Carnival Credit Card
Carnival Credit Card
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Accepted Credit Scores
Excellent Credit, Good Credit
Earn 20,000 points (valued at $200 in statement credits) after your first purchase or balance transfer.
Earn 2 points per $1 spent on Carnival Cruise Lines and World's Leading Cruise Lines purchases, and 1 point per $1 spent everywhere else.
Plus, earn 1 point for every $1 on balance transfers made within the first 30 days, up to a maximum of 5,000 points.
Redeem for statement credits toward any Carnival purchase, onboard experiences, and more. Redeem for gifts and amenities charged to Sail & Sign.
Get 10% back as a statement credit when you book a Carnival shore excursion on carnival.com prior to your cruise.
APR on Purchases
0% intro APR for 6 months, 17.99% - 27.99% (V) APR after that
0% intro APR for 12 months, 17.99% - 27.99% (V) APR after that
Balance Transfer Fee
Carnival Credit Card Pros & Cons
No membership fees
0% intro APR on purchases
0% intro APR on balance transfers
High rewards rate
Balance transfer fee
High regular APR
Requires good/excellent credit
Carnival Credit Card's Additional Info
|cash advance fee||5% (min $10)|
|cash advance APR||28.24% (V)|
|foreign transaction fee||0%|
|smart chip||Yes, chip-and-PIN|
|max late fee||$40|
|max overlimit fee||$0|
|max penalty APR||None|
|grace period||23 days|
0% APR for 6 months applies on all Qualifying Carnival Cruise Booking Purchases. Plus, enjoy a 0% intro APR for 12 months on all other purchases.
0% Introductory APR on balance transfers that post to your account within 45 days of account opening.
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