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  1. Normally yes, unless Royal deems that the lower price is restricted to new bookings. That is most likely to happen when a price shows up on the weekly sales flyer.
  2. I'd prefer to be closer to the stairs/elevators, but I don't see anything wrong with those staterooms.
  3. I believe they charge something like $10 if you cancel within 24 hours once you are onboard.
  4. Any ports that you miss will give you a refund on port taxes. Beyond that, it's up to the cruise line. Might get some onboard credit, might get some amount as a Future Cruise Credit.
  5. Good, thanks for reporting back. By the way, how many gift cards did you use?
  6. You have to monitor the price in your Cruise Planner on Roal's website. Check often.
  7. Correct, using your SeaPass card directly in the machine to play avoids the 5% charge. However, only certain machines on certain ships have this capability.
  8. You insert your SeaPass card into the machine and select how much money you want. The system loads money from your account into the machine. You can then play the machine and/or press the cash out button and get a ticket which can be taken to the cashier to redeem for cash.
  9. You can book a last minute cruise and get the balcony discount, but you lose $25 if booked within 6 months of the sailing date.
  10. I believe Ken posted that it's due next week. https://boards.cruisecritic.com/topic/2697310-large-family-bookings/?do=findComment&comment=58407832
  11. He should have received the 75% FCC.
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