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prescott - Answered a Question by syson (07 Oct 08 01:37)

Just booked this cruise for march 2009 ,and we got the drinks package for £99 each per week .

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syson - replied to prescott (16 Oct 08 11:41)

Where did you book the drinks package on thomson destiny for £99 each per week.

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syson - replied to prescott (23 Oct 08 19:57)

Did you book the drinks package at the time of booking-travel agents?

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by syson (02 Aug 08 19:14)

Not sure why some cruisers get so up tight about alcohol prices on their cruise ship if you were staying in a 4 star hotel would it get the same priority. One person I heard from said on a two week cruise they spent £450 and it was cheaper than the package on offer which I am assuming will be around £300 per week for two. So unless you inrend to get legless every night it might not be worth the bother but see what other comments this attracts.

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morris - Answered a Question by syson (03 Aug 08 10:17)

The drinks on thomson ships are very reasonably priced so it may not be worth the while to buy the all inclusive package. I don't know exact prices for everything but a glass of house white (very drinkable)was 2.25 and the cocktails were around the same price....a can of coke or lemonade was 1.00 ...we thought good prices !!!

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critchley - Answered a Question by syson (07 Aug 08 21:44)

My wife and myself booked last november 2007 for the destiny jan 2009 cruise,we got the drinks package included free? would be interested to know the cost of the drinks package.

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Wilson - replied to critchley (28 Aug 08 08:39)

We had an all inclusive on Thomson Destiny last Feb. which was fantastic.The wine really did flow freely.It was simply done on our card which was marked AI.The people who paid for the package said it was £150 per head.We worked out what we actually drank and it would have cost us £150 for the two of us ao would have not been worth it to buy.We believe the drinks package is limited as some people said they tried but were unable to get it.We did tip our wine waiter at the end of the cruise.He was fantastic.

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prescott - Answered a Question by syson (24 Oct 08 01:05)

We booked the drinks package with our travel agent and it was said then that it was only 99 pounds ,but people we no have booked with the same agents and they have been charged 150 per week ,so they asked why ,and was told its thomsons they sometimes do this a one week offer where its cheaper , its stupid really they should charge all people the same ,the only other thing i can say is look online at thomsons they do alot of deals on there ,that travel agents dont do even thomsons sounds daft i no ,but if you can get it cheaper on line with thonsoms print it off and take it to a thomsons travel agents and they will match the price ,hope i helped some ,bye .

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cleveland - Answered a Question by syson (03 Dec 08 19:46)

Can i buy a drinks inclusive deal?

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