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We´re doing a B2B on Edge in January and will have the same stateroom for the entire duration. I have read somewhere that we will get a letter in our stateroom the last night, telling us where to meet (everyone doing B2B) and be escorted off the ship to then re-enter.

 

Just a question about this - will Celebrity automatically know that we will be on for one week and than go for the next week too? Or do we have to give notice to someone? (I know to tell the stateroom attendant that we will be staying for another week, but was more asking in regards to the actual re-boarding process).

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Yes they know and you should get a B2B OBC. Check ahead to make sure it is put on your account

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2 hours ago, gold1953 said:

Yes they know and you should get a B2B OBC. Check ahead to make sure it is put on your account

 

The B2B discount is not in the form of OBC.   It is a discount applied to the cruise fare of each cruise.  You generally have to ask for this when booking the cruise.  You should check with whomever you booked with to see if this was applied and if not see if they can get it applied now as someone should have mentioned it to you.  If each segment is 7 days the discount is $50 per segment.

 

If your reservations are properly setup as B2B then yes Celebrity should know.  Otherwise at some point in the cruise they will send you a disembarkation questionnaire asking about flight times etc.  One of the options is continuing cruiser.   Or you can just stop by guest relations at some point and make sure they are aware.   Have a great cruise.

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And not all B2B cruises get the discount.  Got $100 discount on 1st leg but was denied the discount on 2nd leg because leg 1 was booked with X and transferred to a TA while the 2nd leg was booked directly with the same TA.  Was told both booking must be made through the same place ( X or TA). 

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37 minutes ago, jelayne said:

And not all B2B cruises get the discount.  Got $100 discount on 1st leg but was denied the discount on 2nd leg because leg 1 was booked with X and transferred to a TA while the 2nd leg was booked directly with the same TA.  Was told both booking must be made through the same place ( X or TA). 

 

Past September booked onboard the Eclipse a B2B with 2 place-holders, when I called my TA to book the desired cruises the discount in both legs was removed.

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46 minutes ago, gerelmx said:

 

Past September booked onboard the Eclipse a B2B with 2 place-holders, when I called my TA to book the desired cruises the discount in both legs was removed.

 

Were the desired cruises still B2B.   If so they should be able to put it back after repricing to the new cruises.

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1 hour ago, jelayne said:

And not all B2B cruises get the discount.  Got $100 discount on 1st leg but was denied the discount on 2nd leg because leg 1 was booked with X and transferred to a TA while the 2nd leg was booked directly with the same TA.  Was told both booking must be made through the same place ( X or TA). 

 

Again that policy is NUTs.    What is it like a 2% discount!

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2 minutes ago, wrk2cruise said:

 

Were the desired cruises still B2B.   If so they should be able to put it back after repricing to the new cruises.

 

Yes the new cruises are B2B, TA say me that they don't have the YDR7 discount code in his terminal, so I cancel and will re-book onboard Reflection next February

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To the OP's question.   Yes they know that you are a B2B.   About 4-5 days before the end of the first cruise you will receive an invitation the B2B briefing.   They will go over all the procedures of the turn around day.   If you are not changing room you don't need to do anything.   If changing rooms all you have to do is pack up things in drawers and toiletries.    The Cabin Attendent will move everything including hanging clothing to your new room.  

 

 

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