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Do Travel Agents still get commissions when trip is cancelled?

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This isn't directly "insurance related", but this part of CC is probably where more members have had experience with cancelling cruises, including on short notice.


When a cruise is cancelled after full penalty, meaning 100% is kept by the cruise line, do Travel Agents still get their commission?

Our current TA has been wonderful over the few years we've known him, and he really goes over and above with help in many ways (and not just cruise-related).

I'd *hate* to learn that he'd lose some or perhaps all of his commission.


It seems that if the vendor is keeping ALL of "our" money, the regular/full commission should still be paid to the agent...?

(This is with Oceania, in case there is any variability among the cruise lines.)


Any travel agents here who can speak from experience, rather than guessing?







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I'm not a TA, but here is a thread which address the issue.  It was over on the RCI forum.



Have  you asked your TA what happens?  He'd likely be able to give you an answer.

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