$200 Carnival Cruise eGift Card Only $185

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Plan on cruising this Summer? 

Hop on over to Newegg.com where you can score a $200 Carnival Cruise eGift Card for just $185 when you enter the promo code EMCTATC44 at checkout! Note that this gift card will be sent via email.

The Carnival Cruise 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 Carnival Cruise Line’s ships, online pre-purchases of shore excursions, spa experiences and Fun Shop gifts or toward your Sail & Sign onboard account.

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  1. Teresa

    Thank you again!!! This is the second one I have purchased 🙂
    Total savings from both purchases of $30.00!!!!!!!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh awesome! Happy you could score such great savings, Teresa! You’re very welcome!

      • TERESA

        Do you know how often they do this promotion? I am not cruising until October, so hopefully I will be able to get a couple of more 🙂

        • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

          I do not, however we’ll be sure to keep a lookout for future offers!

  2. Sandy

    We just came back from a carnival cruise where we bought 3 of these cards last time. Saved us $45!!! Definitely will use again 😀

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      SO cool! Thanks for the feedback, Sandy!

  3. mel

    Thank you!! We booked our first cruise last month and this will help me slowly pay my bill and save money too! Hope to see more of these in the next 9 months!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh perfect! We’ll be sure to keep a lookout! Hope you have a great trip!


    Thank you for this post! This is going to pay off our cruise balance with a little left over! Please keep posting deals like this!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! You bet! You’re SO welcome!

  5. Tracy

    Does anyone know how long it takes to receive the e-mail with the gift card?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Tracy! When checking the FAQ, it looks like it can take up to 2 days, however many receive it within a few hours. Hope that helps!

  6. Kadi

    Thank you so much!!! We love this deal! We bought $1200 in gift cards with the money we’ve been saving up!!!!! Now our cruise is halfway paid off. I’m hoping they’ll do it again before our final payment in November!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Woohoo! That’s awesome! You are SO welcome, Kadi! Hope you have a wonderful trip!

  7. Sara

    This is 7.5% off. You can get 9.41% – 10% getting them through the free AARP Rewards for Good program. You don’t have to be an AARP member. You get points for doing quizzes. You don’t have to get the right answers. I have done quizzes in English, and then again in Spanish. I got points both times. There is a 5,000 point limit per day. AARP members are supposed to get double points on quizzes, but they still have the same daily limit. You get 50 points for logging in. AARP members get 75 points for logging in. There is a webletter email each week with a code for 150 points. There is a 750 point bonus for signing up for an aarp. org account, a 750 point bonus for signing up for the webletter emails, 3,000 point ‘Welcome to Rewards for Good’ bonus, and another 500 point welcome bonus code. Sometimes non-AARP members get random double points on quizzes. Each gift card order you receive has a 1,000 point code in the envelope.

    Two $100 cards would be $181.18. Each $100 card is $90 with a $0.59 shipping fee per card (limit 5 per 24 hours). If they ever bring the e-cards back, two $100 cards would be $180. They also have $500 cards for $450 plus $0.59 per card for shipping (limit 2 per 24 hours). One card would be $450.59. That is 9.88% off. $100 cards are sent by USPS with no tracking number. They usually arrive about a week after you order them. You don’t need to sign for them. The $500 cards are sent by UPS, and you do have to sign for them. I have never ordered a $500 card. I don’t know if they come with a tracking number. If you use a Capital One card, make sure the billing address you give Rewards for Good is EXACTLY the same as what Capital One has on file. If Capital One has an apartment number on the first line, don’t put it on the second line. Don’t abbreviate if street/road/etc is spelled out. If there is a period after an abbreviation, use it. The order will likely be declined if the addresses don’t match.

    • Sara

      You use 1,000 points per $100 card and 5,000 points per $500 card.

  8. Sherry

    The promo codes are not working. Tried 2 different ones

    • Kelly Fairbank Neish

      I think it must be expired, tried this morning and says code not valid

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Bummer! Thanks for the heads up!

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