Save $100 on your Next Cruise with Amex Offers!

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A new Amex Offers promotion just came out where you can receive a $100 statement credit with a $500+ purchase at a World Leading Cruise. This includes Carnival, Holland America, Princess Cruises, Seabourn, and Cunard. While this promotion expires May 31, 2018, your actual cruise does not have to depart by this date, you just have to reserve by this date (and ensure at least $500 hits your credit card by this date). If you have multiple registered cards, you can see if you can split up your transaction into multiple $500 charges to utilize the statement credit amongst many cards.

To enroll in this offer:

  • Sign into your account and scroll down to the Amex Offers & Benefits section. Find the “World’s Leading Cruise Lines” offer and make sure to add it to your card. Keep in mind, once once you do this for one card the option will disappear on other cards so make sure to do the multi-browser trick to learn how to register multiple Amex cards with your account)

I recommend enrolling sooner than later to ensure it does not reach maximum capacity.

To learn more about these American Express offers, read this Amex Offers series:

You can check out all the other current Amex Offers here. Enjoy!

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  1. Holland America is coding as lodging and AMEX isn’t honoring it so far. I paid for my cruise on 4 different cards on 2/27…no love and only a “it doesn’t qualify” …

    • @JackW – There is a special team within American Express that just works on Amex Offers. Ask to speak directly to that group and escalate to a supervisor.

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