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8 hours ago, Sayuil said:

Hey newbie question

can you use 10% off and OBC reward on an existing upcoming booking?

generally how much is OBC rewards for? 100k coins?

AFAIK, you can only use one reward per booking, and the booking must be made no more than 30 days prior to redemption.

As far as the cost of the OBC, I believe it's 100k, but I can't verify since there's not one currently available for purchase.

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Here's an interesting question! It does say in the terms and conditions of the rewards (I'm looking at doing the $100 OBC):

"This reward applies to new individual bookings booked with Royal Caribbean's Casino Royale Reservation Center at 855-284-7463 Monday-Friday 8AM to 10PM EST and Saturday-Sunday 9AM to 5:30PM EST or contract your professional Travel Advisor and is subject to verification."

I've bolded and underlined this to point out what I am focusing on. If this is the case, should that not mean that my travel agent should be able to get the $100 OBC added to my booking, even though I went through them and not Casino Royale as long as I am within 30 days of booking?

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12 minutes ago, cjacksonii said:

Here's an interesting question! It does say in the terms and conditions of the rewards (I'm looking at doing the $100 OBC):

"This reward applies to new individual bookings booked with Royal Caribbean's Casino Royale Reservation Center at 855-284-7463 Monday-Friday 8AM to 10PM EST and Saturday-Sunday 9AM to 5:30PM EST or contract your professional Travel Advisor and is subject to verification."

I've bolded and underlined this to point out what I am focusing on. If this is the case, should that not mean that my travel agent should be able to get the $100 OBC added to my booking, even though I went through them and not Casino Royale as long as I am within 30 days of booking?

Whomever holds the booking can apply for the $100 OBC to be added. My TA has applied this to one of my bookings before, you just need to forward them all the info.

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3 hours ago, Ken Davidson said:

Are the cruises always for two people?

Yes, they based all bookings on the standard of double occupancy. I often sail solo and pay for two people minus port fees and taxes for the second person.

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On 7/22/2021 at 3:20 PM, Kayleigh said:

My husband was lucky enough to "win" the "free" cruise. Granted this isn't the itinerary or ship we would like, but for the price it will be just fine  (especially after this past year)?

When we called to book the cruise we asked about cabin upgrades. If we kept the inside cabin, we would have only paid about $98 (tax and port fees). We decided to upgrade to a balcony cabin and only paid $469!

On our cruise last January, I had enough saved up to get a $50 on board credit (I think my husband did too and we were able to combine to get $100 OBC). I tried to get the $100 OBC for this cruise and unfortunately you can only redeem one benefit/person/booking.

I have been trying to find out, when you redeem the rewards for the free sailings, are they only for one person? Does the second guest in the room (since everything is booked for double occupancy) have to pay a full cruise fare for themselves or does it cover both people? Do you each only have to pay the port taxes and fees? Does gratuity still need to be factored as well or is that covered in your cruise fare? I am always on the lookout for these rewards, but they go so quickly, and I'm afraid to redeem my points without knowing all the details since it says they are non-refundable. Any information is appreciated.

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5 hours ago, CSpross2022 said:

I have been trying to find out, when you redeem the rewards for the free sailings, are they only for one person? Does the second guest in the room (since everything is booked for double occupancy) have to pay a full cruise fare for themselves or does it cover both people? Do you each only have to pay the port taxes and fees? Does gratuity still need to be factored as well or is that covered in your cruise fare? I am always on the lookout for these rewards, but they go so quickly, and I'm afraid to redeem my points without knowing all the details since it says they are non-refundable. Any information is appreciated.

"Free" cruise is for two (2) passengers based upon standard double occupancy in an interior stateroom.  Both passengers pay port taxes, fees and the additional daily gratuity.  Good luck.

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2 hours ago, San Diego Garrett said:

Unbelievable how the MyVegas points have devalued. 3-5 night cruises we're going for 600,000 points. Now going for 2.5 million. Crazy.

Also, I won a cruise and was able to sail solo and only pay taxes/fees for myself. That was a nice surprise.

In the Android app, I see three night cruises for one million, four nights for two million, and five nights for two point five million.

I’ve been letting the app run during breakfast for about a month. So far I’ve accumulated 150,000 loyalty points. So if the reward prices don’t change, I can have a free five night cruise in less than a year and a half with minimal effort on my part. Seems like quite a deal.

It’s too bad none of the reward cruises leave from Galveston.

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