NEW policy re transfer to TA

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  1. mom4fun

    mom4fun DIS Veteran

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    Just so you know, my friend just transfered hers to Costco yesterday. They said they would accept it since she just heard about the policy change.So there is still hope for everyone.
     
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  3. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    It definitely wasn't a 60 day rule in the past. I just transferred two reservations over a year old to my TA in October.
     
  4. IBelieveInTheMagic

    IBelieveInTheMagic DIS Veteran

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    I didn't think so either but she seemed to imply they let it slide in the past. You know how people have different "stories" :confused:

    Take care,
    Heather
     
  5. pillow

    pillow DIS Veteran

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    The rep was probably confusing cruise lines. The Costco rep I spoke with said other lines (RCCL I think) have a 60 day rule.

    J
     
  6. sellybean

    sellybean Earning My Ears

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    Thanks everyone for the news & updates. I've been holding on to an OBB reservation from a year ago that I just rebooked for a 2014 cruise. One travel agent I asked said that DCL was adhering to the 30 day policy. I called Costco and they suggested I submit the transfer form & give it a try. I just faxed & emailed it today so it's waiting time. I will update you all.
     
  7. Dogsambam

    Dogsambam Mouseketeer

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    Transferred my booking which was made on Dec. 27 on board, on Friday. Got a confirmation from my TA that it went through today. I am wondering if they are being loose with their policy on the beginning?
     

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