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Carnival Cruise Line Begins 48-Hour Sale

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When Carnival does a 48-hour sale then it usually means cruisers have a chance to get a better cruise deal than usual. In this case, Carnival Cruise Line is offering very low rates and onboard credit for select sailings and the promotion will run until August 8 at 11:59 PM. Let’s get into the details below:

The cruise line has rates starting from $299 on select sailings through Winter 2017. The short sale also includes up to $25 of onboard credit per room. The credit can be used on the ships Sail & Sign account.

The 48-hour cruise sale started today and you’ll have to be really on it to take full advantage of these great savings from Carnival. Many ships in the fleets are included in the promotion along with plenty of itineraries.

Always check the terms and conditions before booking and keep an eye on Cruise Hive for more ways to save money and cruise deals.

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