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Need a break from winter weather? Book a cruise! 🚢🏖☀

If you’re dreaming of warmer weather and have some flexibility in your schedule, you can score a great deal on last-minute cruises during Carnival’s Pack and Go Sale! Head on over to Expedia.com where you can choose from select sailings to several different warm-weather destinations.

Book by January 26th to get the best price and keep your eyes peeled for additional promotions. Select sailings come with 10% off your shore excursions and up to $1000 onboard credit when you book using your Mastercard!


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Check out these deals…

4 Night Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Victory (Miami round trip, departing on 2/24)
Book an interior cabin for two and get 10% off your shore excursions
Pay as little as $629 including taxes and fees!


4 Night Bahamas Cruise on Carnival Conquest (Miami round trip, departing on 3/30)
Book an interior cabin for two with your Mastercard and receive $50 Onboard Credit
Pay as little as $795 including taxes and fees!


7 Night Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Freedom (Galveston round trip, departing on 3/1)
Book an interior cabin for two and get 10% off your shore excursions, plus get $50 Onboard Credit when you pay with Mastercard
Pay as little as $1195 including taxes and fees!


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Comments 13

  1. madhusree

    Does anybody know how to insurance the trip for free cancellation ? Any credit card company tht does it?

    • Monica Frazier

      Possibly Barclay Arrival

      • amy1975

        And I think Chase Sapphire may be another for medical/emergency cancellations. I have one and didn’t use it to book. I had been paying monthly on the cruise for over a year!

    • amy1975

      I think trip insurance only covers medical and other cancellations such as a death in the family, etc and certain cards offer that benefit as well. Usually there are no refunds once the trip is 90/76/60 days out and if you don’t sail, all payments are lost. I didn’t get the insurance and someone in our group needed emergency orthopedic surgery. The cruise line (Norwegian) would not budge on any kind of refund or date change. The person went anyway and was able to enjoy the last few days of our 14 days cruise. Next time, I’ll be sure to pay the insurance as the first few days were miserable for all.

    • wah00153

      Chase offers a credit card for medical emergencies, as well as a few other reasons. Other companies do the same. You can buy insurance for ‘cancel for any reason’, but that still has a window on it, and depending on the window you may get up to 75% back. For our cruise (3 passengers, roughly $3,000), the ‘cancel for any reason’ insurance was about $300.

  2. Shoppingfan

    I cruise often & use tripinsurancestore.com. The team is great & we note that polices are based on the amount of your trip per person, destination, etc. You can see side by side quotes & also include multiple reasons. I always select cancel for any reason (work) because that’s what we need. I also have a pre-existing condition so we include that in our policy too. I’m a family of 4 & we now have 3 adults but have never paid more than $200 for insurance Check them out. I have insurance via my cards too but I prefer this for travel. We don’t need rental car or missed flight or several other features but they are available.

    • PrincessMom

      Thank you for the info, I will look into that for our next trip.

  3. Julie Sorenson

    Sorry to tell you but those are terrible prices! I have did 2 of the 3 exact cruises same ships and same ports with an ocean view for a lot less than that. If you book way in advance you get a lot better prices. I sailed in an ocean view cabin with port fees included for $100/night or less.

    • Julie Sorenson

      is for 2 people? That’s not clear? If it’s for 2 people it’s not a terrible price. Usually Carnival has the price broken down to per person.

      • Kay

        In the post, they all say “cabin for two.” I luv cruising n have only done so through Carnival. It’s not high-end, but I don’t need any more that what Carnival offers (for all ages). I have enjoyed 4 trips with them so far n look forward to more.

    • Shoppingfan

      That’s more true from Cruising out of Miami. Out of Galveston you never see pp prices less than $374. We are also on the list for last min sailings & still only get $350 as the lowest price so they can sell all cabins. Galveston is one of the most expensive ports but works for us since we live less than 40mins from it, no airfare, etc to worry about. You can also get better deals going directly to Carnival. There are sales every other week!

    • Frugal

      Booking early definitely gets you great deals. And also gets you their “lowest price guarantee.” We leave for a 5 night out of Galveston (for 4 people) February 22. I paid $1182 (without gratuities.). That was at least 6 months ago though. Plus if the price for my my category room gets lower, you just call or email and they give you the difference as an on board credit.

    • PrincessMom

      I was thinking the same. We book up to a year in advance and I can’t usually beat those rates with these last minute “deals.” Also, they tend to claim it’s “X amount off” but I never seem to see the cruises actually selling for the quoted “original price.”

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