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About Joe817

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    Arlington, TX
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    Traveling, Photography, playing with grandkids, map collecting, ham radio operator(Extra Class)
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  1. I'm not surprised. Especially considering the record high levels of the virus spread. *sigh*
  2. ^^^^^ This! I totally agree. It's a pointless exercise that does nothing but raise my blood pressure.
  3. You should be refunded the same way you paid for the cruise. In other words, you should receive new gift cards as the refund.
  4. That's the first good news I've heard in a looonnnnngggggg time! Thanks for posting Linda! 👍
  5. Good choice! I'm sure you all will not be disappointed!
  6. Not me. We are in a holding pattern until something happens to make me feel confident that our cruise is actually going to happen. I simply don't want to go through the refund process, if our cruise gets cancelled. If not, then great! We will book an excursion once we are onboard. If that excursion is filled up, I'm quite sure we can find a suitable replacement.
  7. No you don't. Many people when AARP changed to their 'new' fulfillment company, migrated from AARP to Allstate to get their gift cards. I did, and I"m glad I did it.
  8. Good read Reg. Thanks for posting! 👍
  9. Very true Greg. BUT.....one can still get a drink while still on board in Galveston. It just gets charged to your Sail & Sign card. I had a Funship Special(my drink of choice on our cruise)
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