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Excuse my ignorance but is that cost only if you have not qualified for private function(s) as part of your group booking perks?  Or do you still have the costs associated with private functions?  Sometimes the information needs to be spelled out a bit more clearly in their promotional materials I think :) 

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Oops, I meant to post my question as a reply to this conversation! 
 

Originally Posted by Jamie5280 View Post

Hi Airica26

 

From my understanding if you choose to use the dinner reservation for your reception you are only allowed 35.  If you have more than 35 people you will then have to purchase a private function which is (with the new packages) $50/pp for a table of 8 or $400 for a table of 8 for 2 hours. That includes food and open bar.  It's an additional $65/table/hour you want to extend.  Hope that helps!
 



 



 

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Oops, I meant to post my question as a reply to this conversation! 
 

Originally Posted by Jamie5280 View Post

Hi Airica26

 

From my understanding if you choose to use the dinner reservation for your reception you are only allowed 35.  If you have more than 35 people you will then have to purchase a private function which is (with the new packages) $50/pp for a table of 8 or $400 for a table of 8 for 2 hours. That includes food and open bar.  It's an additional $65/table/hour you want to extend.  Hope that helps!
 



 



 

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If you qualify for free events it's different.  You do not need to pay $400/table for example, but you will have to pay for the extra hour(s) you may want, along with any decorations, music, etc.. you may also want.
 

 

Originally Posted by Mlite83 View Post

Excuse my ignorance but is that cost only if you have not qualified for private function(s) as part of your group booking perks?  Or do you still have the costs associated with private functions?  Sometimes the information needs to be spelled out a bit more clearly in their promotional materials I think :) 



 

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Thanks! I'm glad we have a forum like this that I can count on others to help make sense of everything!  Much appreciated!

 

Originally Posted by Jamie5280 View Post

Oh and if you are on the Caribbean terrace you will still pay for extra fees for set up no matter what.



 

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Hi ladies!

 

So, I finally have all the contents of my OOT bags.  I still need to make the tags, print off the welcome letter and get small bags for the contents, but I just wanted to show everyone what I am putting in there.

 

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Sorry it submitted before I was ready.

 

 

 

 

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We put in

 

Imodium packets

Advil Packets

Aloe

Hand sanitizer

Bug wipes

first Aid kit

Tip/key holder

Black Bag

32 oz plastic stein mug

T-shirt.

 

I wanted to do more, but FI was done with them, HA!!!  :)  I hope people like them!!!

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Great job Jamie!

 

 

 

I'm trying to decide if mugs/cups are a good idea.  I've never stayed at an All-Inclusive resort before.  What are everyone's thoughts on giving mugs/cups in the OOT bags?  I found some at Wal-mart the other day that were orange (my wedding color) and they had a lid and a straw for about $3 a piece!

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We have stayed at many AI's and I really wanted insulated mugs, but the cups were cheaper.  The cups at the resort are small and the ice tends to melt quickly.  These mugs won't help with the ice melting, but it gives you that little bit more so you aren't going up to the bar all the time.  I guess it's just preference.  We like being able to fill up a larger cup.  My cups are almost too big, though, but we are big campers in the summer, so they will come in handy then, too!

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