I just got my e-docs. Had to use Internet Explorer. Tried three or four times on Firefox and it did not work. First time on IE it worked perfectly. Not quite as much as the tickets in the mail, but if it saves them a few bucks to spend on my food, that's okay with me.
We were one of the first to have E docs for Carnival back in March of this year (CCL started with the foreign bookings) The little old lady in Galveston looked at us as if we had sprouted something and kept asking for our little blue booklets.... getting rather flustered when I said we were not issued such!!! Her lady collegue must have picked up on it as she poped her head over and said "oh honey those are those new things they have said will be coming....." Right and we are your test rats!
Originally posted by fell2thetop:
Has anyone used carnivals e-docs? My cruise is in 49 days and for some reason the website wont allow me to print the documents or even see them. Are they only available at a certain time? Only the fun pass is accessible when i click to print the sign and sail aplication, it brings me back to the home page!
As far as i know, the edocs are ONLY availabe after final payment has been received by CCL
Actually, I thought it was the other way around now. That you automatically are issued e-docs, and you have to ask for paper docs. At least that's what it said in the emailed information packet I received from Carnival. Information from my travel agent reads as follows:
"Carnival Cruise lines is going to E-tickets! You will not receive paper tickets for your cruise."