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Carnival Cruise Line is planning to eliminate free room service

The free room service is not going anywhere… but still.
(Reuters)

Carnival Cruise Line has announced that they are not getting rid of the free room service. At least not yet.

In a statement to Fox News, Carnival Cruise said that they would like free room service “for the time being.”

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“We had previously communicated changes to our room service offerings that would go in January. We are in the process of making some adjustments to the plan to balance the interests of our guests with our efforts to reduce the waste of food costs. Provisionally there will be no changes until we finalize a plan that will be communicated to the guests and travel agency partners.”

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Last week the company announced room service would no longer be free on every ship in the fleet, and instead would switch to an à-la-carte stateroom service menu in mid-January 2019.

Carnival Cruise also mentioned that the passengers be charged for the lunch, dinner and late-night food, but the continental breakfast would continue to be free.

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A change, but it did go through. The prices on the Bottomless Bubbles Program entered into force on 1 January, the increase of the prices of $1 to $8.50 for adults per day and $5.95 for children per day for unlimited soft drinks and juices.

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