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Well, as luck would have it, my husband and I both received letters from Club Royale in yesterday's mail the same day I posted my original comment - Mar.
As I had "heard" before, the "rebate benefit" rewards earned during your play on a cruise that is granted to you as a cash rebate on your next cruise has been extended through March 15, That means that if you have earned a rebate benefit on a cruise you have already taken, then you can still redeem that cash rebate on a subsequent cruise through March 15, Originally, we had been told that as of March we would lose whatever rebate benefits we had accrued from any previous cruises.
It looks like they have extended the time to use that rebate The letter also included the following line - "If you're setting sail soon, we also want to remind you that your tier level in the new program is based on play, and the evaluation period is still underway for a few more weeks, through March 15, ".
I received this letter on March 16, So much for " The letter goes on to assure us that correspondence is coming our way in April that will detail the "exciting new program".
As I have said in previous posts, whenever RCCL tells you that they have an "exciting new program" that generally means they are reducing or removing benefits that you previously had.
Ok so I am on Quantum now and have been bugging the Casino Staff like crazy to give me an answer but they say the same stuff They know as much as you got in the letter I Will say this I just booked a 10 night on Anthem for January and got Casino rates and got to use a rebate so like you said that is still intact until March I plan to call in April and have them give me a full explanation about this tiered benefit stuff..
I saw that NCL runs their casino this way.. Maybe they are trying to copy them with this? But If I get any more info I will post Yeah, they are pretty closed-mouth about all of it.
I think they are kinda making it up as they go. One thing is for sure I think this totally stinks. I agree that they are probably modeling their program after the NCL program.
For instance, after being a member of the NCL program for only 1 cruise, I was given a "free" cruise. Now, as we all know, a "free" cruise is far from free So I guess there are upsides and downsides to both programs.
Knowing how RCCL operates though, I anticipate that the new program will be harder to qualify for than the old one, have less generous benefits and just, overall, to be less beneficial than the old system.
That's just the way things are going with RCCL. And like the Spa, the company that actually operates the Casino and it's employees; probably does so for all the cruise lines.
So, what we see as changes in RCL policies may really be changes in the policy from the Casino operator. They used to be. About 5 years ago RCCL took the casinos over.
I agree with you. I sailed with NCL once thanks to a local casino's free cruise offer with NCL, and from that cruise, I earned a comped cruise in a balcony cabin that I'm using on the new Norwegian Escape next year.
Plus, NCL's current promotion is also giving us free beverage packages so we can get free drinks anywhere on the ship!
Most of the time, it's just a few hundred dollars. Well, you definitely did better than I did, Marc. That is sweet about the NCL drink package.
It's now February Anyone receive any new updates on the new program? I also would like to know.. ON the Allure group cruise I plan to ask the host if they know anything Nothing new that I am aware of.
Just the same info we have been getting about cash rebates ending in March but rebates able to be applied to cruise fare through December I think.
My husband and I were just welcomed into the club on our October sailing. Prior to that we always sailed with Mlife because we were at a platinum status.
Do you know if you have to get so many points to get free drink coupons? Or complimentary speciality dining?
We automatically got this since we were higher status with Mlife, but now that were sailing as club royale not sure what our benefits are anymore.
Can anyone shed some light? The problem with the current Club Royale program has been that almost all of their onboard perks have been at the discretion of the casino host.
There are no set standards to let you know what benefits you may be entitled to due to your established level of play. As far as drinks in the casino, generally, all Club Royale members should get free drinks.
However, on one of my cruises, the casino person there was no host onboard told me that I wasn't a "VIP" and I wasn't entitled to free alcoholic drinks, but I could get free sodas if I wanted.
I have received casino offers but they are no cheaper than the regular rates. On NCL, after my first cruise I received a free cruise, I had to pay taxes, fees, grats and insurance, not too shabby.
After that I received 3 more NCL cruise offers. I love the offers from NCL. I hear alot of really good things about NCL and their gaming program,i may have to look into it.
The cruise i am leaving on here next week is a freebie given to me from the host of the casino, which i thought was pretty cool. I was told that the program was going thru some changes and should be completed by mid March.
Hopefully it will still benefit the player and be a quality program, I guess we will see. Thanks for the info about NCL, i beleive from what i have heard that it may be the best Casino Player program overall.
I had the same experience as firegal with NCL. I also received a "free" cruise after just 1 cruise on NCL. As she indicated, we paid for an upgrade the offer was for an oceanview cabin and we wanted a balcony , taxes, port fees and grats.
We had a choice of a number of different ships and a number of different months. It was easy to find a cruise that we wanted.
It was a great cruise and a good experience. I believe we got free drinks while in the casino. I can't recall for sure since I'm not a big drinker.
After a while, they stopped coming. Who knows what it's going to be in the end. It's roll-out is well over a year overdue.
They have started implementing a few things that appear to be previews of things to come. One of them is the "free" cruise certificate that you apparently received, USMC.
We got one on our last cruise as well. The problem with those certificates are that they are seriously restricted. They are good for only a few sailings and are generally only for dates in the upcoming 60 - 90 day range.
Many people including us cannot take advantage of a cruise that short-term. I have heard a lot of negative comments about these certificates.
We got very lucky. They have also stopped the cash rebate program which had been a highlight of the "old" program. We would receive a cash rebate on the next cruise, based on our play from the previous cruise.
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