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If you want to take advantage of the free cruise, you should probably try prior to the original cut off date... I was also a contest winner, and jumped on the very first cruise out of Miami. Also, expect to receive a 1099 tax form for $2,400 if you decide to accept the free cruise...

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4 hours ago, sid_9169 said:

If you want to take advantage of the free cruise, you should probably try prior to the original cut off date... I was also a contest winner, and jumped on the very first cruise out of Miami. Also, expect to receive a 1099 tax form for $2,400 if you decide to accept the free cruise...

Just FYI the 1099 has nothing to do with VV, any promotional prize/give away would require one.

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I was also a winner and had a booking for mid January hoping covid would be finished but then omicrom came along.  I am in Canada and with border restrictions and all the testing requirements it was just too difficult to travel.  I asked that it be moved to late this year.  Twice I was refused and told the cruise had to be taken by April.  I emailed the CEO of Virgin and the next day received a reply saying I could change to any date this year.   

 

Thank you Virgin!

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