't think Blue Chip analyzes Club Royale member play history. The changes to Blue Chip are terrible. 

 

Have you heard about URCOMPED? We did one cruise (Celebrity Edge) with them and had a good experience, so we booked another cruise through them in March from Singapore to Mumbai on Crystal Cruises. This will be our first time cruising on a 5* cruiseline and felt this was a great way to try the premium cruise experience. Unfortunately if you're a NCL fan URCOMPED doesn't work with them. The majority of their cruise offerings are on Royal, Celebrity, MSC, Crystal.   

I always wondered how URcomped worked? If I get  a free oceanview or interior do they match it somehow?

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6 minutes ago, Sass4 said:

I always wondered how URcomped worked? If I get  a free oceanview or interior do they match it somehow?

Basically you create a players profile with them, and you need to disclose pretty detailed information on your gambling habits. You also send them copies of your current land based casino comped offerings and whatever cruiseline based casino comped offers you have. They will then send you offers for comped cruises on cruiselines you haven't played on. They also have offers with land based casinos such as The Golden Nugget in Vegas and others in the Bahamas.

 

In our URCOMPED account we get offers from Royal but we haven't tried to actually request one through them because having booked cruises directly with Club Royale I don't think Royal will approve offers through URCOMPED. Having said that I was surprised to have done a URCOMPED cruise on the Celebrity Edge (their newest and nicest ship) this past April when we were on a comped inaugural cruise on the Edge in December '18 via Blue Chip. Then again we had no other Blue Chip cruises booked, and prior to the Dec. '18 cruise it was about 18 months from the last Blue Chip comped cruise. 

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FWIW: Just got call from friend that completed cruise on Allure. She earned an inside cert. Went to Next Cruise. They had sale on balconies December Oasis I believe. $200 upgrade to a balcony plus the tax. That was her and her husband.

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10 hours ago, texasreb said:

FWIW: Just got call from friend that completed cruise on Allure. She earned an inside cert. Went to Next Cruise. They had sale on balconies December Oasis I believe. $200 upgrade to a balcony plus the tax. That was her and her husband.

 

There are some great upgrades available on some sailings.  Good for your friend on their almost free balcony cabin.

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Earlier tonight Casino Royale rep said Dec 15 is now fully booked for them. Dec 8 is open and inside to balcony upgrade is $322 total for 2. Guarantee is $288. This is Oasis out of Miami. Wow !

 

Back to "fully booked". The rep explained that the magic computer keeps track of % of ship bookings they have done. At some point the magic computer shuts them off.

 

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Anyone know what this code is? 

 

19SCS206                 2020 Q1 SHORT CARIBBEAN OFFER (19SCS2)

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Just got off the Anthem and on Day 6 I qualified for a free interior certificate which was delivered to my stateroom.   On Day 8 I qualified for the oceanview stateroom.  No certifcate was delivered but I see it is already in the system.  However I would like to know what cruises I can pick from as the list delivered to my stateroom was for interior sailings.  Does anyone have recent list of oceanview cruises?  Can this information be found on the casino royale website?

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5 hours ago, Sass4 said:

Anyone know what this code is? 

 

19SCS206                 2020 Q1 SHORT CARIBBEAN OFFER (19SCS2)

It is a dollars off offer on some cruises sailing between now and the end of March. Must be booked by Jan 3, 2020.  You can see all of your offers from Royal at www.casinoroyaleoffers.com  the signin is your last name and Crown and Anchor number.  Many of the details of the offers are posted in the facebook group Royal Caribbean Club Royale Casino Patrons Forum

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2 hours ago, gerig said:

Just got off the Anthem and on Day 6 I qualified for a free interior certificate which was delivered to my stateroom.   On Day 8 I qualified for the oceanview stateroom.  No certifcate was delivered but I see it is already in the system.  However I would like to know what cruises I can pick from as the list delivered to my stateroom was for interior sailings.  Does anyone have recent list of oceanview cruises?  Can this information be found on the casino royale website?

 

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6 hours ago, gerig said:

Just got off the Anthem and on Day 6 I qualified for a free interior certificate which was delivered to my stateroom.   On Day 8 I qualified for the oceanview stateroom.  No certifcate was delivered but I see it is already in the system.  However I would like to know what cruises I can pick from as the list delivered to my stateroom was for interior sailings.  Does anyone have recent list of oceanview cruises?  Can this information be found on the casino royale website?

 

I had the same situation and contacted CR on Friday.  They emailed me the updated offerings for OV cabins which is below.

 

CasinoRoyale-19Q4C04 Sailing List-112919.pdf

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On 12/1/2019 at 6:36 PM, mariemacdonald said:

It is a dollars off offer on some cruises sailing between now and the end of March. Must be booked by Jan 3, 2020.  You can see all of your offers from Royal at www.casinoroyaleoffers.com  the signin is your last name and Crown and Anchor number.  Many of the details of the offers are posted in the facebook group Royal Caribbean Club Royale Casino Patrons Forum

Thank you so much!

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On 12/2/2019 at 6:18 AM, gerig said:

Thanks for the information.  Certainly not a good list to choose from.

 

It turns out that my original certificate was for an Interior and the cruise week we wanted was on the Interior list.  I evidently got enough points on the last night (after the original certificate had been issued by the Host) that when my play/points were fed into the shoreside CR system, my online offer was now an Oceanview and the week I wanted was not listed on the OV comp cruise list.  I spoke with a really good rep and she said let's price it using the trade-in value as well as downgrading the certificate to an Interior and then pricing a balcony upgrade that way as well.  It turns out that to upgrade from a comped Interior to a balcony was only $340 for both of us whereas using my trade-in value and my wife's $100 certificate, the cost for the same balcony upgrade was nearly $700.  I can't complain as we have a nice midship balcony cabin on deck 9 for a 7 night cruise for $340 plus taxes and port fees (that I would pay no matter what ship or deal I received).  It's nice to have a good rep who will help you get the best deal. 

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17 minutes ago, mariemacdonald said:

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Hi and thanks @mariemacdonald; sorry to ask, but how do I access the attached. I have also called them, but there system was not allowing her to send me the list at this time. 

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