Cruise NewsCarnival Raising Price on Bottomless Bubbles Program

Carnival Raising Price on Bottomless Bubbles Program

Carnival Cruise Line is raising the price on their Bottomless Bubbles Program beginning on May 25, 2017.

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The Bottomless Bubbles Program gives Carnival passengers unlimited soft drinks and select juices throughout their cruises.  The price beginning May 25, 2017 will be $7.50 per day for adults and $4.95 for children 17 years and younger, plus 15% gratuity. This is an increase of $1 per day for each adult, the price for children is staying the same. The package must be purchased for the duration of the cruise.  The price has been updated in Carnival’s help section on their website.

The Bottomless Bubbles Package includes the following:

  • Soft drinks: Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Caffeine Free Coke, Sprite, Sprite Zero, Orange Fanta, Mr. Pibb, Barqs Root Beer, Tonic Water, Club Soda, Ginger Ale
  • Juices: Orange Juice, Cranberry Juice, Tomato Juice, Pineapple Juice, Grapefruit Juice

Passengers who purchase the Bottomless Bubbles Program will receive a sticker on their Sign & Sail Card. One beverage serving, per sticker, will be served at a time.  There is a five minute wait between ordering drinks.

Soft drinks are served by the glass (16 ounces); juices are served by the glass (10 ounces).

The program is non-transferable and may not be shared. Guests or family members who would like to enjoy soft drinks through this program must purchase their own sticker.

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Cruise NewsCarnival Raising Price on Bottomless Bubbles Program


  1. 16oz my rear. On my cruise the bar tenders were pouring from a 12oz can and didnt want to give me the can after they poured my glass even though there was still some left in the can. This has got to be a huge money maker for them; i drink quite a bit when i eat but this 5 min rule was a serious pain. I kept having to get up during my meal to get another soda. Might be worth it to just buy them individually to avoid the hassle.

  2. We never paid $6.95 for it so why do you think we’d pay $7.50 for it? Dummy…yeah
    I can buy a 24pack for $6. No one can drink a 24pack every day for a week. Dummy…yeah

  3. Carnival needs to install fountain drink stations for soda instead of relying on their passengers going up to a bar, getting a warm van poured over glass.

    It’s not very convenient as your fighting for attention from other passengers at the bar, and the quality isn’t great after warm soda melts the ice. Maybe with so the money they ate investing in the wearable Medallions, they can make it limited to just that one person authorized by the chip. *shrugs*

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