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How do you tell if a deal is transferable to another party? In this case a family member of mine who has never cruised before. I read about transferring deals on here before but I can't find it anywhere.

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Never once seen  transferable deal tbh. I think that's why no one else is chiming in. 

 

If you cancel someone in your cabin sometimes usually for a fee they can be replaced, but at least one person of original has to remain.

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5 minutes ago, tallnthensome said:

Not transferable and why you can’t find it.   Wouldn’t make much sense for carnival  to move your personal deal to someone who has never cruised before .  

Exactly as I can remember maybe close to 20 years ago, people would buy up cheap rates and then try to resell them for more money later when prices went up. That put a stop to allowing transfers.

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Transferring you remember hearing about is probably all the people having to transfer their own cruises to other cruises due to cancellations and new requirements.  NOT transferring to a whole other person.

 

As someone posted you can replace people in a room with others for a fee, but at least one original person must remains in the room.

 

 

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Actually after talking to a CSA earlier they are able to move rates to another passenger as long as I'm on that cruise too. Not casino deals but carnival deals/rates.

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11 hours ago, jperry2011 said:

Actually after talking to a CSA earlier they are able to move rates to another passenger as long as I'm on that cruise too. Not casino deals but carnival deals/rates.

Yes, that is what we had mentioned.  At least 1 party on the original booking has to still be on the sailing.  You just can't completely give your booking over to all new people 😎

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11 hours ago, jperry2011 said:

Actually after talking to a CSA earlier they are able to move rates to another passenger as long as I'm on that cruise too. Not casino deals but carnival deals/rates.

As mentioned a couple time above you, one person from original booking has to stay on the booking. Sure add someone with a better rate works. Lol I could add someone if they were willing lol. Works for me.

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34 minutes ago, wemjam said:

Yes, that is what we had mentioned.  At least 1 party on the original booking has to still be on the sailing.  You just can't completely give your booking over to all new people 😎

Oops sorry, I didnt read to the bottom, you said same thing as me ...sorry

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