Called on 3/12 to cancel upcoming cruise. (No regrets btw.) Got TWO emails a few minutes ago. one for each of us (same email addy.), with two credits, totaling whole cruise less insurance. Only thing missing was a Cruisenext Coupon, which is to go back into our account. Our account itself hasn't been updated yet. Perhaps overnite. I'll track it down if necessary. We have another cruise scheduled for November, but we're in no hurry to use it up. Will wait a few months to use it. No rush. Pleasantly surprised it was done this quickly. Meanwhile, we're "self-isolating"...living out here its not hard to do, and we have plenty of toilet paper hehehe.
NCL FUTURE CRUISE CREDIT RECEIVED
Great news Yankee. In our case I still have the paper copy of all of the cruise next certs we have ever purchased and used with the numbers on them.
Yeh, we "used to" as well...used to get an envelope stuck in your mail slot or under the door with all that info. not for several years now, paperless and no delivery..except for the final...its on line or nuthin. somehow two of em gave us the slip..this FCC turned out rather well. caused us to make a bunch of calls and learn something. Those CRUISENEXTs would have expired and we wouldn't have known the difference. BTW, for anyone who doesn't know, they need to be USED before the expiration date, but you can use em to book a cruise way after it, based on their published schedule.
Upon reflection, I think it all depends on whose actual key card you presented to buy em. Yes they all show up on the tv screen for cabin charges, but after that, if each person doesn't have their own account, they become invisible for whomever bought em. Like me. Therefore US....
Got the FCC credits! appeared on our accounts overnite I guess...all that's "missing" on my account is that one CRUISENEXT coupon from the cancelled cruise. But they have it, and we all have the number of it. So we're good! We have one booked for NOV, but not in any hurry to apply the credit just yet.
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