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  1. Don't forget to start your port days off with a spiked coffee or mimosa or two. Also, get free water bottles at the bar before you get off the ship to take with you.
  2. If the credit is on the price you paid, it probably would not be worth it to use it on a cruise that was covered mostly by FFC, right?
  3. The one issue is with the coming restrictions to port stops being limited to cruise-sponsored excursions is that I fear they will sell out well before boarding. That's one that I definitely wish they would you let us use OBC for.
  4. Watch the buffet deli area (meat & cheese selections) for the days when prosciutto is there, put some on a plate and take it to the deli to be added to the Caprese Sandwich (and ask them to grill it) - YUM! Also wrap prosciutto around some of the melon pieces for an appetizer.
  5. find your original booking confirmation email, it should have the rate information in smaller print near the bottom.
  6. Not sure what this means for our Halloween weekend cruise on Inspiration. If that one is cancelled, that will be our 4th cancellation so far. 😢
  7. Not true. I transferred all my FCC from a March cruise that was cancelled to one I had already put a deposit on in October. I just recently put the FCC from my June cruise to one I had booked for January. Hopefully my October cruise will still happen. When you get your cancellation letter, there will be a link for you to choose between a refund or FCC plus OBC. The FCC will be for the cabin fare only; the port fees, other items will be refunded. You have to put a deposit on a new cruise; you can't use the FCC for the entire fare. If your FCC is for more than your remaining fare for the new cru
  8. I wouldn't be surprise to see shop prices to be the same or inflated a bit. Same with excursions. There will be a LOT of guests sailing with lots of OBC to spend onboard. I wish they would let you reserve excursions ahead of time, but pay onboard so you could use OBC. The way it is now, there will be a scramble once you are onboard to book your excursions before they sell out.
  9. Congratulations Lucy! You're an inspiration. Live, Laugh, Love. That's all we need to do here on this planet.
  10. Yep, website down right now. I'm getting nervous for the cruise I booked for my birthday in June as a replacement for the one I missed in March. Sigh. Stupid virus
  11. Thanks for that. I had sent in the form linked to the cancellation email I got, and marked it for FCC/OBO. However, in my cruise manager the cruise is still appearing for April 11th. I was thinking about clicking on the Cancel button but was nervous because it's still saying $1300 penalty will be assessed.
  12. Could you purchase a cabana on HMC in advance, and then cancel it onboard (for a refund) and then use OBC to re-purchase it?
  13. I could possibly see them upping the number of required shares for the OBC. Glad I bought 200 of them instead of 100 when it went below $8
  14. Using the form above, I wonder if you could apply one person's FCC to one booking, and the other person's FCC to a different booking?
  15. You have to put a deposit down first (FCC can't be used as a deposit). Then, once you have a new booking number, the email hand another link to use to apply your FCC to that new cruise: https://www.carnival.com/request-forms/reimbursement-form.aspx
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