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Mr. Candyman

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  1. A TA told me that Royal is allowing a one-time name change for Covid-19 related FCC's and I had already known that the Resolution department was allowing FCC to be moved around. There, they are reviewing the distribution of funds on a case by case basis if there are inequities. Unfortunately, many don't know to request or push for it because the first CSR that answers usually isn't going to do anything.
  2. Unless they extend it, I believe the current cruise planner prices are good thru April 27th
  3. I was just alerted that it just went down to $49 for our September Symphony sailing....I was so not expecting to see $40's again
  4. Let me first say that FCC rules and policies are constantly changing and catered towards certain situations so what worked for one-person last month may not be the same for someone else; therefore expect to hear different answers. No matter what, any FCC can never be used towards OBC. Royal offered (in the 2nd and 3rd rounds of cancellation) 125% OBC for cruise planner purchases made for the cancelled sailings. In both of those instances, it had to be to accepted by a certain date or it would be automatically refunded back to you. I believe in your case, your deposits will be refunded bac
  5. Don't forget, in the second round of cancellations they were offering 125% FCC on cruise planner purchases. If that is still offered in the next round and you can cancel beforehand you won't be able to take advantage of it. '
  6. I don't know if anyone noticed but Royal has sweetened the 125% FCC offer by extending it to cruise planner purchases as well. It's on the website under this latest update. My guess is it's so that people are more reluctant on requesting a full refund: Or, if you prefer the lower value in a full refund, we’re happy to process this for you. Given how fluid this situation is, and the opportunity to use the extra credit being offered, you have plenty of time to make up your mind. You have until December 31st, 2021 to request a refund. • Please contact us to start the refund process,
  7. When it happened to us I didn't want to fiddle with, plus I didn't think I had an option, so I had planned out another cruise to include all of us again.
  8. If their address was posted that tree would be cleared of any toilet paper in 30 minutes
  9. A decision had to be made between beer and toilet paper...... I guess the beer won!!
  10. I'm not the expert and someone will correct me if I'm wrong but this is the way I understand it to work
  11. That's where my uncertainty comes from. It's definitely stated in the terms for the CWC offer but not really clear with the 125% deal.
  12. Just when I think I have a grasp I second guess myself. If FCC is being issued for sailings until December 31, 2021, does that mean the sailing needs to be booked by then (meaning I can pick a sailing in 2022) or does the sailing need to be completed by 12/31/2021?
  13. I didn't even think of Mario. He'll be okay....He's on land several weeks out the year but I don't think ever for 30 days straight.
  14. I know TA's get their commission via bookings but how does cancellations like this affect them? Do they lose out completely or are they still given commission for initiated the bookings?
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