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Old April 4th, 2006, 01:46 AM
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I know you can use your sign & sail card to get money added to your slot machine for a 3% surcharge. Is there a way that you can have that stopped on the guests that are included on your sign & sail account? I don't want my sometimes smart son to use that access of getting some extra cash. I have mentioned to him that you can put in $20 in a slot machine and use your sign & sail card to switch what you have left or won to another machine without cashing out a lot of coins. much easier don't you think.

I was on the Valor in Nov. used my s&s card in the casino, I had points accumulated, I cashed out what $$ I had on the last day. I was wondering if the points toward cashback that I had accumulated will follow me on the new cruise with a different s&s card?
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If you son is under 18, he will not be allowed in the casino and if he does happen to make it to the cage, when they swipe his card, his age will appear and he will not be able to get any money.

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my son is 18 and his guest is also 18. He tells me he won't be playing much in the casino. I hope he and his friend will get pre-occupied with the other teenagers aboard.
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when you board have his card deactivated to where he does not have the ability to charge anything then you need not worry about it, he is an adult after all and should be mature enough to make a resposable decision, but if he is sailing on your nickle instead of his own, then kill his card very simple
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