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22 hours ago, Chalkie said:

There must be two people in the room and only one of them is free--the other must pay. Even the free one has to pay fees and taxes. So, not quite free. But still a good deal if you are interested.

Linda

ps. forgot to say it applies to LEOs and teachers who qualify as well.

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21 hours ago, sandsys said:

There must be two people in the room and only one of them is free--the other must pay. Even the free one has to pay fees and taxes. So, not quite free. But still a good deal if you are interested.

Linda

ps. forgot to say it applies to LEOs and teachers who qualify as well.

Heck of a good deal IMO. We are taking a 7 day cruise next month and the taxes/fees/port expenses per person are only 10% of the total fare. Now, this obviously this does not cover air fares and any other expenses.

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Thanks for the information Gary; if we were physically able to travel by other than our MH, I'd jump at the opportunity.

 

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On 1/22/2024 at 3:36 PM, Chalkie said:

I'm guessing a person that just did one hitch during peace time, wouldn't meet the qualifications for their definition of veteran?  EDIT: I checked it out and I'd qualify!

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11 hours ago, mike5511 said:

I'm guessing a person that just did one hitch during peace time, wouldn't meet the qualifications for their definition of veteran?  EDIT: I checked it out and I'd qualify!

A veteran is a veteran, if you served one hitch or half a dozen is all that matters. That you did one is one more than it seems most younger folk today are interested in. 

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