Sep 1, 2011

Carnival Cruise on Your Honeymoon

While planning your honeymoon, you might want to consider going on a Carnival Cruise. Take advantage of the carnival fun pass which is a booking procedure that is completely stress-free. Cruising is a great way to spend your honeymoon. You may want to sit by the pool and enjoy the never-ending buffet on a cruise. Carnival Cruises have a program that will offer you discount on cruises and stateroom upgrades. When you make your second cruise with Carnival, you are considered a gold member on their guest recognition program. You will receive an on board ship credit and invitations to various cocktail parties. This recognition also has a platinum membership and a milestone membership. Carnival cruise line also has a low price guarantee on all of their cruises and nobody can beat their prices. If you book your cruise 3 to 5 months early, you will receive up to a 20% discount. Carnival also has a price protection with this plan if you find another Carnival cruise with a cheaper price and they will match it for your satisfaction. Carnival does not charge any booking fees for any cruise. If you're looking for a stress-free honeymoon, contact Carnival Cruise Lines soon.

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