How to sneak alcohol on a cruise
Planning on going on a cruise sometime soon? If so you’ve probably been looking at your budget and wondering how much you’re going to have to allow for alcoholic drinks.
Once you’ve ventured down that road you’re probably realizing it’s going to be a pretty expensive part of your trip and likely cut into your on shore excursions or even one of your relaxing massages heaven forbid!
This is a natural progression that most people go through. The next step is figuring out how to sneak alcohol on a cruise. There are a multitude of ideas online including videos of people royally screwing it up by trying to rinse out shampoo bottles and hiding alcohol inside resulting in a soapy tasting concoction no one but a desperate alcoholic would want to drink.
Sneaking alcohol onto a cruise
Here at Camo Caps we’ve been down this road as well. Most people aren’t rich so when going on a vacation a proper allocation of funds is a necessity. My first cruise I researched how to sneak alcohol on a cruise, got frustrated with the lack of good products to do so and just threw some full bottles of liquor in my luggage and kept my fingers crossed it wouldn’t get taken out while going through security. Luckily this worked but it was a bit nerve racking so I decided to have a more well thought out method the next time.
This is how Camo Caps were born and why they’re such a great product for anyone looking for how to smuggle alcohol on a cruise. On my second trip I realized water bottles had a lot of potential as cruise lines like Carnival would allow you to bring them on board as long as they’re “factory sealed”.
I tried following the steps in some videos by boiling them off but it was frustrating and ended up costing me a ton in screwed up water bottles. Despite the cost and annoyance I was successful in bringing on a six pack of water bottles filled with 6 liters of vodka, gin and rum.
I realized after that cruise I wasn’t alone in my quest for how to bring alcohol on a cruise and decided to start Camo Caps by buying caps from the manufacturer in bulk and selling them to people like myself who wanted to save a few buck.
4 years later and 150,000 caps later I’d say the proof is in the pudding that it works. Save yourself some time and effort and learn from our customers that have been successful time after time in sneaking alcohol on a boat.
Here’s how Camo Caps work. Buy some Aquafina 20oz or 1 liter water bottles and remove the entire cap including the seal that stays on the bottle. Once removed do what you will with the water (you might think about hydrating and drinking all that water cause you’re going to need it).
Once the water is removed grab a funnel and pour in your favorite clear liquor to the same level the water was at. Pop on a Camo Cap and screw down tight. You now have what looks like a water bottle but is instead a money saving, extra massage getting, jet ski riding bottle of fun!
All that’s left is to pack in your checked luggage (never your carry on as you’re just adding more risk to the endeavor) and get on that boat. It’s literally that easy!
If you ever have a question on how to use our Camo Caps or need any tips on how to sneak alcohol on a cruise feel free to call or email us anytime and we’ll be happy to help. Happy cruising and enjoy yourself : )
Looking for Ways to Sneak Alcohol?
If you are searching the internet for ways to sneak alcohol into places you’ve stumbled across the right article and product. There are dozens of products out there claiming to be able to help you sneak your liquor into wherever your little heart may desire. There are binocular flasks, cell phone flasks, bags you can strap to your waste or inside your bra, flexible flasks you can stuff into crevices or luggage, ties that have flasks inside them, wraps that go around beer cans so it looks like a soda can, sunscreen bottle flasks, shampoo bottle flasks or just a regular flask you can stuff in a boot. It gets confusing extremely quickly and Camo Caps are here to make your life and your desire to find the best ways to sneak alcohol much easier.
Ways to Sneak Alcohol
One of the biggest problems with all these aforementioned products is they’re either blatantly obvious in not being the product they claim to be, uncomfortable to wear/carry or only hold a small amount of alcohol which might help get you a buzz but won’t do much for your friends if you want to share and probably will mean that even if it’s just you drinking you will be far from drunk when you finish the two shots worth of liquor you managed to sneak in. This is why Camo Caps are such a genius product. They use an everyday item (a water bottle) which is allowed just about everywhere and transform it into a flask. This means you can carry anywhere from 12oz to 1 liter of liquor just about anywhere you please and remain extremely discreet even if you’re doing shots straight from the bottle. Try that with a binocular flask and see how long it is before someone figures out what you’re doing.
There Are Many Ways to Sneak Alcohol, But Here’s the Best Trick
At Camo Caps we’re all about simplicity and effectiveness when it comes to finding the best ways to sneak alcohol anywhere. Camo Caps were born out of necessity when Derek Burton first went to the Austin City Limits Music festival and wanted to sneak in alcohol to keep from dropping $100 plus a day on alcohol. His friends had tried all kinds of ideas to accomplish this over previous years. Some worked and some didn’t but even the ones that worked were clumsy and inefficient at best. Sometimes simplicity is key and resealing a water bottle with a Camo Caps has been proven the best way to sneak significant amounts of alcohol into concerts, music festivals, baseball games, amusement parks, cruises and anywhere else that allows you to bring a factory sealed water bottle which is just about everywhere.
Stop trying to reinvent the wheel and sneak alcohol a proven and effective way. Stop listening to people trying to make a quick buck off of some silly product that’s supposed to help you get two shots worth of alcohol clumsily into the next event you want to go to. We’ve sold over 100,000 caps over the past few years and there’s a reason we keep selling more. We keep selling them and having satisfied customer because Camo Caps work and they work well. We have videos and how to guides on our website demonstrating how to use Camo Caps and if you have any questions we are more than happy to answer them via e-mail or phone. If you’re looking for the best ways to sneak alcohol look no further. You’ve found the answer now pull the trigger on getting some and enjoy drinking the alcohol of your choice anywhere you please while you save a ton of money.
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How To Sneak Alcohol Into A Concert from Camo Caps
By Derek Burton
Concerts are a significant part of anyone’s life that enjoys music. Some of us may frequent them as often as a few times a week. Tickets can be expensive enough but add onto that the cost of drinks and you’d better make sure you’re working hard in between shows.
That being said a lot of people want to be able to enjoy these concerts without completely breaking the bank so they try to figure out how to sneak alcohol into a concert to save a few bucks and still have a good time. Sneaking alcohol in a concert can be rather difficult seeing as how they’re usually taking place where there is security outside checking bags and patting patrons down to make sure no contraband is being brought in.
In all honesty you need to get a bit more creative if you’re trying to get alcohol in a concert than many other places. Every venue is different so you really need to take that fact into account and I will help you with selecting the best option on how to sneak alcohol into a concert depending on the type of venue.
Here at Camo Caps we’ve got as much experience on how to sneak alcohol into a concert as we do anywhere else and in all honesty our product doesn’t work for every venue. The simple fact is you need to be adaptable so here is a list of different types of venues and what methods work best with each.
Try these proven methods
No sales pitch just good ole useful information! We’re going to start by sizes of venues. Most small shows are usually at a bar/dedicated venue for shows. For reasons that don’t need to be mentioned bars frown upon you smuggling alcohol in a concert at their place of business cause their revenue is mostly dependent on sales from liquor.
At these venues really your only option on how to sneak alcohol in a concert is really a flask or some mini bottles discreetly hidden in a pocket or boot. No need to get fancy on this one.
Just bring your flask in and be discreet with it. The next step up is your amphitheater. These places rely more on ticket sales than liquor but they do sell liquor so again don’t want you bringing in your own. Amphitheaters usually have the larger and longer shows like one that I’m going to this evening at the Austin 360 Amphitheater.
Being a longer show means much more time spent at the venue and therefore a larger quantity of alcohol may be needed. Amphitheaters are a perfect example of where Camo Caps and water bottles work perfectly (we have a list of different amphitheaters and venues that allow “factory sealed water bottles” in here http://camocaps.net/list-of-
All of those venues will allow patrons to bring in one sealed water bottle to a show as most of them are outside and it can be rather hot. This means that by using our caps and a bottle of water you can bring in up to 1 liter of your choice of clear liquor. That should cover you and a friend pretty easily!
Hell you may even make a few new ones with any surplus you may have. The next type of venue that you may be wondering how to smuggle alcohol into a concert at is the stadium. I don’t know of any stadiums that will allow you to bring in water bottles during a concert (baseball games are another story though!).
At stadium shows resorting back to your flask or mini bottles is going to be your best bet. Luckily there are so many people at these types of concerts you can be a little less discreet with pouring it into your drink but still you don’t want to be blatant about it.
The final type of venue you may be wondering how to sneak alcohol into a concert at is the music festival. These are the pinnacle for concert goes. Dozens of bands playing all day in the same place oh my! Needless to say you get gouged on alcohol at music festivals.
Lucky for you Camo Caps was created out of necessity after trying to sneak alcohol into ACL music festival. Flasks just don’t cut the quantity of alcohol needed for an all day festival with friends. Camo Caps and sealed water bottles are by far the best way to sneak alcohol into a music festival.
You’re normally allowed 2 sealed bottles of water in per patron per day. Play it safe and make one of those bottles actual water so you don’t die of alcohol poisoning!
Again here all you need to do is take off the original cap, fill the bottle with clear liquor and re seal with a Camo Cap then enjoy! I hope this has been helpful and as always if you have any questions feel free to email or call us and we’ll be happy to help.
Everyone is always curious how much money they can save by sneaking alcohol on a cruise. Here is a list of drink prices so you can have look at how much your favorite drinks are gonna cost you and get a good idea of how much you might spend. 2 drinks an hour is a pretty average rate for pool and club time but use your own judgment. It adds up quick!
- (Carnival corkage fee) is $10 per bottle (if the bottle is consumed in one of the main restaurants) and $14 if consumed in a specialty restaurant. All prices include the 15% gratuity unless noted otherwise.
Drink prices in US $ with 15% gratuity included.
|San Pellegrino (1 liter); Aqua Panna & San Pellegrino Bubbles (at Cucina del Capitano)||$4.75|
|Perrier (200ml, 6,5oz) & (Bon Voyage/Fun Shop orders, 6-pack)||$3.25 & $20|
|Natural Spring Water (1,5 liter)||$3.95|
|Assorted Vitamin Water (200ml)||$2.95|
|Natural Spring Water (0,5 liter, 17oz) & (Bon Voyage/Fun Shop orders: 1,5L & 6-pack)||$1.95 & (BV: $5 & $10)|
|$1.50 per glass|
Juice, Mixers and Energy Drink
|Bloody Mary Mix (5,5oz & 4-pack)||$1.95 & $10|
|Powerade (20oz & 6-pack)||$2.95 & $14|
|Red Bull (8,3oz)||$4.75|
|Rock Star (Black, Lemon & Sugar-Free, 4-pack cans)||$18|
Other NON-ALCOHOLIC beverages
|(4-Pack) Cranberry-Grapefruit-Orange Juice||$10|
|(frozen) “Strawberry Daiquiri”, “(Caribbean) Pina Colada”, “Miami Vice”, “Beachcomber”||$4.75|
“REFRESHING FROZENS” prices
|all at $7.25|
|an option to upgrade to a higher brand liquor||$2.00|
|“BEACHCOMBER” (Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, Midory Melon, Cruzan Mango Rum, Citrus, Pineapple Juice)||–|
|“BLUE’S BLUE MARGARITA” (Margaritaville Tequila, Blue Curacao, Syrup, Lime Juice)||–|
|“GUAVA MARGARITA” (1800 Tequila, Guava Puree, Midory Melon, Lime Juice)||–|
|“THE IGUANA’S CLASSIC” (1800 Tequila, Cointreau, Lime Juice)||–|
|“CHIPOTLE PINEAPPLE PASSION MARGARITA” (1800 Tequila, Pineapple, Passion Fruit, Citrus, Chipotle)||–|
|“RED’S CARIBBEAN COLADA” (Gosling’s Dark and Cruzan Vanilla Rums, Banana, Coconut, Pineapple)||–|
|“MANGO MAGIC” (Cruzan Mango Rum, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, Mango,Citrus, Mint)||–|
|“RED’S STRAWBERRY DAIQUIRI” (Bacardi Rum, Strawberries, Sugar Syrup)||–|
|“MIAMI VICE” (Pina Colada with the “Red’s Strawberry Daiquiri”)||–|
|“RUM RUNNER JUMPER” (Cruzan Light Rum, Gosling’s Dark Rum, Banana, Orange, Pineapple)||–|
|“RED’S REMEDY” (Gosling’s Dark Rum, Cruzan Coconut Rum, Tropical Juices)||-.|
COCKTAILS and MARGARITA
|“BITE OF THE IGUANA” (Sauza Tequila, Peach Schnapps, SKYY Vodka, Orange Juice, Citrus, Sprite)||–|
|“AGAVE PINEAPPLE TEA” (Margaritaville Tequila, Cruizan Rum, Beefeater Gin, SKYY Vodka, Citrus, Pineapple)||–|
|“SPICY MARGARITA” (Margaritaville Tequila, Chipotle Pineapple Syrup, Citrus)||–|
|“IGUANA’S ICED TEA” (Long Island Iced Tea; SKYY Vodka, Beefeater Gin, Cruzan Rum, Southern Comfort, Apple Pucker, Citrus, Orange Juice, Grenadine)||–|
|“GREEN IGUANA” (1800 Tequila, Midory Melon, Coconut, Pineapple Juice, Citrus)||–|
|“MANGO MARGARITA” (Margaritaville Tequila, Mango Puree, Citrus, Syrup, Pineapple Juice)||–|
|“FROG’S ISLAND ICED TEA” (Malibu Coconut Rum, Blue Curacao, Beefeater Gin, SKYY Vodka, Pineapple Juice, Citrus, Sprite)||–|
|“DIRTY MOJITO” (Captain Morgan Private Stock, Brown Sugar, Mint, Lime, Club Soda)||–|
|“TING MOJITO” (Grapefruit Vodka, Grapefruit Juice, Mint, Lime, Simple Syrup)||–|
|“BLUE’S PATRON MARGARITA” (Patron Silver Tequila, Cointreau Rum, Lime Juice)||$10.95 (16oz)|
|“RED”S RUM TREASURE” (Zacapa 23 Rum, Coconut Rum, Sprite, Guava Pineapple Juice)||$10.95 (16oz)|
the prices of all the concoctions at the “Alchemy Bar”
|all at $8.95|
|an additional option to upgrade to ultra premium liquor brands||+$1.00|
|“THE REMEDY” (Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, Cruzan Coconut Rum, Orange Juice, Pineapple, Lime Juice)||–|
|“FIERY TROPICAL PASSION MARTINI” (El Jimador Silver Tequila, Cointreau Rum, Spicy Mango Puree, Citrus)||–|
|“THE QUICK FIX” (Pernod Absinthe, Bacardy Rum, SKYY Vodka, Beefeater Gin, Midori Melon, Citrus)||–|
|“CARIBBEAN MANHATTAN” (Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Cinzano Vermuth, Spiced Brown Sugar Syrup, Bitters)||–|
|“ALCHEMIST’S SIDECAR” (Courvoisier VS Cognac, Cointreau, Lime Juice, Simple Syrup)||–|
|“CURATIVE PEACH COSMOPOLITAN” (Absolut Citron Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Cranberry Juice, Citrus)||–|
|“RESTORATIVE BASIL DROP” (Finlandia Vodka, Basil, Simple Syrup, Citrus)||–|
|“RADICAL CURE” (Tanqueray Gin, Lavender, Lime Juice, Maraschino Liqueur)||–|
|“MOSCOW MULE” (Ketel One Vodka, Lime Juice, Ginger beer)||–|
|“AN APPLE A DAY MARTINI” (Van Gogh Vodka, Sour Apple Schnapps)||–|
|“MARTINI SEDUCTION” (Orange Vodka, Red Passion Fruit Nectar, Lime Juice)||–|
|“FRENCH KISS” (Sweet Cruzan Vanilla Rum, Chambord, Korbel, Lime)||–|
|“THE DEAL CLOSER” (Cruzan Vanilla Rum, Amaretto Disaronno, Baileys, Dark Creme de Cacao, Chocolate)||–|
|“REVIVED UP MOJITO MARTINI” (Beefeater Gin, Cinzano Dry Vermouth, Simple Syrup, Lime Juice, Mint leaves)||–|
|“THE PERFECT STORM” (Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, Cruzan White Rum, Strawberry Puree, Rosemary Spring, Lime)||–|
|“INVIGORATING MINT MARTINI” (Tanqueray Gin, Cinzano Dry Vermouth, Simple Syrup, Citrus, Mint leaves)||–|
|“SPICY CHIPOTLE PINEAPPLE MARTINI” (Finlandia Vodka, Chipotle Pineapple Syrup, Pineapple Juice, Simple Syrup, Mint leaves)||–|
|“FORTY IS THE NEW TWENTY” (Pama Pomegranate Liqueur, SKYY Vodka, Cranberry Juice, Citrus)||–|
|“CUCUMBER SUNRISE” (Absolut Vodka, Watermelon Nectar, Muddled Cucumber, Lime Juice, Orange Juice)||–|
|“THE YOUTHFUL & BOLD BERRITINI” (Finlandia Cranberry Vodka, St Germian Elderflower Liqueur, Strawberries, Lime Juice, Soda)||–|
|“THE ANTIOXIDANT” (Finlandia Mango Vodka, Aperol, Tangerine, Lime Juice, Orange Juice)||–|
Carnival’s Beer prices
- $5.50 (16oz) and $28.95 (a tube of 101 oz) for “Modelo Especial”, “Dos Equis”, “Presidente”, “FROG’S PINT” (20 oz)
- The Carnival’s Thirsty Red Frog beer price is: $5.50 (20 oz), $15.75 (60 oz), $25.75 (101 oz).
|$18||(4-pack) Buckler Non-Alcoholic|
|$22||(4-pack) Amstel, Stella Artois, Becks, Corona, Corona Light, Bass Ale, Heineken, Heineken Light, Molson, Pilsner Urquell, Dos Equis|
|$25||(4-pack) Blue Moon, Bud Light, Bud Light Lime, Budwiser, Coors Light, Michelob Ultra, Miller Light|
|$26||(4-pack) Mikes Hard Lemonade, Smirnoff Ice|
|$27||(4-pack) Boddingtons, Grolsch, Guinness Pub Draught.|
|$6.25||Bud Lite Lime (16oz)|
|$5.95||Bottled Beers (16oz)
|$5.75||Bottled Beer (16oz)
|$4.95||Bottled Beers (12oz)
|$3.95||Non-Alcoholic Beer – Buckler (12oz)|
Carnival cruise souvenir glasses prices
(all cruise long refills with frozen cocktails at discounted prices)
|32oz “Bikini Yard” glass (refills at $18.95)||$22.75|
|28oz “Twister” glass (refills at $16.95)||$19.75|
|19oz “Yard” glass (refills at $10.95)||$12.75|
|16oz “Fun” glass (refills at $7.25)||$9.75|
|“Monkey Head”, Puffer Fish” & “Whale Tail” glasses (all available for purchasing only on the 1st day as DOD – Drink of the Day – promo), total cost $14.95 (with a $8.95 cocktail)||$6.00|
|“Pitchers of Spiked Lemonade (48oz, with Skyy Vodka)||$24.95|
|“Pirate’s Skull” (take glass home + $10)||$14.95|
|“Souvenir Disco Ball glass with Rum Punch Fever”||$12.95|
Carnival alcoholic beverages prices
|Alcohol Brands (since June 2013)||Drink prices per glass||Fun Shop alcohol prices per bottle|
Carnival mixed drinks prices – COCKTAILS – FROZENS – SHOOTERS – DAIQUIRIS – MOJITOS
|Red’s Rum Treasure (16oz)||$10.95|
|Carnival Cosmo, Long Island, Margarita Miracle; Limoncello Martini (Cucina del Capitano)||$8.95|
|The Superstar, Perfect Harmony, Mango Mojito, The Rock Star Margarita, Patron Ablaze, Spicy Mix, Cali Sound, Jager-Rita, Long Island Iced Tea, Bloody Mary, DJ, Turn-Table, The Clubber, Souvenir Disco Ball, The Cruiser, Mojito, Mai Tai, Sex On The Beach, Royal Flush, Beachcomber, Red’s Remedy, Rum Runner Jumper, Frog’s Island Iced Tea, Dirty Mojito, Ting Mojito; Americano (Cucina del Capitano, Stolichnaya vodka)||$8.75|
|“The Fun Ship” drink price for a 15oz souvenir glass (refill the glass for $6,75)||$7.50|
|The Twilight Zone, Miami Vice, Dirty Banana, Mudside, Rum Runner, Frozen Cappuccino, Mango Swirl, Hurricane Wave, Kiss on the Lips, Mocha Chocolate Getaway, Shade-Ade, Caribbean Colada, Mango Magic, Blue’s Blue Margarita, Mimosa, Red’s Strawberry Daiquiri (non-alcoholic for $4,75)||$7.25|
|Peach Bellini (Cucina del Capitano, Prosecco)||$6.75|
|The Red Temptation, Spicey Love Song, Kamikaze, Woo Woo (discounted 4 for $20), Electronic, Pop, Hip Pop, Rock||$5.95|
|Daiquiri (Banana, Strawberry, Mango, Pina Colada, Raspberry, Lemonade, Peach, Hurricane)||$5.25|
|Tiramisu, Appletini, Pomtini, Saketini, Cosmopolitan, Bluemoon, Beautiful Girl, Red Rocker||$8.95|
|Baileys, Cointreau, Chambord||$6.50||$70|
|Sour Apple Pucker, Triple Sec, Cinzano/Vermouth, Creme De Banana/De Cacao/De Menthe Green||$4.75||$45|
|Drambuie, Grand Marnier, Jagermeister, Limoncello||$6.50||$75|
|Frangelico, Kahlua, Sambuca, Southern Comfort, Tia Maria||$5.50||$65|
|Three Olives, Ketel One, Grey Goose||$7.50||$85|
|Stolichnaya, Smirnoff, Finlandia, ABSOLUT||$6.50||$75|
BLENDS – SINGLE MALT – WHISKEY – SCOTCH – BOURBON prices
|Canadian Club Whiskey, Jim Beam, Seagram’s 7||$5.75||$70|
|Chivas, Glenmorangie, Johnny Walker Black, Glenfiddich 12||$7.95||$85|
|Crown Royal, Dewar’s White, Jameson, Jack Daniels Black||$6.95||$75|
|Beefeater, Slow Gin||$5.50||$65|
|Appleton, Bacardi, Gosling’s, Malibu Coconut||$6.50||$75|
|Captain Morgan Spiced||$6.50||$80|
|Brandy, Sherry/Campari, Schnapps (Hiram, Peppermint), Pernod||4.75||$45|
|Remy Martin VSOP||$9.25||$90|
Mini Bar price list
(prices not inclusive of 15% tips)
Mini Bar liquor
|Chivas Regal (scotch)||$7.50|
|Courvoisier VSOP (cognac)||$7|
|Bacardi (rum), Absolut (vodka)||$5.75|
|Canadian Club (whisky)||$5.50|
Mini Bar beer
|Amstel Light, Beck’s, Heineken||$4.95|
Mini Bar soft drinks (soda/water)
|Natural Spring Water (1,5L)||$3.95|
|Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, Orange Juice, Tonic Water||$1.95|
Carnival cruise Martini tasting
- The Carnival “Martini tasting” deal will cost you $17 per person.
Bringing Alcohol On A Disney Cruise
If you’re planning on bringing alcohol on a Disney cruise and want to bring or sneak alcohol on here is the Disney Cruise alcohol policy.
Alcohol is permitted on board. However, any fragile items (including alcoholic beverages) must be hand-carried on board in the carry-on of an adult Guest – age 21 or older (dimensions can’t exceed 22″ wide, 14″ high and 9″ deep).
Alcohol brought on board may not be consumed in any lounge or public area.
Guests who arrive in the dining room, including Palo and Remy, with a bottle of champagne or wine will be charged a corking fee of $20.00 per bottle.
Please be advised: Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to remove fragile items (including beverages) from checked luggage. In such cases, items will be stored and returned at the end of the voyage. Beverage containers are considered fragile and have previously caused damage in checked luggage. All fragile items must be transported inside carry-on luggage.
You now know all about the Disney Cruise alcohol policy.
If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
By Derek Burton
Here is a list of concert venues that allow you to take in at least one factory sealed water bottle therefore letting you sneak alcohol into a concert at that venue using Camo Caps. If you know of any others please let us know so we can continue to update this list.
If you’re planning on going to Bonnaroo this year you’ve obviously thought about your budget for liquor. It can get pricey really quick buying liquor at the bar. If you’re looking to save some money this year try sneaking alcohol into Bonnaroo with Camo Caps. It’s a fool proof way to bring alcohol through the gates. All you need are some water bottles, clear alcohol and Camo Caps. By removing the original cap and resealing with a Camo Cap your water bottles will look like they’ve never been opened or tampered with and you’ll be able to sneak alcohol into Bonnaroo with no problems. We have hundreds of happy customers each year that smuggle alcohol into Bonnaroo with Camo Caps and water bottles. Don’t waste your money this year and sneak alcohol into the Bonnaroo music festival with Camo Caps.
If you’re planning on hitting up the Sasquatch music festival this year you’ve obviously thought about your alcohol budget. The money you spend at the bar buying alcohol can spiral out of control quickly. If you’re looking to save a few bucks this year try sneaking alcohol into Sasquatch with Camo Caps. It’s a fool proof way to bring liquor through the gates. All you need are some water bottles, clear alcohol and Camo Caps. By removing the manufacturers cap and resealing with a Camo Cap your water bottles will look like they’ve never been opened or tampered with and you’ll be able to sneak alcohol into Sasquatch with no problems. We have hundreds of happy customers each year that smuggle alcohol into Sasquatch with Camo Caps and water bottles. Don’t waste your money this year and sneak alcohol into Sasquatch with Camo Caps.
If you’re planning on going to Jazz Fest in New Orleans this year you’ve obviously thought about your alcohol budget. It can get out of control really quickly paying for liquor at the bar. If you’re looking to save some money this year try sneaking alcohol into Jazz Fest with Camo Caps. It’s a fool proof way to bring alcohol through the gates. All you need are some water bottles, clear alcohol and Camo Caps. By removing the factory cap and resealing with a Camo Cap your water bottles will look like they’ve never been opened or tampered with and you’ll be able to smuggle alcohol into Jazz Fest with no problems. We have hundreds of happy customers each year that sneak alcohol into Jazz Fest with Camo Caps and water bottles. Don’t waste your money this year and sneak alcohol into Jazz Fest with Camo Caps.
If you are planning on bringing alcohol on a Princess cruise here is the Princess Cruise alcohol policy.
In accordance with Princess Cruise Alcohol Policy passengers agree not to bring alcoholic beverages of any kind on board for consumption except one bottle of wine or champagne per person of drinking age (no larger than 750 ml) per voyage only in his/her carry-on luggage. A corkage fee of $15.00 U.S.D. per bottle (which is subject to change without notice) will be applied to wine and champagne brought aboard by You and consumed in the ship’s public areas. Any wine(s) or champagne(s) supplied by the Carrier to You as a gift are not subject to a corkage fee. At embarkation, all luggage will be scanned for suspected alcohol in excess of the one bottle policy as provided herein. Your luggage will undergo a secondary inspection by a security team operating under CCTV (closed circuit surveillance) or in the event your luggage is locked, You will be notified and are required to attend the secondary inspection where any alcohol found in violation of the one bottle policy will be removed and discarded. Princess Cruise Alcohol Policy shall not be responsible for any loss, cost, disappointment or damage of any kind as a result of any alcoholic beverages removed in violation of the one bottle policy. According to Princess cruises alcohol policy you agree to surrender alcoholic beverages that are purchased duty free from the ship’s gift shop, or at ports of call, to Carrier, which will be delivered to Your stateroom on the last night of the voyage.
You now know all about the Princess cruise alcohol policy so check out Camo Caps and sneak alcohol on board your next cruise.