I have been booking my own CCL cruises, but I have received some very nice help from a PVP otherwise. I just booked another cruise myself, and now am wondering if I should have called her. I am not sure if they receive commission, and would it benefit her at this point to see if my three bookings could be assigned to her? Thank you.
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Yes they can. They don't receive commission, but bonus based on volume of cruises. You still have control over your booking, ie you can call and make changes, submit ES forms, etc. but have the knowledge of a Carnival PVP.
Kelz is right or move it to a Travel Agent, you may get perks.
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We use Amanda Bullard who is absolutely FANTASTIC as a PVP. I would suggest using a PVP if possible! Good PVP's will do whatever it takes to make you happy. As far as assigning it a PVP, if you have already put a deposit down, they wont get sale credit for their possible bonuses but they will start working on the personal relationship that they strive to have with their clients.
We have used the same PVP for all our cruises and have referred him to other family members. We think Russ Searby is the best. He always return our calls and answer questions when we ask him. If you keep the same one, they get to know what you like and the location you like on the ship for your cabin.