Cruise NewsCarnival Launches EasyPay, a Cruise Payment Program

Carnival Launches EasyPay, a Cruise Payment Program

Carnival Cruise Line has launched an optional new program called EasyPay that will split your cruise amount owed into easy monthly payments after you place down your deposit.

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Looking for an easy way to pay off your next cruise on a Carnival cruise ship?  Carnival’s Easypay comes at no extra charge and is available on most sailings.  So how does this new program from Carnival Cruise Line work?

When you are booking a Carnival cruise, simply choose EasyPay at checkout on  You’ll pay your cruise deposit that day and Carnival will split your balance into easy monthly payments.

In order to qualify for Easypay, you must book a cruise more than 90 days before final payment date and the sailing you choose must be eligible for deposit payment.

Your credit card will first be charged with the deposit. Then, once a month for three months starting 30 days after you pay your deposit, your automatic payments will be charged to your credit card. Currently, the only option available for Carnival EasyPay is three installments.

If you choose Easypay but wish to opt out later, you can do so by accessing the ‘Manage Your Cruise’ section of, select ‘Opt-Out of Payments’ and then follow the prompts. Note that cancelling your Carnival EasyPay plan will not cancel your cruise booking. You are still responsible for paying the balance of your cruise fare before the final payment date.

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There are no credit checks or specific requirements to qualify. However, please note that Carnival EasyPay is offered on a sailing-by-sailing basis, and is not available for all sailings.

There are no interest fees, or any additional fees, for using Carnival EasyPay. However, any interest, finance charges or fees assessed by the issuer of the payment method to which payments are charged may still apply.

You can change or update the credit card on file at any time on Simply go to ‘Manage Booking’ and then click ‘Manage My Payments’ followed by ‘Update Card’. Note that when you change the card on file you will instantly be charged $1 in order to confirm the card, but this $1 payment will be put toward your balance.

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Cruise NewsCarnival Launches EasyPay, a Cruise Payment Program


  1. Um, if you book with an agent, you can do this with ANY cruise line. Since agencies buy blocks of cabins, when you book with an agent, you are in fact paying the agency as opposed to the cruise line directly. I have been doing this for my clients for years. You can make a payment whenever you choose as long as the final payment is made prior to the final payment date after the deposit. This article ONLY applies if you book directly with Carnival.

  2. Even 3 installment may be a little to much…should at least be 6 months 9 months or even 12 months depending how far the cruise is…of course making it paid in full by the indicated date when booking

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