1. CONTRACT WITH THE CLIENT – This is a contract between the client and Holiday Planit, a Nevada travel agency.
2. Any legal action in regard to this contract must be brought in Sparks, Washoe County, Nevada either by the client or by Holiday Planit.
3. DOCUMENT ACCURACY - Please check any information we send you to verify name, date, and travel arrangement accuracy. First, middle, and last name of each passenger must be exactly as it appears on the passenger’s passport – no exceptions.
4. RECONFIRMATION –
a. Domestic: Reconfirm all flights prior to departure and at each stopover.
b. International: Reconfirm continuing or return reservations at least 72 hours prior to flight time at each stopover point to avoid cancellation.
5. CHECK IN REQUIREMENTS
a. Domestic: Two (2) hours prior to scheduled departure time minimum.
b. International: Three (3) hours prior to scheduled departure time minimum.
c. NOTE: Check in later than these times could result in denied boarding.
6. OVERBOOKING: Flights, tours, and cruises may be overbooked. A person denied boarding may be entitled to a compensatory payment from the supplier. The rules for denied airplane boarding are available at all airline ticket counters.
7. CHANGES OR CANCELLATIONS: If it is necessary to change your flight itinerary, call this agency or contact the supplier with whom you are scheduled to travel. Special, excursion, and discount tickets are not refundable. Cruise and tour suppliers impose substantial penalties for cancellation as set forth in the terms and conditions of each supplier, a copy of which was provided to you. These restrictions were reviewed with you by our agent or are noted on the ticket, confirmation, or supplier documentation. Be sure you understand these restrictions. If you change your air travel plans en route, the airline may be able to apply the unused portion of the ticket toward the purchase of a new ticket. If you are holding a hotel or car reservation, be sure to cancel these reservations as soon as possible, but no later than the time specified by the supplier to avoid a mandatory charge.
8. INSURANCE: Airline and other suppliers' insurance have limited liability. Your personal insurance may not adequately cover losses incurred by illness, cancellation, accident, or stolen, lost, misplaced, or mishandled tickets, or damaged property. Travel insurance to protect your investment was offered. If you declined insurance, you waive all rights. We strongly urge purchasing this valuable protection.
9. LOST TICKETS: Lost, stolen, or destroyed tickets must be replaced. Replacement tickets must be paid for at the prevailing rate until a refund is obtained from the issuing supplier. A lost ticket surcharge will be imposed. You are responsible for all costs associated with replacement. This does not apply to electronic tickets for which no travel coupons are issued.
10. UNFORESEEN EVENTS: We have used our best efforts to assure that your trip is pleasant and enjoyable. We cannot guarantee against loss, damage to or theft of luggage, sickness, accident, inclement weather, mechanical malfunctions, or for other unforeseen events and hereby disclaim any responsibility for losses from such events.
11. ACTING AS AGENT FOR SUPPLIER: In providing consultation, making reservations, and issuing or delivering tickets and/or other documents relating to such transportation, we are acting solely in our capacity as agent for the carrier or provider, and that with respect to reservations and tickets. The contract of carriage or terms and conditions of supply is between the customer and the supplier for purposes of the contract specifying the disclosed principals.
12. GUARANTEE OF SERVICE: We neither guarantee nor insure the service to be provided by any supplier and shall assume no responsibility or liability for matters or events beyond our control in connection with the services provided. We are not responsible or liable for any act, error, omission, commission, injury, loss, accident, delay, nonperformance, or any other irregularity or any consequences resulting therefrom, which may be occur through the neglect, default, or any other act of the company, supplier, or person engaged in carrying out the purpose for which the ticket(s) have been issued. Any representation of scope of supply, features, services, provisions, or any other factor associated with the travel booked is made based on information provided by our supplier and believed to be accurate. We shall not be responsible for the failure of any supplier to provide any or all portions or parts of any service or goods purchased. Customer agrees that recourse in such event shall be to the supplier and not to this agency, its employees, agents, heirs or assigns.
13. SCOPE OF SUPPLY: Transportation to a destination or property by whatever means, shore excursions, tours, side trips, lodging, food, beverage, feature, or other goods and services not specifically stated to be included in the package by the main supplier and/or on the confirmation provided by the agency are not included in the price(s) quoted and agreed to by agency and client.
14. TRAVEL TO THE PORT, RESORT, OR DESTINATION, AND PURCHASES ANCILLARY TO THIS TRIP NOT PURCHASED THROUGH JUST CRUISIN’ PLUS: Please advise us immediately of any airline tickets, hotels, excursions, or any other product or service you purchase through another entity other than Just Cruisin’ Plus. Please advise us immediately if you intend to drive to or from the destination on any date other than the beginning and ending dates shown on your confirmation.
15. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES: We shall not be liable for damages resulting from any of the aforementioned acts, omissions, or commissions of any third party.
16. PRESCIENCE: We shall not be required to be prescient and are not charged with a duty of psychic premonition to foresee acts of God, mechanical malfunction, changes in weather, criminal acts, omissions, or commissions of any third party.
17. SUPPLIER DEFAULT: We accept payment and uphold proceeds of ticket sales as agent of the carrier(s) or supplier(s). In the event that a carrier or supplier on which we have made reservations and written a ticket should default prior to or during the delivery of the services purchased, customer's recourse for refunds shall be with the defaulting carrier or supplier and not with this agency. We are not responsible for the cancellation of any service or refunds from carriers or suppliers that may cease operations. We will not be responsible for refund of monies not in our possession.
18. PRICE/SCHEDULE FLUCTUATIONS, CHANGES AND CLERICAL ERRORS: We shall not be liable for any fluctuation in price or schedule of transportation occurring subsequent to the purchase of the tickets. We reserve the right to correct clerical errors made in individual item price or total prices quoted. We shall not be responsible for pricing or scope of supply errors resulting from misinformation from suppliers. Customer agrees to pay documented price increases that exceed original amounts quoted or set forth.
19. PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP: Travel outside the United States requires a valid passport valid at least six months after the planned return date. Non-U.S. citizens must have a valid passport and a multiple entry visa. It is your responsibility to assure that you have any and all needed visas and similar documents. Failure to present valid proof of citizenship will lead to denied boarding and forfeiture of all travel. No refund will be made for failure to provide proof of citizenship and this type of loss is not covered by travel insurance.
20. CLAIMS FOR REFUNDS AND DAMAGES: All claims for refunds or damages must be submitted to our office within thirty (30) days after return.