This topic has been discussed before, however I could not find the answer to my question.
Are there any special on board perks for passengers booked in a Junior Suite? The wife and I are considering a Junior Suite for an Apr' 09 cruise (liberty, Serenade or Adventure). Ship and stops do not matter to us, as you can tell by the ship choices.
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Hi, we are booked in a JS for our Sept '09 Alaska cruise, could someone explain these "credits" that are mentioned? What are they and what do you do with them/ do they count toward reduced booking prices or what? Thanks for any and all help, we're still fairly new to cruising.
Thanks,so does this mean that C&A status is based on points and not the actual # of cruises? I thought it was the # of cruises taken that moved you up to another catagory...? I realize I'm probably making this harder than it is, but I'm still a little muddy on it. It looks like we're doing the same itenararies on the same ships but @ different times. We'll be on the Rhapsody in Sept to Alaska and on the Freedom Jan 2010 to Eastern Caribbean. Just not ready for anything as big as the Oasis! Will be waiting to hear what you thought about Alaska and the Rhapsody. Thanks for your input.
does this mean that C&A status is based on points and not the actual # of cruises?
That is correct. Thus it is possible for someone to go from rookie to diamond member very quickly if they have the time and money. Doing 5 three-night cruises in a suite gets you 10 points and that means diamond level, so you could do it in 15 days. I made RCI diamond level with six cruises, because of doubled points for booking suites.
Rumor is that RCI is going to revamp the program and make it harder to achieve diamond level.