I found a price list from the celebrity website:
Alcoholic beverage prices:
•Standard alcohol: $5.50 and up
•Premium alcohol: $5.75 and up
•Cocktails: $4.95 and up
•Wine glass: $5.95 and up
•Champagne glass: $6.95 and up
•Domestic beer: $4.50
•Imported beer: $4.50 and up
Non-Alcoholic Beverage prices:
•Soft drink (glass): $1.25
•Soft drink (can): $1.95
•Water: $2.50 and up
•Drinks purchased in souvenir glass: $8.95
Coffee, tea, and milk:
Complimentary onboard all ships in all lounges except for Cova Cafe.
Note: all prices are quoted in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change and 15% gratuity is additional
Does this seem correct to you previous cruisers. My question is if you do not purchase a drink package and you pay as you go..when ordering a drink like rye and coke do you pay for the alchohol and then the pop on top of the price or does the standard alchohol price include mix.
As I mentioned in your prior thread, those do seem like the correct prices.
And, no, you pay for a rum and coke; not a rum and a coke. The cruise lines want your money, but they also want your business. It is no different than buying a drink in any bar or restaurant. The only difference is that 15% is added for a mandatory gratuity.
Failing to display or provide an accurate price or price list could land the retailer in this case the pub with a hefty fine. should someone report the pub to trading standards and if they decide to prosecul.
Last edited by Mike M; March 2nd, 2011 at 09:04 PM.
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I am fine with those prices. Afer all a drink allways tastes better on a cruiseship.
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