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Old 02-25-2013, 10:54 AM   #31
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we like the unlimited use too, but you can prebuy a day pass online for $16
We just did this on the Fantasy and for one day we were charged 27 dollars each. When we viewed our bill while on the cruise i called the spa area and told them I thought it was suppose to be 16 each the CM said that it is 27 dollars a day per person. I am in the process of trying to get the right price and possibly call DCL to fight this.
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Old 02-25-2013, 11:01 AM   #32
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We just did this on the Fantasy and for one day we were charged 27 dollars each. When we viewed our bill while on the cruise i called the spa area and told them I thought it was suppose to be 16 each the CM said that it is 27 dollars a day per person. I am in the process of trying to get the right price and possibly call DCL to fight this.
That's why I didn't do it on the Fantasy. I went to look and they said $27 per day. Not sure how you'll fight it.

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Old 02-25-2013, 11:21 AM   #33
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That's why I didn't do it on the Fantasy. I went to look and they said $27 per day. Not sure how you'll fight it.

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I read 16 dollars on the DCL website under my planning center a week before the cruise so didn't bother checking till we were done. I don't mind a price a small increase but 60% thats crazy. Oh well you got the same price when you checked on board that I got billed for. I thought maybe it was a mistake on their part. Oh well live and learn
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:40 PM   #34
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Wow! We paid 16.00 on the Magic. That is a price increase. Don't know that it's worth That much per day
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Old 02-25-2013, 01:37 PM   #35
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It's still showing $15 + $1 service charge on the on-board shopping page.

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Old 02-25-2013, 01:40 PM   #36
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It's still showing $15 + $1 service charge on the on-board shopping page.

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They had a sign on the counter that very largely stated $27 per day. Can you pre-buy it for $16? Maybe that would be the best bet for those traveling on the Fantasy.

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Old 02-25-2013, 08:12 PM   #37
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Best bet is to pre-pay ahead of time for 16.00 a day. I just went on the wonder last month and they were selling a week pass for 129.00. I bought my day passes for 16.00 which if I bought all 5 days would of only cost 80.00 so I have no idea why it costs so much more to buy on the ship.

My advice bottom line is to buy ahead of time if you are sure you are going to use it..
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Old 02-25-2013, 08:44 PM   #38
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Best bet is to pre-pay ahead of time for 16.00 a day. I just went on the wonder last month and they were selling a week pass for 129.00. I bought my day passes for 16.00 which if I bought all 5 days would of only cost 80.00 so I have no idea why it costs so much more to buy on the ship.

My advice bottom line is to buy ahead of time if you are sure you are going to use it..
I posted on our Facebook page that we had set up for our cruise the same thing I posted here about the price difference for Rainforest. A couple of people said it was the same thing with other treatments such as the fire and ice pedicure. Not that I would get one. But she said the price on line before cruise was much lower then when she got on the ship. So I guess their is a difference about precruise buying. Not sure why this should be such a big dollar difference. I could understand a couple bucks. Well a lesson learned for next cruise.
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Do I call DCL to book a one day pass for the Dream? Do you charge me now or but it on my account? I found it on the DCL website but it says to download form... Confused
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The one day pass sounds good for us. Just wondering, can you use it any day during the cruise or do you have to specify a day when purchasing?
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Just off the Fantasy. They only sell day passes on port days if they are not too crowded. The cost is $27. The room is bigger with hot tubs and more lounge chairs. There is also an extra room called a Hamam room. I probably spelled that incorrectly but was told it is a great added feature. I hated that they really want you to buy the weekly pass.
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The day passes you purchase ahead of time and are charged to your credit card - not to your onboard account. Costs $15 + $1 service fee. I recently bought two and each was charged as a separate transaction. The certificates will be on your room when you board. They can be used in any day on the cruise.


The spa will sell day passes as well. Price seem to change depending on the ship. Also sometimes they will sell you a package for all days for you and a second person. But if you ask for just a day pass, they'll have them as well.

Back from the wonder, and they did offer me day passes for $16.
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The day passes you purchase ahead of time and are charged to your credit card - not to your onboard account. Costs $15 + $1 service fee. I recently bought two and each was charged as a separate transaction. The certificates will be on your room when you board. They can be used in any day on the cruise.

The spa will sell day passes as well. Price seem to change depending on the ship. Also sometimes they will sell you a package for all days for you and a second person. But if you ask for just a day pass, they'll have them as well.

Back from the wonder, and they did offer me day passes for $16.
I will check when we board. I could not find it in the spa offerings to book online. Thanks for the info.
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I will check when we board. I could not find it in the spa offerings to book online. Thanks for the info.
The day passes are available from the Gift and Amenities page, not where you book Palo etc.
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Old 02-26-2013, 08:22 AM   #45
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Most spas are prepared for guests with severe allergies or aversions to fragrances. I'm sure if you ask at the counter they would have something just for you. Or you can ask to bring your own items in. The steamroom is probably not a good choice for you as they usually use an additive to keep it smelling fresh.

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