Didja Ever.......?

Book a B2B, and go to all the trivia games, and guess the carat weight contests, and take notes on the first week....and then go and try to clean up on prizes during the second week Wink.          The things I wish I had thought of years ago.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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HAHAHA, that is clever... I would first have to get the $$ for a B2B

 

Do many people do them? Is it on the same ship with the same itinerary? 

B2B  yes if you consider the two different cruise in trip.

Won a bottle at the newlywed game....

Won a watch at the jewellery store.

Got a bottle of bubbly for winning the Twist contest.

Take note for the sales days later in the cruise.

We had a smart TA.

You could always make someone's day and leave all the answers to the trivia and guessing games in the safe in your room perhaps?  LOL

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You could always make someone's day and leave all the answers to the trivia and guessing games in the safe in your room perhaps?  LOL

What a great idea..........., But the stewards would probably remove it once they open the safes.

 

 

Never did a B2B yet......most friends just do not have that much time off work Sad.    I have looked into B2B2B,   last cruise of the Caribbean season, Transatlantic and then first cruise of the Greek Islands...... that's about a month on the ship and would need a week or two in Italy after the last section of the cruise.

 

Winning every Trivia...........what would I do with that many Ships on a Stick or other tacky prizes ?

 

You could give the answers to people waiting to get onto the ship when your getting off the ship.

There is the old hotel trick.. Hide it in the bible... I'm sure the cruise doesn't have a bible, but there has to be some secret stash place. 

We are down to one cat. When he goes, before we refill, I plan on going away for at least a month. I'll do Alaska for the month..........and never be bored

We have done b2b several times. I usually don't go to trivia, not even smart enough.

B2B on my list...I will remember this! LOL!

Wouldn't that be cheating even though most of the prizes are crappy.

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