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Just got off oriana today and a pint of Stella is £3.75

Single Hendrix £3.75 double £5.75 tonic £1.65 or £1.95

 

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Fantastic prices for a cruise ship where they have a captive market.

P&O are not perfect but IMO their drinks prices are extremely competitive and i also get a seven and a half percent loyalty discount off too.

 

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Just got off oriana today and a pint of Stella is £3.75

Single Hendrix £3.75 double £5.75 tonic £1.65 or £1.95

 

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My mistake about the Stella that price is for a bottle a pint is £4.25 🤦

 

 

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You can always take your own on to enjoy in your cabin / balcony ... might take the edge off your bar bill.

 

I would say the prices are acceptable, they certainly aren't cheap although one could argue they are cheaper than other cruise lines (but you aren't travelling on another cruise line ).

 

Peroni was good value however if that's your tipple of choice. House Red and Rose was also reasonable in price and tasted okay.

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Normal bar prices _£5.00 ish a pint, £6.00 a cocktail etc. You are allowed to bring your drinks for the cabin. Ask the steward to clear the mini bar and put yours in to drink whilst in the cabin. I loved Azuroa had Perioni beer on draught - hard to find and expensive in the uk despite being much nicer than Stella etc

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Purely IMHO, I would say they are cheap prices. You are on a floating four-star hotel. Have a drink in any four-star hotel in the UK and see how much a pint of lager or standard Gin & Tonic cost you.

Quite!! The prices on P&O are extremely good, and don't have 15-18% service charge added on top either!

 

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