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    I know you can get refillable mugs at WDW but, do BG or SW or US do something similar?

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    You know? I don't know! I guess I've never bought drinks there. Plus, I really don't go to those parks often enough to really know them well.

    I do like Sea World a lot. Used to have an AP for there. Would like to have one again. It's a beautiful park.






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    US and IOA have refillable drink mugs. There are 2 ways you can get one.

    1. If you purchase the AYCE meal deal, you can also purchase a mug for $8.99 for that day ONLY. You get FREE unlimited refills all day. We shared one mug this past trip instead of buying 3.

    2. You can also buy a souveneir mug for about $7. You can then purchase a refill for $.69 cents plus tax. So it's roughly 75 cents for refills. We have also used this throughout our stay on several days. In fact, I have seen people bring the old mugs back and wish I had done so as well.

    BG in Williamsburg offers a refillable mug. I think it's roughly the same price as option #2. I imagine BG in Tampa would have the same deal and possibly Sea World too since they are all owned by the same company.







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    Thanks Johnie :thumbs_up:
    Does it become a pain having to carry the mugs around all day when they're empty?

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    Not really, I just put mine in my backpack. I think they might sell straps so you could wear it. I think that would be a pain.







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    They do the coolest shaped mugs and stuff there too, spongebob, and cool characters like that

    There was a fake-diamond encrusted one themed like the mummy that was pretty cool.
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