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How does the stockholder perk work? I searched the RCL website and didn't have any luck finding it. Thanks
The cruise line's web site does not provide the information, so you won't find it there. It's posted on the parent company's investor web site
If you own one hundred (100) shares of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. common stock (NYSE: RCL), you qualify for shipboard credit as follows:
>> $250 on cruises of 14 nights or more,
>> $200 on cruises of 9 to 13 nights,
>> $100 on cruises of 6 to 8 nights, and
>> $50 on cruises of 5 nights or fewer
on every cruise that you take on Azamara Cruises, Celebrity Cruises (except Celebrity Xpedition), or Royal Caribbean International. This benefit is fully combinable with all offers open to the general public, but not with special discounts offered to people employed in the travel industry.
To obtain the credit, you must submit proof of ownership of your shares and the relevant booking information to the company's headquarters before your cruise. See the the notice of the credit
and the [url=http://www.rclinvestor.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=103045&p=irol-shareholderbenefit]shareholder benefit FAQ] for more information.