BonMike
Contributor Level: Captain

Faster To The Fun

Sure glad we already purchased FTTF for our cruise next spring because it's gone up $20 for an 8 day cruise.

 

Prices Starting From
Per Stateroom

Duration

$49.95 USD

2 day and 3 day cruises

$49.95 USD

4 day cruises (excluding Carnival Liberty, Carnival Paradise, Carnival Triumph and Carnival Victory)

$59.95 USD

4 day cruises (Carnival Liberty, Carnival Paradise, Carnival Triumph and Carnival Victory)

$69.95 USD

5 day cruises (excluding Carnival Sensation and Carnival Victory)

$59.95 USD

5 day cruises (Carnival Sensation and Carnival Victory)

$69.95 USD

6 day and 7 day cruises

$79.95 USD

8 day and longer cruises

 

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akaGrandmaJo
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

We've purchased FTTF for all seven cruises, but I don't think I'm going to pay an extra $10 for a seven day cruise.  It is convenient for sure, but since we have learned the basics, it hasn't been as valuable to us the last couple of cruises.  

It was nice to have as newbie cruisers--sure was easier to miss the long lines at checkin and guest services.

ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

I agree.  Ive learned to get to the port about 1300 hrs.  Ill wait for a small amount of time no problem and usually board by 1400.  Im not that in big of a rush to get on the ship and start eating and having cocktails.  I can wait.  Fttf I would purchase if available is if the trip had ports you have to tender in.  That to me would make it worth it.

meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

Must be to compensate for the "donation" they made to the flood victims in LouisianaSurprised 

ctav
Contributor Level: Captain

 

GREED  and for what reason is the increase for? 

 

 

 

BonMike
Contributor Level: Captain

There was no explanation of course for the jump in the fee. Wink

ctav
Contributor Level: Captain

Of course there wasn't an explanation for the increase because it's all profit. Wink

BonMike
Contributor Level: Captain

True, and if Carnival wants to make the profit margins higher, they'll make more available per cruise. It's sure been a popular "excursion" .

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

the members of the Board of Directors get together once a month with stacks of scratch off tickets.  They finally figured out a way to get others to pay for their addiction.     Call it, a scratch tax.

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