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Old 05-22-2012, 12:48 PM   #76
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Does anyone have or know where I can view a picture of the Castaway Cay Tervis tumbler? I have always wanted one and now I have an excuse to buy one on the ship.
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Old 05-22-2012, 05:00 PM   #77
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Old 05-22-2012, 06:15 PM   #78
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i have a cup that is similar to this brand, probably a knock off. would there be any difference in my cup and their cup if the design is basically the same?
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Old 05-22-2012, 06:36 PM   #79
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i have a cup that is similar to this brand, probably a knock off. would there be any difference in my cup and their cup if the design is basically the same?
Not sure what you mean....Tervis can be used for both hot and cold drinks, does not drip (condensation does not form) and some other features....

I love the Tervis product and have found they hold up better than other brands.

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Old 05-22-2012, 06:38 PM   #80
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My mugs got kicked, too, for the word "Disney." Since one of my photos included us with Mickey, and another photo included the DCL logo on the ship's funnel, I didn't want to re-submit only to get it kicked again. I called, on hold 5 minutes, and got very quick assurances that the photos were fine.

It turned out better because now I could use the free-ship code, which wasn't available yesterday.

Here's a sample: There are two side pictures also, on of the DCL logo on the funnel on the left and one of the bow headed straight into the setting sun on the right.



It's the little things like this that make the wait for our sail-date bearable!

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Old 05-22-2012, 06:50 PM   #81
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I love the Disney cruise charm got it the first day. They had alot the women at the store said last week.

I also want to thank the person who mentioned the tervis cup. I bought 2 of each, I really love the Cruise ship one. They seemed to run out of it the first day but had a ton more by the end of the cruise. The Castaway Cay one is very cute also.
Started collecting the Dooney and bourke bags on our Disney trips!! Now I would love to start one of these bracelets! Do they sell the actual bracelet there or just the charms?? If so, is it cheapier to buy the bracelet before hand and get the charms on board?! Thanks!!!
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Old 05-22-2012, 07:02 PM   #82
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Started collecting the Dooney and bourke bags on our Disney trips!! Now I would love to start one of these bracelets! Do they sell the actual bracelet there or just the charms?? If so, is it cheapier to buy the bracelet before hand and get the charms on board?! Thanks!!!
yes they do sell the bracelet onboard and it is cheaper than buying it at home, at least my home.
trying to remember but believe it was 49 on the boat and it is 65 plus tax here.
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Old 05-22-2012, 07:13 PM   #83
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Well, I have caught Tervis fever. Today I bought a lid that you can put a straw in and a handle at Bed Bath And Beyond. I don't even own a cup.

I figure those things will come in handy on board after I figure out which one to buy.

TINKERBELLMOM31: thank you for posting the CC pictures.
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Old 05-22-2012, 11:13 PM   #84
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Well, I have caught Tervis fever. Today I bought a lid that you can put a straw in and a handle at Bed Bath And Beyond. I don't even own a cup.

I figure those things will come in handy on board after I figure out which one to buy.

TINKERBELLMOM31: thank you for posting the CC pictures.
Beall's has a better selection of cups than BB&B. Oops....guess you didn't need to hear that.
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Old 05-23-2012, 05:56 AM   #85
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I love the Cc cup!,

I have been looking for new cups to bring for my kids DD7, dS3

Are these lids spill proof?

Is the wide open straw the only lid option?

I understand that there are disposable cups at drink stations, and dinner

But I thought they would be great for CC so they stay hydrated on the beach!

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Old 05-23-2012, 08:09 AM   #86
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Well, I have caught Tervis fever. Today I bought a lid that you can put a straw in and a handle at Bed Bath And Beyond. I don't even own a cup.

I figure those things will come in handy on board after I figure out which one to buy.

TINKERBELLMOM31: thank you for posting the CC pictures.
Don't the ones on the ship come with a lid and a straw?
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Don't the ones on the ship come with a lid and a straw?
Lid yes, straw no
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:12 AM   #88
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The tervis cups on the ship come with a lid that has a coffee style slider opening. There is a notch for a straw but it doesn't come with one. You could get one from the drink station.

I would not consider it spill proof. Mine has tipped and some coffee spilled out. I also have the sport bottle from the tervis store. I dropped it and it popped open and spilled. I'm not sure but it looks like the shaker lid u can buy from their website might be used sippy style. Maybe some one else can answer that.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:54 AM   #89
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The tervis cups on the ship come with a lid that has a coffee style slider opening. There is a notch for a straw but it doesn't come with one. You could get one from the drink station.

I would not consider it spill proof. Mine has tipped and some coffee spilled out. I also have the sport bottle from the tervis store. I dropped it and it popped open and spilled. I'm not sure but it looks like the shaker lid u can buy from their website might be used sippy style. Maybe some one else can answer that.
Good to know, I will plan on getting straws and the other kinds of lids before I leave. I would prefer that to the coffee mug style opening.
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Good to know, I will plan on getting straws and the other kinds of lids before I leave. I would prefer that to the coffee mug style opening.
The straws on the ship will be fine to use in the 16 oz. cups. I'm not a fan of reusable straws, too hard to clean. We only have the coffee cup style lids since they can also be used with a straw, more functional in my opinion. Once you are at the store you can look at both kinds of lids and decide if you need to purchase the straw ones.
The shaker lid won't be spill proof either. It's the same type of lid that bartenders use when mixing (shaking) drinks.
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