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This may be a one off, but I just applied $1,442 in FCC using the new online tool to a 2021 cruise, and the net reduction in price came out as $1,957 (~136% of the face value of the FCC). I also did an FCC for $1,854 directly with the D+ desk on another 2021 cruise, and the net change was $2, 034 (~110% of the face value of the FCC).

 

Weird, but not complaining to RCL about it😀

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There always seem to be a bunch of weird line items on the itemized bill.... I'd assume there were various other discounts (age, CAS, state of residence, or who knows) that were applied in addition to the FCC.  

But YAY for Royal Math that works in your favor!!!!

 

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