NCL Closes Loophole, MGM Status Match, Stupid TikTok Cruise Trend, Cruise Travel Essentials and Top Card Offers

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Can you believe it is almost May? In May last year I took my first ever Alaska cruise and it was even more fun that I had dreamed and I would go back again in a heartbeat. But for now I am looking at other cruise adventures and I will share them soon. For now the week that was:

Stacking cruise offers is one of the best parts of booking a cruise, that is, looking for card offers to get something back as well as every promotion we can find. But one of the best ever ways to save 20% off your NCL cruise is now dead (and I am not happy about it)!

Status matching is rare in the cruise industry but there are other ways to get perks and this week Michael focuses in on the a match to MGM rewards. I love free benefits!

I freely admit that not only do I not use TikTok and don’t understand the fascination with the app but this viral cruise trend idea is not only dumb but could cost you a ton! See why.

Even if you are a seasoned Frequent Floater you may be missing out on some essential items to pack to make your trip that much better. We have them assembled here this week.

Once more Chris has a post about cards to consider if you want to reduce the impact on your budget when paying for a cruise vacation. It is rare I ever pay for most of my trips because I know the value of adding cards to reduce my cruise costs including air and more! Another post highlights the updated offers from the Capital One Venture X Business and Capital One Spark Cash Plus

This month I am finishing up spending on my new Chase INK Unlimited card for a nice big pile of bonus points as well as few other new cards. I hope you too are working this weekend to find ways to make your next trip, not just amazing, but at a price you can afford! – René

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René de Lambert
René de Lamberthttp://www.FrequentFloaters.com
René de Lambert has been a travel blogger for over 10 years covering the travel industry - including cruising.

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