Carnival Cruise Line has launched OpenFun Sweepstakes where there is a chance to win a free cruise on Carnival Horizon which is the newest ship coming in Spring 2018.
Yes, we mentioned free cruises! Carnival Cruise Line is launching “#OpenFun Sweepstakes” where the grand prize is a free cruise on Carnival Horizon which will join the fleet in 2018. The cruise line is giving away 10 free Carnival Horizon cruises, this includes 4-day or 8-day voyage for the winner and a companion. The free cruise will be in an ocean view cabin and must be booked no later than June 30, 2018.
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The first way to get in with a chance of winning is taking part in a quiz by Carnival. The cruise line today posted a quiz on Facebook where all you need to do is answer the questions. You can also keep an eye out for posts on Twitter and Instagram to get involved, you’ll have to respond and do something so an account of those sites will be needed. During the promotional period you can only submit your involvement once, do check all the details here first.
We’re in NYC today celebrating our newest ship, Carnival Horizon! How? We canned real island air from its Caribbean…
If you’re in New York Carnival is also providing another way to win a free Carnival Horizon cruise. Between December 12 (Today) and 13, the cruise line is celebrating Carnival Horizon in the Big Apple. Carnival has canned up real air from the Caribbean and has a pop-up machine at Greeley Square Park. Be there between 12-6pm and be inspired by the Caribbean.
Here’s how the Caribbean air was done:
By now, you’ve probably heard the news. Yes. We’ve canned real Caribbean island air and brought it back to the mainland. Check out how we did it here!
Posted by Carnival Cruise Line on Monday, December 11, 2017
Carnival Horizon is currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy. The second Vista-class ship will depart on its maiden voyage on April 2. The new Carnival ship will spend the Summer based out of New York before finally arriving at its year-round homeport in Miami, Florida. The 133,500 gross ton cruise ship will offer Caribbean cruises.