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What I always tell newbie cruisers is if you are having to sign you are paying. :D Don't have to give your card, it's free!

 

BonVoyage

Dawna

 

With the exception of the drinks in the mini-fridge in the cabin. They count the ones used and just add to the bill at the end of the week. We've never been asked to sign for those.

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With the exception of the drinks in the mini-fridge in the cabin. They count the ones used and just add to the bill at the end of the week. We've never been asked to sign for those.

 

You should ask your cabin attendant to leave a bill for you to sign. ;)

We were going to be charged for things we never took from the mini frig during our first week on board.

We never even looked in it.

I found it while checking my bill on the TV every night.

macadamia nuts half eaten. $7.00

candy bar, paper still on it, that looked like a baby teethed on it was put back in the tin.

Soda was missing.

He must have forgotten to check it after the others before us left the cabin.

I went to the pursers desk and told them to remove those charges.

From then on, the attendant had to give us a bill to sign. :D

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