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13 minutes ago, vlynn said:

Just bought 100 share this morning for 24$. How do we get the OBC? Is there a form or something? Thanks! 

Read through the thread. Several times mentioned how to get OBC in detail plus links.

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9 minutes ago, gnocchi_mommy said:

In for  100 shares at 22.5  🤗

Awesome. I have been 100 every week. I will again this week. Just looked it is at $22.61 andfluctuatingg. I bet you get it.

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3 minutes ago, ALWAYS CRUZIN said:

Awesome. I have been 100 every week. I will again this week. Just looked it is at $22.61 andfluctuatingg. I bet you get it.

We did about a half hour ago. I have no clue why I never invested in CCL before, with as much as we cruise Carnival it just makes sense! Excited to officially be part of the family 😉 

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13 minutes ago, gnocchi_mommy said:

We did about a half hour ago. I have no clue why I never invested in CCL before, with as much as we cruise Carnival it just makes sense! Excited to officially be part of the family 😉 

Welcome to the money maker. Remember all the OBC on Carnival owned ships. In addition, Princess also give you veterans OBC. Ijust put in for $21.50 100 for me and 100 for my wife. We will see if it drops to that. A min ago it went past $23.00

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On 3/6/2020 at 2:01 AM, okinaw55 said:

I thought the floor was 37 not that long ago. I haven't pulled the trigger yet but something to consider .. As best I can tell there is now 2  cases in the Caribbean. Considering the summer season coming up and how much of Carnivals business is in the Caribbean, It's possible we could see wide spread cancellations. Stay tuned.

A major amount of cancellations will give opening for those that did not get the cabin they may have wanted. Also a lower cruise cost might happen. So much for the good. Not necessarily all bad.

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1 minute ago, ALWAYS CRUZIN said:

A major amount of cancellations will give opening for those that did not get the cabin they may have wanted. Also a lower cruise cost might happen. So much for the good. Not necessarily all bad.

Except for the stockholders, and the company itself. Agreed.

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Took the plunge and bought my first stock (CCL) (thru E*Trade). Set it up as a standard IRA (retired, so not eligible for Roth - no earned income). Bought it mostly for the shareholder benefits plus longer term stockholder benefits. Funded an IRA with $3000, so ended up with 132 shares at 22.76, if it gets cheaper short term - no biggie for me personally. We will hold the stock as long as we still sail Carnival (or sister ships HAL, Princess). I expect the price to eventually return to the $40 range long term. 132 shares was obviously more than I needed for the shareholder benefits but since I put the cash in an IRA, I couldn't really put the left over cash from buying just 100 shares back into my bank account so I just put the whole @ $3000 into CCL stock.

 

So I guess I'm in for the ride (long term). My guess is that it will be my only individual stock purchase.

 

We have 3 cruises coming up. A B2B (7 day) this year in Oct, plus a 15 day Hawaii for next year. So that should get us $450 total in OBC for the 3 cruises.

 

Also hoping Carnival extends their Cruise (not cancel) offer past May 31 so that we can get the additional $200 OBC from that for each of our Oct 2020 cruises.

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22 minutes ago, Joe817 said:

Except for the stockholders, and the company itself. Agreed.

That would depend on the price you paid for the stock. I still hold the 100 I got at $58. The other day I purchased at $32 today I put in for $21.50 we shall see. I know it will go up. Have you checked Royal stock. Wnt from $80 to $45 during the last 5 days. high this year as about $155. When the tech stocks took a hit I purchased 1090 of Royal and sold it 3 months later and make $15.00. Should never have sold it. Like I should never have sold my 1964 Ford Mustang. Who knew? All speculation. But with everything so low as oil is now. At the pump our regular yesterday was $2.14.99 Will it drop below $2.00? I do not think you can go wrong buying any stock that has plummeted.

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I joined the Carnival family today at 22.65 per share .  I look forward to the shareholder credit!

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5 hours ago, Farts said:

It already hit 23 today and is currently selling at 24.31. Did you end up buying at 25 or move it down to 22?

Got it at 25

It's a long term hold so I'll live with it.

It's at 21 something now😡

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I bought 100 shares today for 21.78 a share. First time ever buying stock, I wish I could say it was easy but they have a lot of options to choose from. But I somehow figured it out. Now we can just sit and wait for it to double, triple, etc... 🤑

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