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Old 07-08-2009, 12:49 PM
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I agree the benefits can be enticing. That is; when comparing two cruises and all else is the same, then the benefits can be the tie breaker. But if two cruises have a specific itinerary I want to see, and A has it and B with benefits doesn't, then I'm picking the one that meets my needs regardless of benefits. Moral of the story, one shouldn't get so dependent on benefits to cloud their judgement on booking another cruise, that would be other wise be very enjoyable.