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Credit Card Charges on Cruise lines

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My husband and I got back from a 7-day Alaska Cruise on July 19th. Although we've done several cruises, this is the first time we've put separate credit cards on file for onboard charges...my card for my charges and his card for his charges. As of today, July 26, my credit card charges haven't shown up yet on my credit card account. I am not critical of the cruise line, since we did have a lovely time on board. I'm simply not sure if this type of lag is industry standard, especially when you consider that these cruise lines are processing charges weekly for approximately 2,100 people per ship on the Alaska run. I appreciate any feedback.

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