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About KelJ

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    Royal Caribbean
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  1. Woo hoo! Dear Guest, Well, this round’s on us. On Monday, July 1st, 2019, from 4:00 PM to 1:30 AM EST, we posted incorrect pricing of $18 USD per person, per day, for Deluxe Beverage Packages. Given that we typically price these packages at about $55 USD per person, per day, it was the (messed up) deal of the century. This was a BIG mistake! It might have been bad code, a random computer glitch — or maybe we just need to reinstate our intern typing test. Any which way, it was our error, and we’ll own it. Enjoy your deep, deep discount — while we go drown our sorrows. Happy 4th of July! Sincerely,
  2. I’ve never had it update on the invoice either, but I was trying to rationalize why I may have been receiving a new invoice.
  3. Wow. Just wow. 😳 Edit to add: Imagine if they cancel everybody’s $18 drink packages but just apply the credit to cruise fare still owed. I know everyone has to pay the cruise fare sooner or later, but I prefer to decide when.
  4. I, out of the blue, received a new emailed guest invoice last night (9:51 pm). At first I thought it was going to be a drink package cruise planner cancellation. I printed it off today and compared it to my months-old guest invoice, and there was no change whatsoever, but for the invoice date. I used OBC toward the drink package, but the OBC was still listed in the invoice. I’ve read over the last couple days that many C&A members, like you, have had to re-enter their C&A numbers, but I haven’t had to do that. Weird coincidence?
  5. It varies by ship and sailing. If the $50 in my cruise planner is 20 percent off the onboard price, the onboard price would be $63. So 30 percent off would be $44. Plus the 18 percent gratuity is added to that.
  6. Thirty percent off of what? The onboard price that almost nobody pays? The $50 price in my cruise planner is supposedly twenty percent off of the onboard price.
  7. Yes, I've read that as well. I'll keep trying, as I still have lots of time. This is a TA, so I anticipate lots of pinnacles, so I may not make it in.
  8. We are in a JS in April on Anthem. Coastal Kitchen has been in our planner for quite a while, but I also get the "selection not available" message when I try to book it.
  9. The red word “cancel” is what you would click to cancel your purchase. It doesn’t mean it’s been canceled. If you click the blue “view order details,” you will see what was purchased and the price paid.
  10. Just booked it online 20 minutes ago for our April 2020 Anthem transatlantic. As others have reported, my email confirmation states “special offer 21+.”
  11. Pressing for first formal night is free if you are in a suite. My husband sent out his tux and shirt, and I sent out a blouse.
  12. As a result of reading this thread (and mostly the wine thread that was closed), I just bought my first bottle of white Conundrum. My local liquor store doesn’t carry the red but offered to order it for me.
  13. Carol, I hope not. The other time we sailed Anthem, bad weather forced our Northstar reservation to be canceled. I am hoping to do it in April, but DH won’t be upset if it’s shut down. He doesn’t do heights well and was, I think, secretly happy that we couldn’t ride it!
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