Carnival Cruise Gift Cards

Our local grocery store gives 4x fuel points frequently when you purchase gift cards.  This usually results in up to a dollar off per gallon of gas,  I noticed recently that they are selling Carnival Cruise gift Cards which can be purchased for $5 - $500 and used toward virtually anything cruise related.

This might be a good deal for those of you who cruise Carnival and shop the Kroger brand of stores (Smiths, Ralphs, etc.) If you are buying cruise credit anyway, might as well save money on gas ....

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Sounds like a no-brainer (yes) decision. A win-win!

I shop more upscale than Kroger.... I prefer  Harris Teeter... but thanks Deb.. Happy   Hope you are feeling better too.Happy

My local grocery store (Publix also sells the Carnival Gift Cards but they are starting out at $100.  

I just e mailed NCL to see if they intend to offer gift cards via other outlets.  Currently you have to order them directly from NCL

A savings anywhere is always nice.  Thanks, Debbie!

We can't get the gift cards up here. Sad

Crying Not good!  No thumbs up for this!

I agree. Next time we go down to Seattle, I'll look in the stores like Publix to see if they have any. 

I agree. Next time we go down to Seattle, I'll look in the stores like Publix to see if they have any. 

Just got off the phone with NCL.  Love their customer service.  Anyway, my e mail and info will be forwarded to ......someone.    Had a discussion that will also be forwarded.   Maybe something will come of this, who knows ?   

My thoughts are even if they placed them on displays in stores in cities with cruise ports, they would generate income.  NY, Boston, etc.    People would be more than happy to pick up gift cards as a way of saving for a cruise, or on board purchases.  People like us who like to use cash, would love to buy a $50 or $100 card every month prior to a booked cruise.  It would ease the final expense payment on the ship. 

The other option is to purchase them month by month, and use them towards the purchase of a cruise.  We could give them to friends, and vice versa.  I'll keep you all updated on the developments regarding this.

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