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Old 03-12-2013, 09:46 PM   #16
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How much is the OBC when you book on the ship?
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Old 03-12-2013, 09:51 PM   #17
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$100 OBC for up to 6 nights. $200 OBC for 7+ nights.
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Old 03-12-2013, 10:06 PM   #18
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I booked a B2B while on the Fantasy last April. I was able to change both cruises and keep the 10% discount for both. When I got home I received two separate reservation numbers for each cruise and therefore was able to change both at different times.
I think ibgraves is correct. I to booked a b2b on our cruise last april. they do both have separate reservation numbers. I was able to move the first week and keep the obc BUT only if it was moved to still be b2b with the second cruise. so, what i'm trying to say is, yes you can move them however you have to move them together.
not sure that was so clear but you may want to double check if your thinking of moving one of your res. just to be sure. it would be a shock to lose the obc.
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You wouldn't actually lose the OBC. What would be lost is the 10% discount on the cruise fare, which can amount to much more than the OBC offered. Any cruise dates booked over the one permitted still receives the OBC.
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Old 03-12-2013, 10:44 PM   #20
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You wouldn't actually lose the OBC. What would be lost is the 10% discount on the cruise fare, which can amount to much more than the OBC offered. Any cruise dates booked over the one permitted still receives the OBC.
now that I did not know. thanks. I may not have been listening when that was mentioned. i'll have to pay closer attention.
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Old 03-13-2013, 03:20 AM   #21
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Another question:

We are sailing next year in 2 cabins. One with myself and DH, the second with my DS5 and my father. Each cabin has its own reservation number, as ours was an OBB and my fathers room was not.

As I understand it, since we have separate reservation numbers, we can each book 2 cabins as an OBB for the 10% and OBC. I assume that my son, as he is a separate household from my father, if he were an adult would be able to book 2 for himself as well? Of course, since he is 5yo, I would guess he wouldn't be able to since any adult in his room would not be an OBB. Or would he not because he has the same address as another cabin?

Does that question make sense? Sometimes it is hard to write things out when they seem so simple in your head.
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Old 03-13-2013, 07:51 AM   #22
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You can book two cabins for one future cruise date and your father can book two cabins for one future cruise date, as long as your father has a different home address than you.
Our last cruise we had two separate cruise ressie numbers, DH in one room with kids and me in another with one kid, but since we share the same home address we could still only book one future cruise with two cabins.
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You can book two cabins for one future cruise date and your father can book two cabins for one future cruise date, as long as your father has a different home address than you.
Our last cruise we had two separate cruise ressie numbers, DH in one room with kids and me in another with one kid, but since we share the same home address we could still only book one future cruise with two cabins.
Thanks Sugar, that is what I figured. I am trying to talk my siblings into taking a family Alaska Cruise in 2015, so having 4 rooms with discounts and credits would be helpful. I think even adding the 5th room we would require for just the OBC but not the 10% discount would be worth it.
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We are sailing next year in 2 cabins. One with myself and DH, the second with my DS5 and my father. Each cabin has its own reservation number, as ours was an OBB and my fathers room was not.

As I understand it, since we have separate reservation numbers, we can each book 2 cabins as an OBB for the 10% and OBC. I assume that my son, as he is a separate household from my father, if he were an adult would be able to book 2 for himself as well? Of course, since he is 5yo, I would guess he wouldn't be able to since any adult in his room would not be an OBB. Or would he not because he has the same address as another cabin?

Does that question make sense? Sometimes it is hard to write things out when they seem so simple in your head.
It doesn't matter how many reservation numbers you have. You could have 6 people who live at the same address in 3 seperate staterooms, and you would still as a group just be able to book 2 rooms on 1 cruise with full OBB benefits. It is solely based on the address. So, in your case your family will be able to book 2 rooms on 1 cruise date and your father will also be able to book 2 rooms on 1 cruise date with full OBB benefits. You can book them for anyone, even people who aren't cruising with you. HTH.
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