Originally posted by peeksdad:
Yes Carnival has a room credit for all its cruise lines, including Princess. You must own a 100 shares of Carnival to qualify. The credit cannot be used for the casino or for gratuities. We have used it several times and it is nice to start out with a positive balance, even if it doesn't last that long. If you do much cruising (on Carnival brands) it can be a real plus.
6 day or less = $ 50 room credit
7-13 Days = $100 room credit
14 + days = $250 room credit
Note In England it would be 25 pounds for 6 day or 50 Euros in Europe.
What is the proof that has to be provided? Statement Number? My stock is always held by my brokerage house. Also at what time do you show that your a stockholder? At the time of booking?
How in the world do they keep track of what dollars came from where in order to keep you using them for gratuities? I get some of my cabin credit from onboard booking, some from being an Elite member, and at times some from the TA I book with. Has anyone ever been denied using the credit anywhere on the ship? Like I posted previously, I've asked on the last two cruises & was told I could use my cabin credit as I pleased.