Seniors : Military : Past Passengers : Interline
From time to time, Carnival Cruise Lines will offer guests who are 55+ when they sail may receive special savings on select sailings.

At least one person in the stateroom must be 55+. 
Proof of age is required and will be verified at embarkation

From time to time, Carnival Cruise Lines will offer special discounts for members of the U.S. Military.  The Military Program is available to the following members of the United States Military:
  • Active Personnel
  • Reserve Personnel
  • Cadets
  • U.S Coast Guard Personnel
  • Active members of the National Guard
  • Retired Personnel
  • Uniformed members of the USPHS (U.S Public Health Services)
  • Veterans, defined as: Individuals who have actively served in the Military for at least two years or during a wartime period and have been honorably discharged.
A military identification card must be presented with deposit at the time of booking and again at embarkation.

Active military personnel are permitted to book one cabin. Discharged, civilian and auxiliary personnel are NOT entitled to these rates.

The six member lines of the WLCL alliance have introduced a guest loyalty program that provides consumers who sail with a WLCL member line special savings applicable toward future voyages on any WLCL ship.

Through the "VIP Program", guests who sail on any WLCL-affiliated cruise line are provided with same discount benefits accorded to members of each line's past guest program.

The WLCL alliance consists of Carnival Cruise Lines, Cunard Line, Windstar Cruises, Costa Cruises, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and The Yachts of Seabourn.

From time to time, Carnival Cruise Lines will offer special discounts on select sailings to full-time employees of the following Interline Companies:
  • Passenger Airlines
  • Airbourne
  • Sabre
  • NACTA(National Air traffic Controllers)
  • FedEx
  • Amtrak
  • FAA(Federal Aviation Administration)
  • UPS
  • Amadeus
  • IATA
  • DHL
  • Galileo
The employee is permitted to book TWO cabins on the same ship and sail date, as long as the second cabin is occupied by a member of his/her immediate family. (See below for list of immediate family members.) You may not get a third cabin, even if an eligible family is in the cabin.

The following are considered immediate family members: husband, wife, mother or father of the employee, or dependent children 18 years old and younger. Eligible family members may book only ONE cabin if the employee is NOT traveling.

Retired employees of existing airlines may book ONE cabin, and they must be traveling in this cabin.
The airline employee must submit VERIFICATION OF EMPLOYMENT which includes the following documentation: 

  • Letter of employment verification from the employee's supervisor, or the company’s Interline Department, on company letterhead;
  • Photocopy of the employee's company identification card
The above documentation must be submitted with deposit within the following time frame:
72 hours, for reservations outside of 2 weeks prior to sailing
24 hours, for reservations within 2 weeks of sailing

Failure to provide documentation in the specified time will result in the rate reversion to the current full fare.