Spa ?

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  1. salbythec

    salbythec DIS Veteran

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    I can't remember what you write when you don't want to be hassled to buy products at the end of your treatment.:confused3
    Do you still get to use the rainforest the day of your treatment?
    Thanks
     
  2. LisaBi

    LisaBi DIS Veteran

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    I think you just write "No pitch" on your form.

    The rainforest room is $8.00 on the day of a treatment.
     
  3. MrsJobba1

    MrsJobba1 Dvc owner at BWV & SSR

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    I had been on 4 cruises, before this summers holiday. I love attending the spa for little treats but have always felt uncomfortable with the sales at the end of the treatment. It really upset the relaxed feeling. So this year after reading the boards, when I filled out my questionnaire I wrote on the top in big capital letters


    NO SALES PITCH PLEASE

    Wow this worked great. Not once was I approached the CM's honoured my feelings.

    I will do this from now on!;)
     
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  5. salbythec

    salbythec DIS Veteran

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    Thank you for your replies! I will be writing this on my form!:thumbsup2
     
  6. MiknMinMouse

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    Just wanted to let you know that I forgot to do this on my forms. But it really wasn't a problem because there were two things that they used that I really wanted. Unfortunately one got left behind in our cabin and barely used - ARGH!!!!

    Anyway, they didn't really do a pitch, they just mentioned the two things they used and asked if I would be interested, which I was. But I didn't feel any pressure.

    As for the RF room. I paid for the week. BIG mistake as I only was able to use it twice. And both times, the seats were taken so I only got to use the misty showers. I did like being able to use the ladies dressing area as it was a lot roomier than the shower in the cabin.
     
  7. inkkognito

    inkkognito <font color=green>I shall call him Mini-Me<br><fon

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    After 59 cruises, they know Tony and I don't need a pitch because we already know our favorite products! He lives on refreshing gel and muscle ease oil because he has a lot of problems with his knees; I use the refreshing gel on my shoulders. We used to use the bath syngergies too but don't any longer because we don't have a whirlpool tub in our FL house. I highly recommend all three of those products, particularly the refreshing gel. They usually put it on you at the end of your massage, and it tends to sell itself. Ironically, on my very first cruise I had a cabana massage and bought it afterwards because it felt so good...when I met up with Tony, who had had a separate massage at a different time, he had purchased it too!! When my shoulder is sore, I put it on and don't even realize it has worked until it wears off and the pain returns.
     
  8. salbythec

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    Good to know, thanks.:cool1:
     

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