Upgrade email?

I just got an email from Carnival that I quality for an upgrade. I'm 34 days out. Is this normal? I'm a little wary about it. The email had my booking number, but when I select, it wants me to put in a credit card number. I've already paid in full for everything. I don't want to get screwed with a scam. Thoughts? You think this is okay?

14 Answers

Usually the upgrade emails are okay, I got one and did it online. They needed my credit card number to bill me for the upgrade. I'm happy you did it, you and your daughter are going to have a wonderful time.

It sounds ligit but why not call and give the CC # if you wish to upgrade over the phone. This way YOU are making the contact. We get these emails all the time shortly before sailing. Our TA also emails these offers to us. They are less expensive than if you took the higher category upfront. I rarely do the upgrade but others jump on them.

Heres to hoping that the upgrade fairy is offering you a good one

I wonder if the OP decided to get the upgrade. We didn't hear back...

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