Costco Travel Cruise and On board credit

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#1
1 Posts
Joined Apr 2008
I was wondering. I had booked my next cruise on RCI with my normal Gold Star costco membership. Costco travel gives onboard credit if you book through them, which I got. I have recently upgraded to the executive membership. I booked my insurance through them, and I know it doubles with the executive membership. Does the onboard credit also increase if you have executive membership?

Worst case scenario I call when they open tomorrow and they say no but was just curious if anybody knew off the top of their head.
#2
New Mexico
14,522 Posts
Joined May 2004
Well, technically this is a discussion about a specific Travel Agency and the 'perks' of that agency. And the rules of the board prohibit naming or discussing specific Travel Agents/Agencies. Sorry.
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