How old do you have to be to play Bingo on CCL? I have two young teenagers (13 & 14) who are interested in playing -- not necessarily in the Camp Carnival program. They want to play "real" Bingo with Mom and Grandma. ??
I thought I'd let you know, that all the cruises I have been on have permitted any age to play. It may be different, but I'm pretty sure that they can play. Have fun...and tell your daughter that they will have the time of thier lives!!
If you haen't played Bingo on a cruise before, you should be alerted that it's a lot different from Bingo at home. The cards are expensive (you may pay $10 a card for ONE game, for example--$20 for three cards) . The games vary each time there's Bingo, so you sometimes get more than one game for a card. You "mark" the cards by pushing paper tabs, but they warn you not to pull the tabs off! The dancers usually run the Bingo games. Going to Bingo is fun even if you don't play, since the games are usually scheduled before a show or other activitiy. By going to Bingo, you'll be in good seats for the next activity!! It's also fun to watch people win, and to try to figure out how much money Carnival made on all the people who DIDN't win . . .