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Don't remember exact price but we thought it was very expensive. Also, the new machines that do everything for you except actually call out "Bingo!" took all the fun out of it. Paper cards were still available last time we sailed (Dec. 2012) but you had no chance against the machines. All the winners had machines.

When we sailed on EOS ten years ago, the final session was held in the main theatre and it was packed. On Oasis last December, it was held in Studio B and was more than half empty. I couldn't say if that was because there is just so much else to do on Oasis or because of the price or a combination of both.

Sorry to be a downer but I don't think we'll be playing again. :(

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If I remember correctly it was 55.00 per game back in Oct 2012 with the new mechines. Just a tad outrageous if you ask me. My wife uised to go to every game back in the day, now she goes to the first and last game. Its just to expensive.

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