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we2vagabonds
01-03-2002, 03:58 PM
How much is the beer mug that I have seen mentioned? Is it made out of glass or plastic? (Neither of us are big drinkers, but thought that it would be a good souvenir.)

Any info will be greatly appreciated. :)

Dave_from_Marietta
01-03-2002, 04:00 PM
It's a big, heavy, glass, 22-ounce mug. It costs about $10.

winnyis
01-03-2002, 04:20 PM
that if your 3 year old son accidently breaks it like mine did - your hubby is gonna be so bummed that he lets you book another cruise.

Western Caribbean here we come

we2vagabonds
01-03-2002, 04:26 PM
Sounds like a great deal to me!! (Maybe when I want to go again I will break it myself!);) I thought that someone said that it was refillable. $10 and refillable? Is that correct?

Dave_from_Marietta
01-03-2002, 04:41 PM
Yes, it's refillable for the price of a standard beer. So you get 22oz for the 16oz price.

rcdisneyfam
01-03-2002, 07:38 PM
How about the old ESPN Mugs. They used to have them and then they ran out just before our cruise last year. Have the come back with them?

fireplug
01-04-2002, 09:52 AM
Tell me more about these fabulous beer mugs. Where are they available on the Wonder ? We are sailing 1/27 and I am gonna be thirsty.

wovenwonder
01-04-2002, 10:23 AM
I think the beer mugs that they are talking about ARE the ESPN mugs. You can purchase them in the ESPN lounge for $10 and then refill them for the regular price of a small beer - and this mug is huge (I believe 22 oz!). Does anyone know all of the brands available to fill the mug - for the poster who wanted more details.

Seņor Ferrari
01-04-2002, 12:07 PM
Most bars on the ship have Bud, Miller Lite, and Heineken on tap. The domestic beers are $3.25 each and Heineken $4.00. I did the math and figured (roughly) that if you buy 8 domestic beers, or 7 imported (actually 6.666667), the mug will pay for itself.

While it's easy to make the mug pay for itself, it's kind of a hassle to drag the thing around all the time. We bought them on our first cruise, but passed on the second trip. I think it was worth doing once, because it makes a nice souvenier.