Bungie Cord, Neck Hanger or ...How do you carry your Cruise Card

I've used the bungie cords, the card holder that hangs around your neck, and I've simply carried the cruise card in my pocket. The Bungie cord is usually about 15 feet long by the end of the cruise - the neck holders usually are difficult to remove the card.

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I tried the Bungie cord on my last trip. Yes it gets stretched out big time and more of a pain for me trying to get it out of my pocket or however I am using it. I prefer the card in my front pocket of my pants or side pocket on my swim suit.

Depends where and what I am doing.

Sitting by the pool I have a lanyard, other times in the shirt pocket.

Not a big thing.

I bought a Carnival pouch that goes around your neck on our first cruise and love it. It has room for cell phone, S&S card, cash--pretty much anything I would need since I sometimes don't have pockets.

neck hanger for sure! Leaves a really neat sun tan on my belly, LOL

I hate having to wear things around my neck. I do not wear my ID at the office (in my wallet) and on a cruise I do not want to do so either so it usually goes into my shirt pocket if on the ship and off the ship goes into my fanny pack. Yep I use one of those ancient things as I find it great for my glasses, camera, ID etc and I do not have to carry anything and it is attached to me.

I carry a wristlet on cruises and just put it in there with my phone and anything else I carry with me.

LOL Something to bring home with you! Big Smile

I think fanny packs are still cool and plan on using one myself! Wink Long live fanny packs! lol

My pocket

Most of the time I keep it in my pocket, I did try a lanyard for my last cruise and liked it, not one of the plastic ones, a nice woven one off of Amazon. I will bring it with me on the next cruise.


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