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HELP! I am officially confused... Priority Boarding for Premier Casino guests.

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So I seem to be finding mixed answers about this. We are going on our first Premier Casino cruise on Magic in October. We have priority boarding and just want to know if our rooms will be available "early" upon boarding? We are not Diamond or Platinum members. If they are not we will purchase FTTF. Please and thank you!!!:confused::confused::confused: :confused:clear.png?emoji-confused-1977

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No, your rooms will not be available to you. You will board after FTTF guests and before all others but your cabin won't be ready.

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I did 2 Premier's on Pride in Feb and Mar before I was Platinum and YES, the cabins were ready!

 

In Feb., it was before noon...

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I did 2 Premier's on Pride in Feb and Mar before I was Platinum and YES, the cabins were ready!

 

In Feb., it was before noon...

 

Me too. They were ready to go. Although I'm sure it was meant as a smart alek remark - might not be a bad idea to call carnival or at least the players club to verify:)

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I did 2 Premier's on Pride in Feb and Mar before I was Platinum and YES, the cabins were ready!

 

In Feb., it was before noon...

 

The Premier cruise had nothing to do with your cabin being ready Your platinum status is why it was ready upon boarding.

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The Premier cruise had nothing to do with your cabin being ready Your platinum status is why it was ready upon boarding.

 

Reading is hard.

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Kind of makes the boards useless *smh*

 

Exactly. This kind of comment as well as "google is your friend" is just snarky. Message boards = people asking questions

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So I seem to be finding mixed answers about this. We are going on our first Premier Casino cruise on Magic in October. We have priority boarding and just want to know if our rooms will be available "early" upon boarding? We are not Diamond or Platinum members. If they are not we will purchase FTTF. Please and thank you!!!:confused::confused::confused: :confused:clear.png?emoji-confused-1977

 

Was just on the Magic for a premier the end of June and the rooms were not ready. That is not a perk of the premier cruises. That doesn't mean it couldn't be done early. I just wouldn't plan on it.

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No, your rooms will not be available to you. You will board after FTTF guests and before all others but your cabin won't be ready.

 

This is accurate from our experience on a Premier cruise in March from Jacksonville.

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1-800-Carnival

 

If everyone should call Carnival instead of posting on this board. Why are you here?

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The Premier cruise had nothing to do with your cabin being ready Your platinum status is why it was ready upon boarding.

 

I wasn't Platinum when I did the first 2 Premier's and the cabin was ready...

 

Who knows, maybe it was my lucky day...LOL

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On our Premier cruise on the Horizon in April the rooms were not ready. We boarded priority, ate lunch, and walked to the room because I wanted to drop my carryon off. Our room steward let us but asked that we not stay since it wasn’t ready.

 

 

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I don't know about premier cruises but last week we had a grand suite and it comes with priority boarding. Diamond/platinum boarded, then suite guests boarded, then FTTF then zone 1, etc. (There were no wedding parties). That was all it included was priority boarding, no priority luggage or your room being ready. That's why we bought FTTF so our room would be ready and have our luggage sooner (plus other perks). I would think it would be the same for the premier cruises as well though?

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On our Premier cruise on the Horizon in April the rooms were not ready. We boarded priority, ate lunch, and walked to the room because I wanted to drop my carryon off. Our room steward let us but asked that we not stay since it wasn’t ready.

 

 

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What he wanted to say was, "Didn't you see the sign?"

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