Memnoch wrote:Haven't checked this year, but at least for me the cheaper option has in the past been to let my bank do the conversion. So B it is.
bodomdragon wrote:I was about to print my setsail pass, when I noticed I have to pick one of these options regarding the currency conversion of the onboard expenses:
A - I choose to pay my onboard charges in the currency of my card. I choose to use Royal Caribbean International's currency conversion program. This currency conversion transaction is based on wholesale exchange rates collected from Bloomberg, plus a 3% international currency conversion fee. My choice to have charges billed in the currency of my card is final. I accept that the exchange rate used will be the rate in effect at the time the amounts are charged to my card.
B - I choose to allow my credit card issuer to convert my onboard charges to the currency of my card in lieu of participating in the Royal Caribbean International currency conversion program.
If I opt for my charges to be converted by my credit card issuer, or if my card is not billed in one of the billing currencies listed, my charges will be processed in the onboard currency (USD), and the issuer of my card may charge a service fee for currency conversion.
Any rough ideas on what *should* be more convenient for me as a Euro user?
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