Credit cards

Does any use CruiseLine credit cards? Are they worth using?

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Think hard about doing that...you may be disappointed in the so-called "advantages".. There are a number of different cards where you actually come out way ahead. Several responses in this thread discuss that very subject. We cruise NCL a lot (by my standards anyway) and never felt the need to get one of "their" cards.

Thank you. So far I have not seen enough for me to get one of theirs. I have a Cabela's card for personal stuff which is nice because it seems like I get stuff from there all the time. We have a couple different ones for the business that gives us points towards gift cards from a lot of different places which we use on different things based on our current needs. I guess we will continue to do that and use the cash we would have spent on the other things for the cruises.

Being smart with $$ is its own reward. It doesn't care how you spend it...or blow it...Few years back we "discovered" what 2% of virtually EVERYTHING added up to in a year or two. As long as you can pay the balance off monthly (which is a load I know) you wind up with all kinds of free stuff....on THEIR dime. good luck!

Here's one suggestion. Look carefully at a card's benefits and how much you need to spend to get it. Make sure the benefit is really something you would buy if you had to spend cash. Then calculate the percentage back. If it's less than 2%,then you would be better off with the Citi double cash card

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