Walker - Answered a Question by carver (28 Sep 08 10:26)

Never known a cruise without Bingo - I don't play, but the prizes are sometimes really high - and they apparently hsave to get rid of the money by the end of the cruise so the 'jackpot' can be really enormous and the queue to play on the last day is usually round the ships - we worked the profits out once over a week if a quarter of the passengers played every day, according to our reckoning it would feed a third world nation with what the cruise lines rake in at Bingo hope you win !! Regards.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by carver (27 Sep 08 16:43)

I don't think theres a cruise ship on the water that doesn't.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by carver (27 Sep 08 16:52)

You don't say whether you love it or are trying to avoid it but .... I know of few cruise lines which do not promote the playing of Bingo as it is a huge money winner for them. I never play it myself but I have noticed that the jackpot never goes until the penultimate day of the cruise, now I wonder why that is. ... Neil.

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carver - replied to Neil & Ida Down (27 Sep 08 17:43)

Oh yes we love it, my mother of 75 especially. thanks.

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Ross - Answered a Question by carver (28 Sep 08 10:44)

It is 'funny' American style Bingo though.....they don't play it the same as what we do....

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