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lwarren December 4th, 2002 08:36 AM

Latitudes?
 
Sailing on the Norway in Jan. What are the real benefits of becoming a member. So far from what I have read, it is early boarding, shippboard credit...discounted future cruises.........Are they talking GREAT discounts, or minimal. Thinking about taking another cruise in March. THANKS!

nmNita December 4th, 2002 10:43 AM

Re: Latitudes?
 
Like your frequent flyer programs and your frequent hotel guests programs, lattitude membership is free. No the discounts are not great but you have nothing to loose. There is always a lattitude cocktail party on each cruise which is fun and worth attending; much better than the capt party in my opinion. For what that's worth? If you have any chance of getting upgraded being a lattitude member will help, again no guarentee, but nothing to lose. Nita

ROSE BERGENSKE December 4th, 2002 04:09 PM

Re: Latitudes?
 
i did a 3 week cruise this yr. i had a 75.00 credit for the first 2 wks of the cruise, then a 25.00 credit for the second extension of another week. received a bottle of wine delivered to my room. attended a lovely latitudes cocktail party each week that i was on board. i enjoyed the perks. have a great cruise

PapaBill December 4th, 2002 04:47 PM

Re: Latitudes?
 
How can you go wrong? It's FREE. So if you got a 1 dollar discount you are ahead of the game. It will in fact get you on a priority embarkation line, a few cocktails for free , a news letter offering discount cruises , priority disembarkation, and a few minor perks.
I can tell you that I had a horrible problem with a Norwegian cruise,not their fault, travel agency sold and new owners lost documents. Because documents were sent to a TA Norwegian didn't want to have anything to do with dealing with me directly. I called the Latitudes rep, who connected me with a supervisor, who solved my problem on the spot. It NEVER HURTS to be identified as a repeat customer. It's all pluses with no
minuses. Go for it and join.

Auguste December 6th, 2002 09:09 AM

Re: Latitudes?
 
What do I have to do to be a member, just came back from 2 weeks on Dream in Nov. Will they send me something automatic? Auguste

John- December 15th, 2002 09:38 AM

Re: Re: Latitudes?
 
Call Latitudes Customer Service ask for an application. You may be able to join over the phone. You can also get info here http://www.ncl.com/latitudes/

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