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Roberts - Answered a Question by coatesworth (02 Dec 08 04:20)

Most ships work on a cashless system where your credit card details are taken and your then issued with a swipe card for each transaction you make on board. If you dont have a credit card then usually they will take pounds/dollars/euros (exchange rate can be very poor) at the start of your trip and you are then capped on how much can be spent.

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Rum Runner - Answered a Question by coatesworth (01 Dec 08 19:15)

Pounds sterling will be charged to your onboard account with Thomsons.

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ferguson - Answered a Question by coatesworth (02 Dec 08 10:27)

On a trip on Celebration in September the only thing I needed real money for was the casino and even there you can go to the cash desk for your chips and get them added to your account. I put my wallet, passport etc in the safe and forgot about them for the week. You will need some money for on shore cash purchases.

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Hunt - Answered a Question by coatesworth (02 Dec 08 20:45)

What ship and/or cruise line were you thinking of?

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