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On our past cruise we got OBC for each of us for our Latitude silver status. Was that a promo or does it happen each time?  If it does what is amount? 

 

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3 minutes ago, KarlChilders said:

I think that was probably booking one of the Latitudes Insider special cruises.  There is no standard OBC for Latitudes members that I am aware of.  

https://www.ncl.com/latitudes-rewards-program

It used to be that you got a one off OBC offer when you moved up latitudes levels, but I don’t believe they have done that for a few years now.

 

If it was a few years ago then that may be what the OP is referring to.

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4 minutes ago, KeithJenner said:

It used to be that you got a one off OBC offer when you moved up latitudes levels, but I don’t believe they have done that for a few years now.

 

If it was a few years ago then that may be what the OP is referring to.

interesting, never heard that before, but then only been cruising since '16

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6 minutes ago, KarlChilders said:

interesting, never heard that before, but then only been cruising since '16

I just searched through my emails and it seems it stopped in 2014.

 

My initial thought when I read the question is that the OP booked an insider offer. I suspect your original answer is correct.

 

But if they booked their last cruise before 2014 then it may have been the tier level offer.

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The first cruise I went on my aunt got a 25$ OBC as a reward for being a previous cruiser since then the loyalty system has changed and you don't get that any more.  I was lucky enough to get a 50$ OBC for myself and my husband long with two perks on an inside cabin on one of the recent offers but it was a one-off

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Thanks 

This was for a May 2019 cruise

Must have been a special as my husband, myself and I all got an OBC 

I believe it was about $75 each 

 

Just booked for November 2020 through a Latitudes loyalty offer

 

 

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For awhile it seems like there was often an offer for additional OBC based on what cabin you booked.  Sometims it was a 'Balcony and above' and other times it came along with a Latitudes Insider offer.

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If you own NCL stock you will get OBC on all of your NCL cruises. The amount depends on the length of the cruise. One our next cruise (16 day Panama Canal) we are getting $250 OBC. 

 

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21 hours ago, KarlChilders said:

interesting, never heard that before, but then only been cruising since '16

same here: we have moved up from beginning to now Platinum plus and have been for quite awhile. We never got any OBC for changing levels. We have gotten a lot of OBC via our Travel agent, via some promos being run and for being Stock Holders

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33 minutes ago, newmexicoNita said:

same here: we have moved up from beginning to now Platinum plus and have been for quite awhile. We never got any OBC for changing levels. We have gotten a lot of OBC via our Travel agent, via some promos being run and for being Stock Holders

The offer applied if you booked within 120 days of changing levels. I assume that it was an incentive to get people to book soon after they got back.

 

Maybe it just applied to the UK, but I don't see any particular reason why that would have been.

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On 9/18/2019 at 6:10 AM, andymattmom said:

On our past cruise we got OBC for each of us for our Latitude silver status. Was that a promo or does it happen each time?  If it does what is amount? 

 

Thanks 

We got $100 each on our Spirit Baltic cruise but our friends who joined us did not. I didn’t know why and didn’t want to ask for fear of losing it 😀. I have lost it before 😩 as they said it was a mistake.

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On 9/18/2019 at 3:31 PM, KeithJenner said:

It used to be that you got a one off OBC offer when you moved up latitudes levels, but I don’t believe they have done that for a few years now.

 

If it was a few years ago then that may be what the OP is referring to.

I vaguely recall this.  My problem was I was top level since mid 2000’s. And didn’t get anything.  😀   (Except being only one on the ship and a few cpt dinners).   

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