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  1. I purchased an excursion & at the same time purchased a Cafe Select Coffee Card for my husband. We decided to cancel the excursion & it looked like the coffee card was also cancelled because I couldn't see it anymore, so I booked it again. Now I see there are 2 booked for my husband, which I didn't think was possible, so I cancelled one of them. Most "add-ons" say "reserved" after you book them, but this one doesn't.
  2. Can you cancel cruise planner purchases made pre cruise even when on board? Excursion or dinners if you change your mind? Or if it is a conflict with a show you really want to go to.
  3. Hi There, I recently came across your blog and forum and am really happy with all the information and tips provided. I will be taking a 4 day Bahamas cruise at the end of May 2018 on Enchantment of the seas. I will be travelling with my partner (who will be a first time cruiser) and my parents. My parents and I have cruised before and are looking forward to it. My parents booked the trip via a travel agency called Avoya travel. I have heard everywhere that travel agencies are the best way to go, but i was on the Royal Caribbean website the other day and it seems the price i got was a lot cheaper than the price we paid via the travel agencies. so i have a few questions What Agencies would do you like to use when booking your cruise vacation and is anyone familiar with avoya is it still possible to cancel the cruise through the agency and try to look for a better price somewhere else ( this probably depends on the agency itself; but until when are you still able to cancel a royal Caribbean booking free of charge) is it common to switch travel agencies if you encounter a better price. I've heard on the podcast that travel agencies are supposed to keep an eye out for better deals that might come along, but i just have this weird inkling that isn't happening I know a golden rule is to book as early as possible and i don't want to cancel one cruise and suddenly find out that there's no more opportunity to book. However, any money we can save would be very helpful.
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