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Does anyone know, when you have a back to back cruise, if any unused OBC from the first cruise be transferred to the second cruise? Do you have to use all the credit on the first cruise or is it refunded or lost. Hopefully we have a back to back in Australia in Feb. 2021 but who knows for sure.

 

Thank you for any help.

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You would get better information if you post this in the forum associated with the cruise line you are on rather than this forum which is general for any line. The answer might vary cruise line to cruise line.

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It seems you are cruising with RCCL. Each cruise is considered a separate one, from a booking and accounting POV.  So any OBC expires at the end of each cruise. It's a use it or lose it situation for nonrefundable OBC. ANY refundable OBC is credited back to to you according to the agreement with the agency that gave it to you (it might be to your credit card or as a gift card/voucher).

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