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Carnival cruise and travel agents - FYI

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There is a lot of chatter on Cruise Critic about Carnival's new rules - they no longer allow travel agents to give passengers "perks" like on-board credits.

I don't know all details, sorry, just want to ask - can they do it? Can they control travel agencies so much as to check if they offer a bottle of wine in the cabin?

Also, will other cruise lines follow this rule? Princess is in the same corporation.

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