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M Life Platinum = Free Royal Caribbean Cruise

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It's being reported on another forum that M Life Platinum members can now get a free Royal Caribbean 3, 4, or 5 night cruise in an ocean view cabin (no balcony). It's limited to 4 ships: Enchantment, Liberty, Jewel, and Brilliance. You must book prior to 9/30/13 and sail before the end of this year. It excludes holiday sailings. You are responsible for taxes and gratuities. Apparently this will be an annual perk.

This person didn't know what perks the other levels might be eligible for.

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Theninepay: Duh::::: I live on a peninsula that sticks out into the ocean. Quite familiar with Hurricanes. (3) eye walls, just for starters. Was only pointing out that it was the season. Also, don't think they don't travel right into the path, they do Check out the ships that left port in N.Y. during hurricane Sandy. FYI. Quite familiar with cruising. I live in the cruise capitol. Duh:::

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Yup just got the notice in the mail. Woo Hoo. I am going to call.

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Well been on hold for 41 minutes and now I see someone posted they close at 6 pm ET, I guess I should hang up :(

Plus I don't know what level I am because I get conflicting information. My daughter just returned from an RC Cruise, I'm assuming these free drink tickets are it and no free drinks in casino. CET gives you free drinks in Casino on NCL their invited cruises (7 Star Annual) and any that you go and get a certificate invite for and pick up in casino invited guests.

I am going in March on my 5th 7 night Carribean Cruise from CET (EPIC NCL), taxes and fees about $300 a person, free drinks in casino and balcony room. In most cases they don't limit the ships but some of the invites do if it is not the annual trip.

I wanted to try RC but if they are limiting ships, dates and no drink card, might just stick with CET/NCL. Plus they can't pick up the phone!!!

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Hi friends! I hope nobody minds me dredging this up from the past, but I was wondering if anybody on here has had any luck booking their free cruise. I did a search and this was pretty much the most recent post with information about this.... between what I've read on here and on Cruise Critic, it sounds like I *could* get me a 3, 4, or 5 night cruise for being Platinum- but it might be based on our most recent trip. Has anybody had their offer rescinded?

Anyways, I am going to be calling soon, and I was wondering if there were any restrictions on the cruise besides just the length - most specifically, time of year. I'm a teacher and can't just take a vacation week anytime.... sure wish I could though, it'd be a lot less expensive haha!

Thanks in advance! :)

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I'm NOIR level currently with M-Life though I likely won't be after September 30th of this year. I've booked the M-Life free cruise on the Allure of the Seas for May 12th. My friend who is also NOIR booked it too for the same cruise. Her cruise is only costing her the taxes and gratuities because she took the ocean view balcony cabin that comes with being NOIR. We paid the taxes, Gratuities and then some more because we decided to upgrade to a Junior Suite on the Allure.

I don't know offhand of any black out dates except for some of the holidays being blacked out. It seems to be based on availability of cabins. For NOIR, it's a free 7 day Caribbean cruise and from what I've been told once I returned to Platinum with M-Life it will be the 3 to 5 day cruises for free with tips and taxes but only on select RCCL ships.

The drink coupons are only good for drinks in the casino. One has to check in with the casino on boarding to get the free booking at the speciality restaurant and other onboard perks with the exception of priority boarding which should be in place when you check in.

While I'm normally only write up Vegas trip reports on my blog, www.lasvegasdaze.com, I might do a trip report on the cruise to let M-Life members know what they can expect when doing a cruise on RCCL via their M-life perks.

Woodbury, Minnesota
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I had no problems booking mine. As I already have 2 Vegas vacations scheduled this year, plus other summer vacation, I didn't have much room left for a cruise - so I booked just a 3 night cruise in July - Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. I've never been on a cruise before so I thought it would be a good idea to take a shorter one to see if I like it.

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Were you able to bring anyone as your guest? Did they have to be an mlife member or platinum too? My husband does not want to go and would love to take my sister

Woodbury, Minnesota
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The cruise is for 2 people. I'm actually bringing my sister. No problem.

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