Aldrich - Answered a Question by mcevoy (01 Jun 08 21:32)

'Proper' coke costs $2.24 per drink incl the gratuities. You can do the math to ascertain as to whether the soda card is good value or not.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by mcevoy (30 May 08 14:35)

Unlimited consumption of fountain sodas at all bars and lounges, Windjammer, dining room and private destinations (Cococay and Labadee). Does not include branded sodas or juice.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by mcevoy (30 May 08 14:47)

As much coke-Pepsi-Lemonade Ect that you can drink tea and coffee free any way and there version of lemonade,there soda is what we call pop type drinks.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by mcevoy (30 May 08 17:50)

Costs $6pd for adults and $4pd for children and you add 15% tip on top of that and you have to buy the soda card on the first day and for all days of the cruise.

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Foxley - Answered a Question by mcevoy (31 May 08 01:33)

Type your answer here...We have just got back from our first cruise with our 4 children on the Navigator of the Seas and this is what we found out about the soda passes. It is only worth buying them for independant children who will be ordering their own drinks. If you have young children buy a pass for yourself and order their drinks on that.We bought 6 passes and only ever used 3. Also note that the cola given on the pass is from the fountain and did not taste like proper Coke to me. To get proper Coke you have to buy a can. Enjoy your cruise - we LOVED it!!!!!

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