CD Sales

CD Sales

Postby TommyV » Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:16 am

Good morning all,

I used Mr Searchy, but nothing popped up...

Do the artists bring CDs to sell?

If so, is there a central store or is there a specific location at each venue?

Thanks.

Tom
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Re: CD Sales

Postby blinker boy » Mon Jan 16, 2012 9:34 am

there is a merchandise store where all CD, shirts, etc are sold, open at specific times, (quite often)
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Re: CD Sales

Postby legendary office » Mon Jan 16, 2012 2:05 pm

Most of the artists will bring cd's on-board to sell. You'll want to look for the Bluesin' Bazaar which will be located on the Promenade Deck (deck 3). Store hours will be printed in the Daily Sheets and you'll see flyers posted around the ship as well.

See ya in a few days!!!!
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Re: CD Sales

Postby TommyV » Mon Jan 16, 2012 3:48 pm

Perfect...

Thanks for the replies!
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Re: CD Sales

Postby billclinton (Mark) » Mon Jan 16, 2012 7:19 pm

And keep your eyes open in the elevators and around for flyers listing special artist in attendance times at the Bazaar. A couple of extra signatures and a word with new or favorite artists is never a waste. Bring your new CD jacket to the autograph party. Elevators are not just for power naps anymore!

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Re: CD Sales

Postby 2bluescats » Mon Jan 16, 2012 10:25 pm

Quite often artists go to the LRBC store and do signings right after their show during store hours......they usually announce that during their show. It usually gives you a more relaxed visit than the Autograph Party too.
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Re: CD Sales

Postby Lenny & Gypsy Bee » Tue Jan 17, 2012 5:26 am

So, the next question is...cash or ship card when buying the artist's t-shirts, CD's, etc.?
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Re: CD Sales

Postby billclinton (Mark) » Tue Jan 17, 2012 7:59 am

Shipcard. Money is kept in your cabin's safe. Money is for shore, not used for daily, shipboard life. Except, maybe, the casino. It's conceivable, you'd only need money to tip the cabin boy when you arrive and when you depart.
And if you misplace/lose your card, hightail it down to the ship's office, and they will gladly replace (both) of your cards, disabling the lost one. This office is also the lost and found, which turns up a lot of stuff, sometimes a couple of days later, even. The courteous staff are very consistent with returning your card. Though sometimes it's hard to be handed your fresh drink, a card, and then sign your receipt. I usually have a camera dangling, too. I understand it's just me. But I'm gonna claim the Ship made me do it!

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