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Should the FCC follow the credit card holder or the name on the cabin?

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Last year I booked and paid the deposits on 4 cabins for a sailing at the end of July 2020.  We are not yet to final payment date.  I recently had to cancel one cabin for my in-laws due to health reasons.  I called the 800 number to cancel and I was told the deposits I paid for would count as a future cruise credit for my in-laws.  Has anyone also experienced this?  It is unlikely my in-laws will ever cruise again in the future.  Is it possible a Carnival supervisor would move the FCC to the name on the credit card (mine)?



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2 hours ago, Cruisesfun65 said:

The future cruise credit (after penalty deduction) will be in the name of the person who paid the deposit. 

If denied, your TA should have a form for credit transfer request. It's very easy to do. 


This was very helpful!  I called Carnival back. I also mentioned it was due to health reasons and not Covid-10 (not sure if that made a difference...) and the agent emailed me a Transfer Cruise Credit request form.

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