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Clear Laker

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  1. We usually go to Guest Services the night before departure and cash out our refundable credit before the lines get long. Then whatever incendentials we have gets charged to our credit card on file.
  2. This might work to your advantage if one of the adults wants the drink package. As you are not required to buy packages for all in the cabin for minors. So say hubby wants package and you don't … He can purchase it and the son doesn't have to buy anything.
  3. @hsweat22 this is what I bought: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MYBLNA6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It was $11
  4. It is true. They are behind the bed ... ask the room attendant.
  5. Liberty - No. Only Oasis and Quantum Class ships
  6. Since the banning of extension cords and power bars and with the hope of avoiding one of Royal's '25 Orange Extension Cords I have done the following: - For my CPAP I bought a 15' cord to replace the standard 6' cord that goes from the outlet to the power transformer block . You can buy them on Amazon as they are the same cords used for TVs and some computers. - I bought a 220v plug adapter with USB ports. This allow for an additional plug at the desk for dual voltage devices as well as 2 spots for charging phone, tablets etc. - Lastly, I went to the hardware store and bought an old fashioned 1 to 3 square block 110v adapter. These days as most things are USB powered … having 5 standard outlets and 2 USB outlets is all we need. Total investment was less than $20.
  7. Us too. Got a great price on a huge suite with discount parking at the port. Had good beach and pool. Free parking.
  8. The price they are displaying to you in the Cruise Planner already reflects the 50% off.
  9. A PNR # is a 6 digit A/N code that is used to identify you, from purchase to you boarding in all of the airline systems. It goes back to the days when Travel Agents booked tickets for you. The problem with reservation #s it is usually unique to the organization who sold you the ticket. i.e. Air2Sea, Priceline or the specific airline. The PNR code as it is known, is what is unique to you with each airline with all of that airline's systems. As stated, some airline's systems allow you to use multiple ways to look up your reservations (name, reservation #, PNR code) ... some don't. The PNR Code is the industry standard for all airlines.
  10. For FWIW, you can call the RC Visa Cruise Credit Department and ask for you onboard credit to be applied to your cruise account earlier than 14 days prior to departure. It helps with making Cruise Planner purchases earlier during sales. The reason they wait in posting is that if for some reason you had to cancel your cruise, you lose your Onboard Credit as BOA considers it a non-refundable gift certificate. You have to work with RC to get it applied to another cruise. In the old days you didn't get the credit until the second day of the cruise.
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