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Cruise Critic News: Why Are Future Cruise Credits and Refunds Taking so Long?

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(12:30 p.m. EDT) -- With cruise lines around the world canceling sailings into the summer and beyond as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many cruisers are wondering why the process of issuing Future Cruise Credits, also known as FCCs, and refunds for affected voyages is taking so long. While there's no one reason, the answer primarily comes down ...

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My June 5 2020  Alaskan cruise was canceled by Celebrity on March 23, via email. I filled out the refund preference survey, and chose refund. I was told 45 days minimum. I just got almost half refunded by May 16 to my credit card, and will wait patiently for the rest. I am sure they are overwhelmed, sheer volumes of restructuring vacations, re-booking, redoing EVERYTHING, just seems like common sense to wait a little extra time for a refund. (Losing my credit card & cruising points was more upsetting than waiting for my refund!)

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