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Changing LCV levels between B2B cruise

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Hi.

I have trawled through many posts but cant seem to find the answer.

All  being well, we will move from Discoverer to Discoverer Plus  after the first leg of a B2B next summer.

Will Miami be able to catch up  with that information for the second leg?  Does anyone have experience of this and will we be able to have the increased internet allowance on the second leg and the possible % increase in booking on board?

Many thanks.

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Yes it will be fine. Just mention to the LCV team onboard towards the end of the first cruise. It’s possible your sea pass will show the old status and if the minutes aren’t right they do a manual adjustment 

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Slightly different situation but we were actually due to move up a level at end of B2B in August this year but were able to get the new higher discount % when booking a future cruise onboard during the second leg of the B2B.

cheers

Neil

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Thanks Neil, thats always handy to know and likely to be of interest to others as well.

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17 minutes ago, NeilWM said:

Slightly different situation but we were actually due to move up a level at end of B2B in August this year but were able to get the new higher discount % when booking a future cruise onboard during the second leg of the B2B.

cheers

Neil

Interesting, that must be a new change, when we went up last time we weren't allowed to use the higher level discount - we did not book in the end.  Maybe we need to check what the actual rule is

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A Canadian lady on Journey who books the future cruises sorted it for us, she needed to check overnight with Miami. Possibly because we were already on 2nd part of B2B it was ok. I agree it would be handy to see the rule in writing.

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1 hour ago, uktog said:

Yes it will be fine. Just mention to the LCV team onboard towards the end of the first cruise. It’s possible your sea pass will show the old status and if the minutes aren’t right they do a manual adjustment 

Yes, just went through a similar transition.  Took an additional cruise to get the sea pass right.

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