How many points it takes to get a free cruise on Royal Caribbean

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URComped posted this 13 March 2019

Royal Caribbean's Casino Rewards Program, Club Royale, allows members to earn points, when using their players card, to earn discounted - complimentary cruise certificates on board. Here is the point system which is displayed within Royal Caribbean's Casino Royale.

Points are earned at the rate of $5 per coin-in in a slot machine= 1 point

400 points- players are to receive $100 off selected cruises

800 points- players are to receive $200 off selected cruises

1,200 points- players are to receive $300 off selected cruises

1,600 points- players are to receive $400 off selected cruises

2,000 points- players are to receive $500 off selected cruises

2,400 points- players are to receive a certificate for interior inside cabin  

3,600 points- players are to receive a certificate for ocean view cabin

4,800 points- players are to receive a certificate for balcony cabin

8,000 points- players are to receive a certificate for junior suite

25,000 points- players are to receive a certificate for grand suite

 

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recagle posted this 15 March 2019

 Now, can you URComped tell how you rate us on comped vs discounted rates?

 

tumblew467 posted this 15 March 2019

Is there one for norwegian as well? 

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dr.ryan posted this 20 March 2019

I wanted to add that if you play table games and speak with the host, they may also be willing to issue you a certificate based on dollars lost.  I was in a situation where I lost more money than the number of points that I earned at tables, and they gave me the corresponding certificate.

URComped posted this 08 April 2019

Here is a post about how we rate you/ how your offers are determined I hope this helps. There is a video on this post as well. https://urcomped.com/blog/details/870113/how-your-urcomped-offers-work-and-where-they-come-from/

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frankmoore423 posted this 22 April 2019

I played craps and was told that I had earned 1600 pts,  my wife payed slots and got 3200 pts.  My wife got an interior cabin and a credit for $100.   The host told me she would speak to the supervisors and I was blown away when she came back with a certificate for a Junior Suite!!!  Apparently table play counts a lot more than the machines.   Our second trip on a different ship yielded zilch.  Go figure????

Heads Up Blackjack posted this 06 May 2019

I just uploaded a $500 casino certificate (told it was for an interior room from Asia RCCL cruise casino host). It was my first time putting decent money on the table in a CR casino, only 1 RCCL cruise about 3-4 years before, but only bet table min for a few hours that trip.

Scheduled for Symphony of the Seas in September and Majesty of the Seas around Thanksgiving. Hope to get my Prime level points up, at least to 8,000 points by then, but am not overly confident that I will have bet enough by then to get up to 25,000 points.

As a newb here, I would appreciate guidance as to how to maximize my opportunities. I strictly play blackjack, once in awhile playing some video game like (4K) slots and VP.

 

URComped posted this 06 May 2019

Hi Spyros! Here is a blog that has some helpful tips on how to maximize your Comps. https://urcomped.com/blog/details/993297/how-to-maximize-your-casino-comps-offers/

niyu posted this 07 May 2019

is it true? 

John posted this 14 October 2019

Hello, that Points required Panel is not totally correct. Points required are much, much higher than listed above, when you Cruise Asia and Australia. e.g. My wife and I collected over 5000 each and only got a $500 Certificate each.