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I was going to wait until our May cruise before booking a November cruise.  Because of the current promotion and $25 deposit, I decided to make a booking. Also it was showing limited availability on one of the online sites. 

My question is, will I be able to get any added benefits from the onboard cruise consultant?  I assume I could cancel and rebook if it hasn't sold out. 

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2 hours ago, john2003 said:

I was going to wait until our May cruise before booking a November cruise.  Because of the current promotion and $25 deposit, I decided to make a booking. Also it was showing limited availability on one of the online sites. 

My question is, will I be able to get any added benefits from the onboard cruise consultant?  I assume I could cancel and rebook if it hasn't sold out. 

 

If you purchase a Future Cruise Deposit while on board, it can be used as a deposit on a new booking, earn some on board credit (OBC) on a future cruise, and if you book within 60 days of returning home, you will get some additional OBC (code ZPM) for your rebooking.

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This may or may not be helpful information as I’ve never booked on board and prefer to purchase FCDs.  I’m just off the NS today.  I stopped at the FC office to have a currently booked refundable cruise fared with the View and Veranda promotion.  I am unhappy with a change to the SBP and wanted to assess if my current booking is still worth the money.  The FC office could not price the cruise at a new fare because he needed to use my Mariner number and that his system would not permit the exercise as it does not permit a double booking. I’ll work on this when I return home.

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That must have been frustrating.  You would think they would have a workaround.  Strange as my TA booked this cruise while I still had a booking directly through HAL which expired later that day. 

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