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Old June 9th, 2012, 05:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Dave Beers View Post
Royal Caribbean comes the closest to a unified rewards program. Although you can't combine cruises from RCI, Celebrity, and Azamara you at least get equivalent recognition on any of those lines based on the highest member level you have with one of the lines. Thus, I get Captains Club Elite status on Celebrity because I am a Diamond C&A member with Royal Caribbean.

I guess the logistics and realities of a truly unified loyalty program make it unlikely to happen.
I made Elite status because Royal Caribbean will give you equivalent status across their lines. I was second to the top on Royal Caribbean and then with the additional Celebrity and Azamara cruises it put me at Elite level. I'll have to check to see if Azamara cruise still add to your Captain's Club points or if they have eliminated that. If anyone knows please post it.

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