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Old February 26th, 2008, 03:09 PM
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Sherrie,

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Norm: Thanks for all the info - question?? - can you get double shipboard
credits?? for instance - as a stockholder and if that particular cruise is
offering onboard credit to all bookings in general??
It's not "double credits," but the shareholder benefit is fully combinable with any other offer. On my first Transatlantic cruise, for example, I had a total of $650 shipboard credit -- $200 onboard booking credit, an additional $200 rebooking credit for rebooking after Celebrity changed the ship's schedule, and $250 shareholder credit. A combined credit of $400 or $450, depending on the length of the cruise, has been more typical.

Norm.
Norm - there has been an instance where the shareholder credit was not combinable. Celebrity held a sale earlier that had decreased deposits and onboard credits and you could not use your shareholder credit with it. We were thinking of booking, but our shareholder credit was more than the onboard credit that was offered with that sale.
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