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latest from Nasdaq analysts . But no one really knows. 

Analyst

$99.5

Based on analysts offering 12 month price targets for RCL in the last 3 months. The average price target is $99.5 with a high estimate of $136 and a low estimate of $70. Sign in to your SmartPortfolio to see more analyst recommendations.

APR'21JUL'21OCT'21JAN'22APR'22JUL'22OCT'22
60708090100110120
BUY: 2
HOLD: 3
DATE: 10/01/2021
CONSENSUS: strong buy  
 
HIGH $136
AVG. $99.5
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3 minutes ago, taglovestocruise said:

latest from Nasdaq analysts . But no one really knows. 

Analyst

$99.5

Based on analysts offering 12 month price targets for RCL in the last 3 months. The average price target is $99.5 with a high estimate of $136 and a low estimate of $70. Sign in to your SmartPortfolio to see more analyst recommendations.

APR'21JUL'21OCT'21JAN'22APR'22JUL'22OCT'22
60708090100110120
BUY: 2
HOLD: 3
DATE: 10/01/2021
CONSENSUS: strong buy  
 
HIGH $136
AVG. $99.5

 

Thanks for this. Keeping my fingers crossed. 

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Does anyone know if the shareholder benefit be stacked on top of Amex Platinum benefits? 

 

Also if i have 2 rooms my wife in one and me in another and we hold the shares in a joint account does each stateroom get the credit?  

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3 minutes ago, amindu said:

Does anyone know if the shareholder benefit be stacked on top of Amex Platinum benefits? 

 

Also if i have 2 rooms my wife in one and me in another and we hold the shares in a joint account does each stateroom get the credit?  

Yes you can if in the joint account you own at least 200 shares of RCL stock.  You need 100 shares for each stateroom.

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11 hours ago, Biker19 said:

At the start of the pandemic it went from $130 to about $20. RCCL is still losing money.

I was able to buy a nice chunk at the drop. Did not buy at the lowest of $19 and change but was able to purchase under $20.  Bought some and figure if I hold onto 200 shares just for the OBC, it will pay off when we book our 40th cabin.  It will be many years before we see a dividend.

 

Waiting for the RCL stock to go sub $35 and I will be buying more shares.  Right now at mid $60 still too high for me with RCL bleeding money.  Now with this conflict and inflation....still room for stock to drop IMO.

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2 hours ago, taglovestocruise said:

latest from Nasdaq analysts . But no one really knows. 

Analyst

$99.5

Based on analysts offering 12 month price targets for RCL in the last 3 months. The average price target is $99.5 with a high estimate of $136 and a low estimate of $70. Sign in to your SmartPortfolio to see more analyst recommendations.

APR'21JUL'21OCT'21JAN'22APR'22JUL'22OCT'22
60708090100110120
BUY: 2
HOLD: 3
DATE: 10/01/2021
CONSENSUS: strong buy  
 
HIGH $136
AVG. $99.5

The date on this is 10/01/2022, today is 03/08/2022. Things change.

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I have no experience with shares and have just been cashed up.

Im going to buy a 100 shares for the feel  good glow.

Is RCL paying dividends? I presume not.

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9 hours ago, amindu said:

Does anyone know if the shareholder benefit be stacked on top of Amex Platinum benefits? 

 

Also if i have 2 rooms my wife in one and me in another and we hold the shares in a joint account does each stateroom get the credit?  

I got the shareholder OBC on each room (mind and husband's)  and only have 100 shares.  

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14 hours ago, molly361 said:

I got the shareholder OBC on each room (mind and husband's)  and only have 100 shares.  

Shhh be quiet. It probably slipped by the department.  On our march cruise, I applied for shareholders OBC on my room and wifes room.  I was told that I would need to own at least 200 shares if applying credit for 2 cabins on same cruise.  Sent in pdf of brokerage statement showing we own more than enough shares to get the credit for both cabins.

 

Just thinking out loud. If brokerage statement lists 100 shares in both names and you apply for shareholders credit. One person applies now and after you get the OBC attached to your cabin, then other shareholder applies for OBC for their cabin. How would RCl know that you only own 100 shares and are using the same 100 share statement?

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6 hours ago, frank808 said:

 

 

Just thinking out loud. If brokerage statement lists 100 shares in both names and you apply for shareholders credit. One person applies now and after you get the OBC attached to your cabin, then other shareholder applies for OBC for their cabin. How would RCl know that you only own 100 shares and are using the same 100 share statement?

That's what I did

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29 minutes ago, PhoenixCruiser said:

Do they send any confirmation after they review your stock portfolio PDF?  I haven't heard back and my cruise is soon.

Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't.  Check your cruise planner and see if it's listed at the top.

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On 3/9/2022 at 7:22 AM, molly361 said:

I got the shareholder OBC on each room (mind and husband's)  and only have 100 shares.  

How much obc do you get.  We have owned it for years and never knew.

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7 minutes ago, resetjet said:

How much obc do you get.  We have owned it for years and never knew.

It is $100 for a week long cruise. I'm not sure if it varies by cruise lenght.

 

Edit: I see the above post covered it.

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3 hours ago, Another_Critic said:

Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't.  Check your cruise planner and see if it's listed at the top.

 

I see the credit for my August cruise but not for my March cruise.

 

Do you get the OBC for casino cruises? 

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7 hours ago, PhoenixCruiser said:

 

I see the credit for my August cruise but not for my March cruise.

 

Do you get the OBC for casino cruises? 

You will if you pay to upgrade your room.

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  • $250 Onboard Credit per Stateroom on Sailings of 14 or more nights.
  • $100 Onboard Credit per Stateroom on Sailings of 6 to 13 nights.
  • $50 Onboard Credit per Stateroom on Sailings of 5 nights or less. Minimum 100 shares.
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On 3/14/2022 at 7:37 PM, Another_Critic said:

Sometimes they do, sometimes they don't.  Check your cruise planner and see if it's listed at the top.

I never got confirmation of my stock owner On-Board Credit but I did get an updated invoice from RCI that showed the $100 OBC.

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2 hours ago, SherriZ366 said:

I never got confirmation of my stock owner On-Board Credit but I did get an updated invoice from RCI that showed the $100 OBC.

I was booked in a group rate, and requested & received my shareholder OBC.  I went to my TA to upgrade my stateroom to a higher category out of the group rate, but for a lesser price, so my TA had to cancel my reservation and book with a new booking number.  I lost the OBC and all my cruise planner items.

 

I sent an email with broker statement in the morning, and that afternoon,  shareholder OBC was back in cruise planner, and received updated invoice from Royal showing all their OBC.  This was the 2nd time I requested shareholder OBC and it was received and documented the same day, using email.

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