Richards - Answered a Question by clarke (06 Sep 08 10:33)

We paid $10.50 for 2 gin and tonics in Jan on QM2. Just paid $15.50 on Celebrity for the same. Coffee was about $3.00 double again on Celeb.

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BLYTH - replied to Richards (06 Sep 08 19:03)

We paid $11.00 for two gin/tonics on Celeb you need to check the price list as they will serve you the most expensive brand unless you specify. We ask for Gordons and not the Sapphire option which is more expensive.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by clarke (05 Sep 08 16:46)

No.

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Richard Okill - Answered a Question by clarke (06 Sep 08 12:02)

There, I told you so, and that's cheaper than a lot of pubs home here.

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Finn - Answered a Question by clarke (06 Sep 08 15:20)

A pint of larger is about $4.50 plus 15% service charge.

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Seabright - Answered a Question by clarke (07 Sep 08 18:16)

In August 2 spirits & mixers, or 2 liqueurs less than $11. Bottle of Pinot Gris in restaurant $34.50, cocktails $6 each. All excellent value and about the same as when we were on board in Jan. Karen.

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