I Got A Ticket In The Mail For A Cruise Is It Real?

I got a free voucher in the mail for a two night trip on the Caribbean Cruise Line’s new cruise ship the Bahamas Celebration. I read some old articles about it saying it was a scam, but when I read them it sounded more like a miscommunication between the patron and customer service. Has anyone ever used one of this? I’m aware that they are probably going to try to sell us things and we’ve already spoken to a customer service guy when we called to activate. My husband was cautious and told me to check it out to see if it’s a scam. Anyone know? They are charging us $118 up front for port fees and when we pay them it reserves our free tickets that are valid anytime within the next 18 months provided we give them a 60 grace period. We were told that when we get to the boat we will have to pay $48 for gratuities for safety reasons and won’t have to be bothered with paying tips at all. What’s up with this, is it a scam or is it real?

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2 Responses to “I Got A Ticket In The Mail For A Cruise Is It Real?”

  1. xjoizey says:

    It is one of many cruise scams. Don’t fall for it.

  2. June says:

    I feel it’s a scam

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