Postage and Cruise docs

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  1. working to live

    working to live Earning My Ears

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    Hi everyone!
    2 quick questions:

    1. What type of postcard postage is necessary to mail cards from Castaway Cay (US or Carribean)??

    2. We care cruising on May 13 (12 days from now). We have not received our cruise docs yet. Anyone else out there cruising on the 13th and have you received docs yet? If so when??

    Thanks!!
     
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  3. outahere

    outahere DIS Veteran

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    1) You need Bahamian stamps to mail postcards/letters from Castaway Cay. They can be purchased at the little Post Office, right by the pier. Bring small bills, they don't have a lot of change - they do accept U.S. currency.

    2) If you booked through a TA, I would contact them immediately. If you booked through DCL, call them now.
     
  4. NCardella

    NCardella Mouseketeer

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    Agreed...call immediately!
    We were delayed in getting our docs because I never filled out the form requesting our signature on file after booking with a credit card. I kept getting the notice and thought it was just a letter stating docs were on the way. They finally sent me an email saying "we need your signature before we release docs!!!" oops, my bad!
     
  5. DrCavin

    DrCavin DIS Veteran

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    Hello WorkingToLive, come join the May 13th group at http://disboards.com/showthread.php?t=705789

    I think just about all of us has received our docs. I would contact your TA/DCL & see whats going on, but dont stress you can get docs at the port as well....
     
  6. Downrivermama

    Downrivermama Mouseketeer<br><font color=2d008e>The Tag Fairy wa

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    Just mailed a postcard in March. It was 55 cents per stamp. They were neat stamps, they had the ship on it.
     

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