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Just did a booking and noticed LATREW* in the upper right corner of the NCL confirmation category PROMO CODES: .....

 

Under the payments section in the centre of Page 1, it defines *LATREW as follow. Does it mean this booking won't earn any Latitude rewards points?

 

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As stated in the notes, the code is automatically applied so that you get your tier benefits.

 

The sentence about it not providing Latitude points references certain cruises that offer double Latitudes points.  The code show won't award the "extra" points.  There is a separate code for that (I think it is LATITUDES but someone here will correct me if it's not.)

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On 8/31/2020 at 10:13 PM, pcakes122 said:

.  There is a separate code for that (I think it is LATITUDES but someone here will correct me if it's not.)

 

On 9/1/2020 at 12:10 AM, denatravels said:



This is correct. Latitude is the bonus point (for my February cruise that likely won’t happenemoji26.png). Latrew just means that you have a tier status so you get the benefits.
 

 

Thanks to both. I can read LATREW* is the basic code for all Latitude rewards members and the usual 1 point per night will be rewarded upon completion of the cruise. Whilst the separate code "LATITUDE" signifies the member will be rewarded one extra latitude points per night. 

 

Cheers.

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Can someone direct me to the thread that defines all of the Promo Codes?  I've seen one a while back, but a search pulls up many threads that are only discussing one particular promo code or another.  TIA

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LATREW = the promo code that adds your internet minutes/any onboard bonuses that comes with your latitudes status. This promo code does not give you any extra points.

 

LATITUDE, on the other hand, is the promo code that gives you the extra point per night for Latitudes cruises.

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We are platinum but our booking for next May doesn't have either item at the Promo Codes?

DISC20

EASYFARE

HSDISXIN

SHX50

Curious as well where we can find a couple of these. DISC20 should be the 20% we got and the SHX50 the discount for the cabin on a shore excursion. 

EASYFARE maybe just that we only moved this year to next year after we were cancelled but the other one is a puzzle.

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52 minutes ago, latebloomer56 said:

We are platinum but our booking for next May doesn't have either item at the Promo Codes?

DISC20

EASYFARE

HSDISXIN

SHX50

Curious as well where we can find a couple of these. DISC20 should be the 20% we got and the SHX50 the discount for the cabin on a shore excursion. 

EASYFARE maybe just that we only moved this year to next year after we were cancelled but the other one is a puzzle.

EASYFARE was a "Promo" code they used for awhile earlier this year (April-May maybe).  Perhaps if you look at your Amenities Invoice,  HSDISXIN might be more clear for you.  (It's not on any of our bookings. Perhaps if you booked a suite it might have something to do with that???)

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EASYFARE is on many of my bookings, actually don't remember ever seeing an invoice without that code. Here's what cruise industry site says: "Norwegian Cruise Line is introducing EasyFare, a new promotional code that further streamlines the line’s promotional code structure and booking process. The new code replaces PG6 and will better represent Norwegian’s philosophy of being easy to do business with as part of its Partnership 2.0 initiatives. EasyFare takes effect on April 1, 2011." My first cruise was in 2012. 

 

HSDISXIN is to do with all promos for those in the Haven. 

 

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EASYFARE was a "Promo" code they used for awhile earlier this year (April-May maybe).  Perhaps if you look at your Amenities Invoice,  HSDISXIN might be more clear for you.  (It's not on any of our bookings. Perhaps if you booked a suite it might have something to do with that???)

Easyfare is on every cruise that I book through the TA site. It doesn’t seem to do much[emoji23]


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10 hours ago, MeHeartCruising said:

I'm guessing HSDISXIN stands for Haven Suite (HS) Dining Package (DI), Shore Excursion Credits (SX) , Internet (IN).  Does that match up to the Free at Sea selections you have made on the booking?  And are you in a Haven Suite?

 

Studio, Inside, Oceanview, Balcony & Club Balcony Suite

**select 2 promotions**
DINBEV (Dining Package & Beverage)

INETDIN (Internet & Dining Package)
DINSHORE (Dining Package & Shore Excursions)

SHOREBEV (Shore Excursions & Beverage)
INETBEV (Internet & Beverage)

INETSHOR (Internet & Shore Excursions)
34INET (3rd & 4th Guest Free & Internet)

34DIN (3rd & 4th Guest Free & Dining Package)
34SHORE (3rd & 4th Guest Free & Shore Excursions)

34BEV (3rd & 4th Guest Free & Beverage)
99INET (3rd & 4th Guest for $99 USD & Internet)

99DIN (3rd & 4th Guest for $99 USD & Dining Package)
99SHORE (3rd & 4th Guest for $99 USD & Shore Excursions)

99BEV (3rd & 4th Guest for $99 USD & Beverage)

Concierge, Suite & Haven

**have all 5 promotions, but guests can give up some if they don't need**
CHOALL4M (Beverage, Dining Package, Shore Excursions & Internet),
HSDISXIN (Dining Package, Shore Excursions & Internet),
HSBVSXIN (Beverage, Shore Excursions & Internet),
HSINTSHO (Internet & Shore Excursions)
CHO34 (3rd & 4th Guest Free)

CHO99 (3rd & 4th Guest for $99 USD)

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