Sail & Sign Card

I will be cruising on Sept 18th on the Splendor and was wondering when do I get my sail and sign card?

In the past I got it when I checked in at port. I read some things saying that Carnival is putting them in the mailbox now. 

 

Tags: Carnival Cruise Lines

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It's true that carnival is starting to leave the Sign and Sail cards in the mailboxes outside your door on some ships, but with others, you will get your card when you check in before you board. You will show your boarding pass to get onto the ship and to purchase drinks, until you get your card.

Sad Ok. I got FTTF so maybe I'll just go right to my room and get it. Lol I know I might sound silly but it's all part of the excitement for me. Thanks for the speedy response!!

You're welcome. We always try to buy FTTF too, and it's still part of the excitement for us, after 5 cruises. I love getting on the ship when hardly anyone else os on, and watching it fill up with other guests as excited as we are. Your S&S card will likely be in the mailbox or in your room when you board since you have FTTF. The hallway doors leading to the rooms will be closed when you board, but since you have FTTF, you can go through to your room to drop off your carry ons. 

Hope you have a fantastic time!

Thank you!! Happy

You're welcome. We are all here to help each other, and have fun, so please join in on any of the forum threads. After your cruise, be sure to write a review and let us know how you enjoyed it. Happy

I was on CCL Magic on August 26th.  I got my SS card at check in.  I asked about the mail box.  She told me that is in a test platform on a few ships.  Not sure if it will be implemented fleet wide

you don't have them yet ?  The post office should have delivered them by now.  Call Carnival and ask them why they aren't in your mailbox.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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enjoy the cruise

 

He is just kidding!  They have NOT started that program....yet.Wink

I heard it was just on select few test ships now and with all the feedback so far both good and back, the cruise line is not sure if it will be implemented fleet wide.  If it's on your next cruise let us know what you think, I'm pretty curious.

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