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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Neil & Ida Down (30 Sep 08 09:26)

$19.55 at the close yesterday so even more of a bargain!

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COOPER - replied to Aldrich (01 Oct 08 09:06)

Does this apply to cruises already booked, ie. in November and December,2008, if I was to buy shares today.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to COOPER (01 Oct 08 16:49)

Yes, it would apply to both of these if you applied for it and that is a very simple operation of e-mailing Linda Buchanan@rccl.com. They will not give you the ok for cruises in May and onward yet because that has to be ratified as it is next years shares agenda but every year so far it has just happened ok. I got mine through a local broker who deals with stock market shares and was able to deal with US shares as well so look for someone local with a good reputation. Regards, ... Neil.

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Terry - replied to Neil & Ida Down (05 Oct 08 13:17)

The onboard credit also applies if you hold any Carnival shares,at a very similar rate per cabin (not per person) Carnival owns Princess,P&O ,Cunard and many other cruise lines! P.S. are your names for real??

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House - replied to Aldrich (01 Oct 08 09:30)

So if you bought at 21.48, your £1200 would now be worth £1092 - don't forget the value of shares goes down as well as up!!

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cooper - replied to House (01 Oct 08 11:05)

How can i buy the shares.

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Muller - replied to cooper (31 Jan 09 00:22)

Hello, could you please let me know ASAP where I could buy 100 shares in the UK in order to get the benefits as I am really struggling to find a broker willing to do me the deal? they all tell me that the shares will have to be kept in a nominee account and I do not know if I can still get the benefits if the shares are held like this....many thanks for letting me know.

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COOPER - replied to Muller (31 Jan 09 23:23)

I have used SAGA to buy and store my 100 shares, as long as you email your proof of your share holding, that is all that is required. A good time to buy is now.

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Muller - replied to Aldrich (31 Jan 09 00:22)

Hello, could you please let me know ASAP where I could buy 100 shares in the UK in order to get the benefits as I am really struggling to find a broker willing to do me the deal? they all tell me that the shares will have to be kept in a nominee account and I do not know if I can still get the benefits if the shares are held like this....many thanks for letting me know.

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Robertson - Answered a Question by Neil & Ida Down (01 Oct 08 15:09)

On the other hand if RCI were to go into liquidation !!!!????????? - your £1200 would be worth zilch!

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