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pghflyer

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About pghflyer

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    Maryland
  • Interests
    Hiking, Kayaking, Small Groups...NO Shopping or hotel restaurant meals
  • Favorite Cruise Line(s)
    The one going where I want to go!
  • Favorite Cruise Destination Or Port of Call
    World

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  1. I haven't found any yet, but the closest I get to pulling the trigger is the Inside Sail Away fares so I am not paying extra for restrictive NCL airfare that I don't need (have too many airline travel credits I need to burn)
  2. The prices are ridiculous and not in the realm of what I am willing to pay (not paying double normal price for a cruise just to use a $250 CruiseNext cert). However, have you guys seen the articles on rental car and hotel room prices? Some limited availability travel industry things are driving prices higher. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/rental-car-rates-soar-with-vehicles-in-short-supply-as-travel-rebounds/ In all cases, the rates will stick only if they are finding people to pay them. Guess we will see who blinks first.
  3. yeah the September Med cruises for Spirit are all missing now too......
  4. Yeah waiting until they drop the BOGO flights so the prices can go back to just above average. I have so many flight credits I don't need to pay a higher cruise fare for the BOGO flight with no say in the carrier or time.
  5. The one good thing I will say is as cruises have been cancelled that I have TRIED to use them on, they are always good about letting me move my oldest certificates to whatever I still have booked.
  6. Yeah it is a real poor treatment of the most loyal customers to not extend the certificates for the same amount of time they were shut down and not available for redemption.
  7. Last time I looked it was better to book the second B2B as a sailaway rate because the cost of those "free flights" are bundled into the non-sailaway rates........
  8. I am not messing with my original at all, that just seems like it will come back and get you at some point.
  9. Yeah 10% or 25% discounts don't mean much when the prices are 50-60% higher
  10. Good luck to you, I think no US departures this summer and honestly doubting my last week of August from Italy.
  11. I am doing 2-3 trips in the next year, each under 30 days, and the Nationwide Annual Travel Pro Deluxe seems like a great option to get some secondary medical as well cover nonrefundable cancellation costs. Anyone used it?
  12. 1 per person.....but you could use 2 for 2 people on an inside/ ocean which isn't always the case (often Balcony or higher required to use more than 1 for a room)
  13. Thanks for sharing what you heard - I believe you are saying the 10% discount (not FCC) can only be given/ used once right?
  14. Hmm. I haven't experienced it myself @MsTabbyKats but I would suspect they would return to you your 10% Discount Certificate for future use AND issue you $180 FCC.
  15. Wow really interesting everyone's different experiences. Definitely important to distinguish 10% Discount Coupon (good for future cruise, mine good for multiple years) versus 10% Future Cruise Credit (based on value of cancelled cruise).
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