Will your final cruise bill give you sticker shock? On the last night of your cruise, a slip of paper is stick in or under your door tallying up all of your onboard spending. This may really come as a shock if you are a first time cruiser. However, if you think about most of your other vacations, you will do various swipes of your credit card along the way and you only see the bill a few weeks later.
On a cruise this occurs on the final night to let you know what will be charged to the credit card you gave when you checked in. On many cruise lines, you can monitor this on your in room television or by requesting an “in-progress” bill from guest relations. However, remember you are on vacation. More often that not, you will find that you will always remember the good and bad experiences of your vacation. If it was a great vacation experience, more than likely you will not remember the price you paid.
Chuck and Laura Flagg own The Flagg Agency in Canton, GA and our number is 770-355- 9569
We are fee-based cruise consultants and our specialty is the selecting,
planning, marketing and administering cruises for groups of all sizes.
We help people find a cruise experience that matches both their wants AND their needs.
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