View Full Version : How do points work for the cruise?
03-22-2002, 11:31 PM
My wife and I want to go on the the 7 day cruise in September. The Guidebook has the note "Reservation Points per person are based on double occupancy and apply to 1st/2nd passenger." If the room has a cost of 126 points and then there is the All others which list points as 78. How many points would my wife and I have to spend? A. 252 or B. 204 or is there a C I am not thinking of. Thanks in advance
03-22-2002, 11:33 PM
The first two passengers are 126 each, additional passengers/kids are at the lower rates.
03-23-2002, 12:31 AM
Actually it's double occupancy, so if you were a single person and wanted to go by yourself, it would still be 252 points. In other words you pay for two persons at 126 points each, whether or not there really are two of you.
So, your answer of (A) is correct, 252 points for the two of you. If anyone else joins you and stays in the same stateroom, they are at an additional 78 points each.
03-24-2002, 09:26 AM
Plus the $75 exchange fee. :)
Also a reminder that the points and $75 pays for all your food, port charges and nightly entertainment.
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