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Carnival Cruise Line $200 Gift Card (Email Delivery) for $185 @ Newegg

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Carnival Cruise Line $200 Gift Card (Email Delivery) for $185
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The Carnival Gift Card is a pre-paid gift card similar to a gift certificate that can be used as payment toward a cruise booking on any of our ships*, pre-purchased shore excursion, spa experience or toward your onboard spending account.
Limit: 3

Q: Can I redeem a Carnival Gift Card as payment toward an existing booking?
A: Yes. Payment is accepted on carnival.com, GoCCL.com or by calling 1-800-CARNIVAL. The Carnival gift card may also be redeemed toward the guest Sail and Sign once the cardholder embarks a Carnival ship for their cruise vacation experience.

Wondering how much is left on your gift card? Go online to http://carnival.ourgiftcards.com, Manage My Gift Cards and enter your gift card number.

FYI - I received the gift cards via email in about 30 minutes after purchase. Your results may vary.
Order from the link below.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1

More Carnival Bonuses:
If you own 100 shares or more of Carnival CCL or CUK you are entitled to a shareholder benefit of $50 - $250 dollars in on board credit depending upon the length of the cruise. For more information:
http://www.carnivalcorp.com/phoen...arebenefit

Apply for the no fee Carnival Credit Card for Points that will allow you to redeem for gift cards or discounts. Credit Card Link:
https://cards.barclaycardus.com/c...rcard.html

All these benefits do add up!!

FYI - I am cruising out May 20, 2018

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Can the gift card be used on Carnival's other lines like Holland America or Princess?
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Can the gift card be used on Carnival's other lines like Holland America or Princess?
Unfortunately, No - the Carnival Gift Card can only be used on Carnival Cruise Line.
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AARP rewards is free to join and they offer the carnival gift cards at 10% off. Either $100 for $90 or $500 for $450...

https://www.aarp.org/rewards-for-good/
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AARP rewards is free to join and they offer the carnival gift cards at 10% off. Either $100 for $90 or $500 for $450...

https://www.aarp.org/rewards-for-good/
Came here to post this, AARP is definitely the best deal right now. I'm keeping an eye out to see if there are any more deals to help pay for the CHEERS program for my cruise.
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AARP rewards is free to join and they offer the carnival gift cards at 10% off. Either $100 for $90 or $500 for $450...

https://www.aarp.org/rewards-for-good/
I was just about to post this. It is cheaper to buy through AARP Rewards for Good. Free to join for any age. You just have to take little quizzes to accumulate points to get the discount.
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Certain CB sites were offering 10% CB for cruises booked through Expedia recently. It's 7% now, but for the whole cost of the cruise, it seems to make more sense to book thru Expedia rather than direct with the cruiseline using a GC.
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Thanks! Wife and I are cruising next Saturday. Saves us some money!
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Certain CB sites were offering 10% CB for cruises booked through Expedia recently. It's 7% now, but for the whole cost of the cruise, it seems to make more sense to book thru Expedia rather than direct with the cruiseline using a GC.
TCB still has 10% from priceline cruises.
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carnival cruise lines...... yuck
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hahahaha You're kidding right? As someone who has lived in FL ~25 years and taken many cruises, I wouldn't step foot on a Carnival cruise if I had to pay over 100 bucks. It's like an older, dirtier, more surly version of Spirit Airlines on the ocean.

BS. From someone who has lived here longer than you. Though what living here has a flea's reason to do with it I have no idea.
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I was just about to post this. It is cheaper to buy through AARP Rewards for Good. Free to join for any age. You just have to take little quizzes to accumulate points to get the discount.
Allstate as well. I could not get set up on AARP for some reason, so went with Allstate. It is a bit of a trick to get signed up without being an actual customer, but it's 'legal' and doable. Both places seem to occasionally have no GC availability, so plan ahead... but it's easy to accrue the points to get the 10% discount.

I think I was able to pick up 16,000 points on day one with Allstate by doing the newbie videos and walking back through the Cruise Critic thread to enter all the current codes. They also send a code about once a week for 1,000 points but sometimes more. It's easy to accrue enough points for the 10% discount on 1000s of dollars worth of GCs over the course of a year. As I said, no experience with AARP but it's popular on Cruise Critic.



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TCB still has 10% from priceline cruises.
I assume this is on the full cost, not just the initial payment?

I wonder if it's possible to use Priceline via TCB, then make payments with discounted GCs to effectively get 19% off?

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