I took your question to mean that each of you has your own Sail Card backed by your own credit card (you can set this up at embarkation).
If that is the case then you will get two bills under your door the last night. One for each of you and then you don't have to worry about settling up between you.
Most of the ships will let you access you statements from your cabin TV. We will either check our bill there or ask the customer service desk for a print out early the day before disembarking. That way if you have a dispute, yo can settle it early and avoid the huge line that begins to form in the afternoon of the last day.
We also make any payments to our account (from cash we didn't use or money won in the casino.) so that we don't have such a huge hit to our credit card...
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Thanks for your help, Jim. I love the slots I just hope the slots are loose. If I should win anything, I will use those winning to pay on my account.....but I'm not going to rely on that. Sometimes you win some and most of the time I lose some.
Funny thing about casinos, they always seem to turn a big fat profit. If I give them a lot of money, they will let me win a little money.
Ken, I've quit pretending I'm ever gonna win money (overall) in a casino. I like to play and the expense is the cost of the entertainment. Whether its on a ship or dry land the house is the winner, we're just the participants.
Gambling is kinda like a ham and egg breakfast. There are those like the chicken who participate in the process and those like the pig who a fully comitted! I try not to be the pig.