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    joined Nov 2012
    post 2/7
    cruiser #12241
    how to turn off resident rate?

    I setup a search for rates for texas residents. Now I want to remove the "texas resident" criteria from the search, but I see no obvious way to do it. I can easily change the resident rate to a different location in the US or Canada, but I dont see how I can set it to "none" or blank. Any ideas? thanks.

    Also, my TA told me that he booked one of our cabins for 3 people using the "family rate" which was lower than the standard rate. Any idea how I can see those rates?

    Once again thanks Ron

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    post 410/625
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    Re: how to turn off resident rate?

    On November 02, 2012 at 06:44 PM, lewinr wrote: I setup a search for rates for texas residents. Now I want to remove the "texas resident" criteria from the search, but I see no obvious way to do it. I can easily change the resident rate to a different location in the US or Canada, but I dont see how I can set it to "none" or blank. Any ideas? thanks.

    Good call, this was an oversight. There is now a [NONE] entry that you can select.

    Also, my TA told me that he booked one of our cabins for 3 people using the "family rate" which was lower than the standard rate. Any idea how I can see those rates?

    Hmmm, I don't know about the "family rate". Is it available on all cruises or just on a select few (like the senior rate)?

    For that rate to appear in CF we would have to add support for entering the number of passengers. And that feature is not yet ready.

    Thanks for the report,


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