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  1. So I have a multiple cruise cancellation conundrum. What happens if you are booked on a 7 day cruise in July and it gets cancelled. Then you use the FCC and $600obc on a 5 day cruise in August. But what happens if the 5 day gets cancelled? How much OBC will you get for the next cruise? Will you get the original $600 or does it get bumped down to $300? According to several other cruisers’ PVPs you will only get $300obc On JH FB page, his assistant says you get to keep the $600. I’m not sure what/who to “believe”🤷🏻‍♀️ Sent from my iPad using Forums
  2. mine was fixed yesterday. The rest of the FCC was applied and I’m suppose to have $30 refunded to credit card. I also see my OBC. So for now, everything looks good!
  3. Looks like there will be a floating hospital ship picking up sick passengers 🧐 “An outbreak management and response plan to provision and assist an affected cruise ship that relies on industry resources, e.g., mobilization of additional cruise ships or other vessels to act as “hospital” ship for the infected, “quarantine” ship for the exposed, and “residential” ship for those providing care and treatment, including the ability to transport individuals between ships as needed;”
  4. I did this today. My reschedule cruise is $30 less. My pvp said it would go back on the original card. I told him I’d take obc but he said it had to be put back on the card.
  5. I have a cabin on hold until April 21st For a July cruise because there is a “glitch” in the system that’s not transferring the entire amount to the new reservation...essentially the amount of a deposit I think. But it’s also charging and then refunding $43 million dollars. Anyone else get this today? So my options were to: 1. Pay the deposit of $250 and then they would refund me that deposit plus the difference in the 2 cruises “within 30-60 days” 2. Keep the booking as a hold until April 21 and hopefully the glitch is fixed by then (Just to be clear, my cancelled cruise was
  6. I’m supposedly going to be on a reduced pax cruise May 23rd. We thought of some ideas...many were suggested during a vodka martini party....really just vodka neat if I’m honest. 1. upon embarkation everyone will get a lanyard with purrell hoooked on it, and a weeks worth of masks with carnival emblazoned on them. 2. free alcohol to kill the germs 3. Every other table and chair will be removed. 4. half the number of pool chairs set 6 ft apart 5. 86 the ice cream cones. Bowls only. 6. elevator people ....I think there’s a fancier name for this (bellman?) so no one ever
  7. Per recommendation by our EJ guy (for what that is worth), we have a limit order at $7.
  8. Something else to think about is that the higher price will have a ripple affect on other things. Like price of insurance. And if you don’t get insurance or something happens that’s not covered by insurance, you’ll lose more money than if you book the lower fare. And if the cruise gets cancelled due to corona, that’s more money tied up in FCC if you don’t take the refund.
  9. Not really a sale. Here you can see the difference. It’s a 7 day cruise. But in Texas, you really only get 6 days. So about the same as if you just bought the package.
  10. JandJinTX- wonder if they aren’t offering if you already have casino offers with drinks🤷🏻‍♀️
  11. Shows up under “Today’s Deals” for me. Not for my husband who has a weak casino offer.
  12. I have one on April 30. I don’t see any advantage in cancelling before March 31.
  13. This was posted by someone to JH’s page so I wouldn’t consider it official yet
  14. The cancellation mentioned operations in North America. However, technically, I believe San Juan is in Central America. And there some cheap flights right now ($100 RT from Houston) Wondering if it might be a contingency plan!
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