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Aldrich - Answered a Question by Richards (08 Sep 08 18:51)

As it is says in T&Cs they only accept credit cards and cash. NO debit cards. However, because it has a Visa sign on it I have known people to hand it over and the staff do not recognise the difference and have accepted it, but I would hate for you to expect to be able to pay with Visa Debit and then it get refused. Yes, you can always put cash balance on at the beginning of the cruise, and when you have spent all this you will get a call asking you to deposit some more.

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Janda - Answered a Question by Richards (09 Sep 08 08:54)

It would be much easier to take US dollars with you because if RCI are doing the exchange you may not get a very good rate, if you us a credit card you usually get a good exchange rate from credit card company.

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Robertson - Answered a Question by Richards (11 Sep 08 21:41)

We had to register a credit card prior to boarding but we wanted to pay cash and made them aware of that. They still tried to charge the credit card though and I was rather irate with one poor purser, who assured me that they would take the credit card off the room details. I just paid cash after that.

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Robertson - replied to Robertson (11 Sep 08 21:45)

Forgot to mention, why dont you get one of those prepaid credit cards from the post office, just bung a couple of hundred dollars on it and use that when you embark on ship. That way, you do have a credit card if you need to use it and also, you can re-use it by topping up at any post office. but because you pre load it, you never run up a bill or debt. and it satfisfies the cruise line into thinking you have a credit card when if fact it is a debit card.

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maclennan - replied to Robertson (30 Apr 09 13:38)

I was on freedom last year in miami ipaid cash in dollers iput 200 down for onboard credit and had no problems its just great.

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Robertson - Answered a Question by Richards (03 May 09 22:42)

Hi there, best thing to do is to check in and deposit cash into your on board seapass account, which will satisfy the embarcation team, then simply'top up' as you spend on board.

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haywood - Answered a Question by Richards (14 Oct 10 15:08)

I think you will find that the cruise lines charge extra when you use a credit card for an on board account also if they do the conversion from dollars to pounds before it is sent to your card supplier there is a conversion charge (beware hidden cost) get them to submit in pounds and let the bank do conversion it works out less.

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haywood - Answered a Question by Richards (14 Oct 10 15:59)

Royal carribean has worked out every angle to part you with your money and even make money out of doing that. get your cash befor you go and put as much as you feel into your onboard account they will inform you when your account needs topping up.

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