Check out the Carnival Cruise Deals Page for a ton of cruises starting around $250. Carnival has low prices and although the ships are not overall as high tech as it’s main competitors, the value is there. I haven’t been on a Carnival cruise in about 4 years, but I remember the food and drinks were good and it was a good time. Actually better than I recently had on Royal Caribbean‘s Anthem of the Seas.
Get 7,500 additional Membership Rewards points one-time by using your enrolled Card to make a single purchase of $350+ at carnival.com or at 1-800-764-7419 by 7/31/2018. See terms for exclusions.
Excludes Holland America, Princess Cruises, Seabourn and Cunard brands.
Excludes purchases made onboard cruise ships and purchases via mobile app. Excludes single and group shore excursions, weddings and occasions, meetings, charters, airport transportation, Fly2Fun, in-room gifts and shopping add-ons, and The Fun Shops.
Not valid for gift card purchases.
This is a great offer if you have upcoming plans to take a cruise. The discount if you can get as close to $350 offers you a better than 20%. Always nice to see new Amex Offers and they’ve had a few good ones recently. Carnival has some very reasonable priced cruises and I didn’t see a sail by date. You could always book this and cancel later on if you are unable to make the trip. Also, since booking through their call center is included in this offer you should be able to split payment.
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