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Old 08-12-2007, 09:01 AM
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Right, 3 people are on my booking.

From my booking docs: Guest will receive an onboard credit in the value of $50 - $200. Onboard credit value is based on length of sailing and will be assigned per stateroom, when ship and sailing date is selected.

I think it is safe to say that for a 3 or 4 day cruise I'd get $50. $100 for a 7-day. And $200 for something longer like 12 days or more.
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Old 08-12-2007, 09:25 AM
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Dave,

One more question on this Next Cruise thing. Is the onboard credit per person or per cruise? For instance, there are 3 of us, does that mean we get the onboard credit times 3? I hate to beat this to death but like you said, there is virtually no info on this on the RCI website.
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Old 08-12-2007, 09:55 AM
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It is per stateroom. So I guess if you booked two cabins you'd get anywhere from $100 to $400 in credits.
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:53 PM
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I am not sure, but it may be a moot point for you. My booking info says this program is only for residents of the U.S. and Canada.
Book-on-Board Program only for Americans?
That sounds strange.. hmm.
You get your booking papers from the U.S Office, but we have our own RCL office in Norway, and we gets the papers in Norwegian, so I guess the Departments has different documents =)

Does any Europeans know? Have you even booked On-Board?
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Old 08-13-2007, 05:40 PM
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I just found out there is no expiration date on next cruise bookings. It's $100 per person, but you can pay for one person and add the other/s when you use the booking. That way you only put $100 up front. On board credit could be a much as $300 per stateroom.

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Thanks Sonny, I was just getting ready to start a thread with this same info which I had read about elsewhere. I really like the idea of $100 vs. $300 for our family. We just got talked into doing this just now!!!
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Remember, the credit is per cabin no matter how many are in it. A $200 on board credit would be for 9 night or more.

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Dave said:
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I think it is safe to say that for a 3 or 4 day cruise I'd get $50. $100 for a 7-day. And $200 for something longer like 12 days or more.
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A $300 on board credit would be for a 13 night cruise.
There seems to be a $100 difference for a 12+ night booking. Is it a $200 or $300 on board credit for a future 14 night cruise? We hope to do a transatlantic next spring and either would be good, but the $300 sounds best!
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Sorry, I was thinking about the discount Diamond members get off the price of a balcony stateroom. Next cruise bookings for 9 nights and over will have a $200 on board credit per stateroom. 6 - 8 nights $100, and 3 - 5 nights will be $50 per stateroom.

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