Senior cocktails info

Quick ‘n dirty:

  • Senior pass includes 2 cocktails in the fall, 2 in the spring, and 3 events during senior week.
  • They cost $190.
  • You can only buy half-passes if you’re ‘07.5 or ‘08.5.
  • Half-passes cost $120 and include 2 cocktails (either fall or spring) and the 3 senior week events.
  • You can buy guest passes for cocktails as well as senior week events.
  • The ONLY WAY to get passes for individual events is if you go as a guest.
  • Guests must be 21+ with a legit ID.
  • Guest passes are $40 cash per event.
  • Each senior is only allowed 1 guest, and it can’t be transferred to other people.

You can buy passes this Friday (tomorrow) at Usdan between 4:30-6:30pm if you haven’t already. They’ll also be on sale at the first cocktail on the 25th.

Hope that clarifies some things…

Signed,
Xue, underage until Spring semester, and thus doomed.

18 thoughts on “Senior cocktails info

  1. Estrella

    a little info based on last year:snr week events are senior fun day (BBQ, pool, mini-golf, bungee- amusements, rock-climbing, open bar beer/win), the semi-formal (dinner + open bar [not just wine and beer although I think that might have been because if we met a certain level of senior gift-giving dougie b threw us some extra cash for cocktails) and a “bonus” cocktails.The reason the guest price appears to be cheaper than getting the pass is because the events during senior week are way more expensive than normal cocktails, the semi-formal is probably going to be $80, and fun-day/bonus cocktails $50. Just a guess based on last year’s numbers. Also, though the price may seem steep remember its not just for 2 drinks + free-flowing beer and wine, it also covers the buses, the DJ, the venue and paying the inevitable damage that drunken seniors cause to these venues. If memory serves the price you pay is actually only part of what snr cocktails cost, they also get money from the SBC.I went to all the cocktails and senior week events and recommend it, but that’s just me. Someone make sure that the mid-spring cocktails is not the day that theses are due. that was just so stupid.

  2. Estrella

    a little info based on last year:snr week events are senior fun day (BBQ, pool, mini-golf, bungee- amusements, rock-climbing, open bar beer/win), the semi-formal (dinner + open bar [not just wine and beer although I think that might have been because if we met a certain level of senior gift-giving dougie b threw us some extra cash for cocktails) and a “bonus” cocktails.The reason the guest price appears to be cheaper than getting the pass is because the events during senior week are way more expensive than normal cocktails, the semi-formal is probably going to be $80, and fun-day/bonus cocktails $50. Just a guess based on last year’s numbers. Also, though the price may seem steep remember its not just for 2 drinks + free-flowing beer and wine, it also covers the buses, the DJ, the venue and paying the inevitable damage that drunken seniors cause to these venues. If memory serves the price you pay is actually only part of what snr cocktails cost, they also get money from the SBC.I went to all the cocktails and senior week events and recommend it, but that’s just me. Someone make sure that the mid-spring cocktails is not the day that theses are due. that was just so stupid.

  3. Estrella

    a little info based on last year:

    snr week events are senior fun day (BBQ, pool, mini-golf, bungee- amusements, rock-climbing, open bar beer/win), the semi-formal (dinner + open bar [not just wine and beer although I think that might have been because if we met a certain level of senior gift-giving dougie b threw us some extra cash for cocktails) and a “bonus” cocktails.

    The reason the guest price appears to be cheaper than getting the pass is because the events during senior week are way more expensive than normal cocktails, the semi-formal is probably going to be $80, and fun-day/bonus cocktails $50. Just a guess based on last year’s numbers. Also, though the price may seem steep remember its not just for 2 drinks + free-flowing beer and wine, it also covers the buses, the DJ, the venue and paying the inevitable damage that drunken seniors cause to these venues. If memory serves the price you pay is actually only part of what snr cocktails cost, they also get money from the SBC.

    I went to all the cocktails and senior week events and recommend it, but that’s just me. Someone make sure that the mid-spring cocktails is not the day that theses are due. that was just so stupid.

  4. Anonymous

    How does it make sense that guest tickets are cheaper than the breakdown of the pass?? This is absurd. No way am I going. A $40 open bar?? fuck that.

  5. Anonymous

    How does it make sense that guest tickets are cheaper than the breakdown of the pass?? This is absurd. No way am I going. A $40 open bar?? fuck that.

  6. Anonymous

    How does it make sense that guest tickets are cheaper than the breakdown of the pass?? This is absurd. No way am I going. A $40 open bar?? fuck that.

  7. Anonymous

    1. I need to know more about this “guest” thing.2. What are these senior week events?-Janie

  8. Anonymous

    1. I need to know more about this “guest” thing.2. What are these senior week events?-Janie

  9. annalisa

    also known as “now they won’t even be getting the money from me for a single senior cocktail because i refuse to shell out $190.”

  10. annalisa

    also known as “now they won’t even be getting the money from me for a single senior cocktail because i refuse to shell out $190.”

  11. annalisa

    also known as “now they won’t even be getting the money from me for a single senior cocktail because i refuse to shell out $190.”

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