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Loyalty Programs & Program Changes

Celebrity =X= Cruises Captain's Club:

8 July 2009

3 Tiers & Metric: Number of Sailings

Joint Partnership: Azamara Club Cruises Since 2007

Equivalent Recognition: Crown & Anchor Society

Platinum & Above

Azamara Club Cruises Le Club Voyage:

1 April 2010 Program Launch

3 Tiers & Metric: Number of Sailings

Joint Partnership: Captain's Club Since 2007

Equivalent Recognition: Crown & Anchor Society

Platinum & Above

Royal Caribbean Crown & Anchor Society:

21/January/2011

Metric Change from Number of Trips to Nights at Sea & 6 Tiers was 4 Tiers

1/January/2013 Benefit Added

Partnership Recognition Program: M life Rewards
Equivalent Recognition: Captain's Club & Le Club Voyage

Platinum & Above

Norwegian Cruise Line Latitudes Rewards:

5/December/2011

Program Renamed & Metric Change from Number of Trips to Number of Nights at Sea

The Yachts of Seabourn

Seabourn Club: 1/June/2012 Re-Launch

5 Tiers Metric Sailed Days

Carnival Cruise Lines

Very Important Fun Person VIFP:

25/June/2012

Program Renamed, Tier Change 5 Tiers was 2 Tiers,

Metric Change Days at Sea was Number of Cruises

Holland America Line Mariner Society:

5/January/2013 Tier Change

New tier added Now 5 tiers was 4 tiers

New benefits added for new tier

Metric: Number of Cruise Days

Princess Cruises Captain’s Circle:

15/April/2013 New Tier Added Now 4 Tiers was 3 Tiers

Metric: Number of Cruises or Cruise Days

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Carnival Cruise Lines

Very Important Fun Person VIFP

What I DO NOT Like about this Loyalty Program is the following:

There are To MANY Benefits at the TOP TWO Levels 5 & 4 ; Levels 1-3 Seem Like An Afterthought When Compared to other Loyalty Programs. Also there is NO way to Earn Extra Points

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I have cruised on many cruise lines and at many different levels of loyalty programs on the different lines, but the truth for me is I pay no attention to the loyalty programs. I will take advantage of a price offer but as far as anything else goes in the programs they really do not interest me and I really do not use the perks. That is just me but as I say I really do not pay attention to the programs.

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Great info. I try to patronize Carnival because of my loyalty level. But I will cruise on any line if the price and itinerary are right.Your

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Thanks for the info. Now that I've climbed up the loyalty ladder with Princess, time for me to get a foot in the door with the lines I haven't tried yet - hence, RCI in the fall and Celebrity next summer.

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