Cruise NewsCarnival Cruise LineCarnival Cruise Line Hikes the Price of Bottomless Bubbles Program

Carnival Cruise Line Hikes the Price of Bottomless Bubbles Program

Carnival Cruise Line has raised the price on their Bottomless Bubbles Program that offers unlimited soda onboard their cruise ships.  The price hike went into effect on January 1, 2019.

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The Bottom Bubbles program will now cost $8.50 per day for adults 18 years and older and $5.95 per day for children.  An 18% gratuity will be automatically added when purchasing the package.  A seven night cruise will now cost an adult $70.21 with gratuity.  The package must be purchased for the entire length of the cruise.

Upon purchasing Bottomless Bubbles, a sticker will be placed on the guest’s Sail & Sign card. In all areas where beverage service is offered, guests may show the Bottomless Bubbles sticker and receive a glass of the carbonated soft drink of their choice. Juices may also be requested. One 16-ounce glass will be served at a time (10-ounce glass for juice) and only to the guest whose name appears on the Sail & Sign card with the Bottomless Bubbles sticker attached.

The following beverages are offered through Bottomless Bubbles (flavors may vary):

  • Soft Drinks/Soda: Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coca-Cola Zero, Caffeine Free Coke, Sprite, Spite Zero, Orange Fanta, Mr. Pibb, Barqs Root Beer, Dr. Pepper (on ships from New Orleans and Galveston), Tonic Water, Club Soda and Ginger Ale
  • Juices: Orange Juice, Cranberry Juice, Tomato Juice, Pineapple Juice and Grapefruit Juice

Program is only applicable for onboard purchases; program cannot be used for beverage purchases at Carnival’s private islands in the Bahamas, Half Moon Cay and Princess Cays.

This increase in price ($1 per day) for the Bottomless Bubbles program is the first increase By Carnival Cruise Line since May 2017.  That increase was also $1 per day.

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  1. Carnival is not the same value it used to be. I think they have a far better product than Royal Caribbean but their prices are getting too high and itineraries stale. I think Celebrity has become a better value and definitely has better food. Carnival specialty restaurant food is not good and the dining room is hit or miss. They are still miles better than Royal Caribbean who have the worst food I have ever seen. Seven
    Eleven has better food than Royal Caribbean. Carnival has excellent pizza 24/7 but they need to keep Guys Burgers and Blue iguana and the BBQ place open for longer hours.

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