I read on another board that there has been a change in policy so that the stockholder onboard credit is IN ADDITION to any other onboard credit (where they used to max out). Can anyone direct me to the language that proves this? Thanks.
This is a copy of the email I received. I have a total of $550 shipboard credit on this trip.
"Good day Mr. Xxxxxx,
I am happy to inform you the restriction of the benefit not combinable to
any other shipboard offer has been lifted. This email will serve as
confirmation that your Booking #: XXXXXX sailing 11APR08 on board the Star
Princess has been issued an on board credit of $250.00 Carnival shareholder
Liza B. McDaniel
Direct 661 753 0305
Fax 661 753 0180"
That's great news. Sometimes they get it right.
If you don't mind me asking, how many shares of CCL do you have to own to get the onboard credit? Now would be a great time to buy.
100 shares minimum. That was around $3600 yesterday. Not sure what it is today, but it is still a good stock price.
In spite of the huge run-up today CCL closed at $37.87; that's only $1.77 above its 52 week low of $36.10 and $14.23 below its 52 week high of $52.10. BUY! BUY!
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