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Carnival Cruise Line has Launched a New Way to Pay for Cruises

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Known as Carnival EasyPay, the new payment option will let cruisers pay for their cruise over a three-month basis and being charged interest-free automatically each month. This is a similar monthly installment program which is used online and in stores on land.

Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, said:

“A Carnival cruise is already the most affordable and value-packed vacation there is and with Carnival EasyPay we’re making budgeting and paying for a cruise even easier and more convenient”

“Rather than having to remember to pay for their cruise, Carnival EasyPay provides guests with peace of mind knowing that their payment is being processed automatically. Carnival EasyPay certainly lives up to its name!”

Guests must make a required deposit on their cruise fare to be eligible for Carnival EasyPay.   Additionally, the deposit due date must be at least 90 days before the final payment date.  The first installment is charged to guests’ credit card 30 days from the date of the deposit with two additional monthly installments thereafter.  While Carnival EasyPay is available at no cost, guests are responsible for any interest charges by their credit card provider.

Carnival EasyPay Explained In Video

Guests are prompted to select Carnival EasyPay in the “How Would You Like to Pay” section of carnival.com when ready to make payment on their booking.  Guests can also sign up for or cancel Carnival EasyPay after the initial deposit is made by visiting the “Manage My Booking” tab on carnival.com.

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