Carnival Home Port Advisory excursion

What the heck is this? It's very cheap for 1 cent but information on this is lacking. 

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Some home ports have specific information listed under this "excursion".  One of the mods on FV explained that a price had to be assigned before they could add the advisory to the excursion list.

It's been awhile since I read the explanation, so I can't remember specific things that might be listed.

The best part of the "excursion" are the reviews.  Some very witty folks have left comments.

 

This one has one review and the said it was a good time but they didn't what it was. 

You have to admit -- it is well worth the price.

Is it per person or per room like FTTF? Wink

I think it is per person, but you can easily shareBig Smile

Heck no! If it's such a good deal, DH can buy his own out of his own cruise spending budget. Big Smile

Its like the Cheers program.

But a lot less expensive, and they don't cut you off at 15.

 

BonMike - just make sure you give him enough budget to be able to afford it!Big Smile

 

No sharing

 

Well just like the Cheers program, it's not fair that we both must buy the Homeport Advisory if only one of us wants it. Now Carnival is not only nickel and dining the guests, but also pennying them? When will it stop?

 

BDRebel, DH works full time, so he has his own cruise spending money - no way am I buying frivolous treats like this for him out of our vacation budget. 

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