Cruise Rewards Points Calculators
Calculators for earning points and determining the cash value of points based on redemption for cruise lines. Some page also cover program details.
Earning points within cruise line rewards programs can be easy for those who find themselves consistently exploring the seas, but for those who only cruise once or twice a year, earning enough points for a free cruise could take awhile. Even then, most cruise line rewards points only have the best value when redeemed for expensive cruises meaning you can typically get better value using credit cards that are great for travel or cruise line spend.
Cruise Line Programs
Below is the list of cruise line programs covered on the site. You can click on program to learn a little bit more about the program or click on a cruise line credit card to calculate how many points you can earn based on your spend. Credit card calculators will allow you to calculate the results side by side other cards featured on the website.
Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival has one credit card called the Carnival FunPoints Mastercard. FunPoints can only be earned by those with the Mastercard and they can be redeemed for free cruises on Carnival and the other 9 cruise lines that fall under the World's Leading Cruise Line umbrella. FunPoints can be easily redeemed for 1 to 1.5 cents in value.
|Carnival FunPoints Calculators|
|Carnival FunPoints Value Calculator|
|Barclays Carnival Mastercard Calculator|
Celebrity has one co-branded credit card called the Celebrity Cruises Visa Card. It earns MyCruise Rewards Points that can be redeemed for free cruises on Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, and Azamara Cruise Line. Points can be redeemed for 1 to 2 cents on average.
|MyCruise Rewards Points Calculators|
|MyCruise Rewards Points Value Calculator|
|Celebrity Cruises Visa Signature Card Calculator|
Holland America Line
Holland offers one co-branded credit card that earns Holland America Points and allows you to participate in the rewards program. Points can be used for free cruises on Holland and the other 9 cruise lines that fall under World's Leading Cruise Lines including Carnival and Princess. Points are worth 1-1.5 cents each on average, but can be worth as much as 2.5 cents each depending on the cost of the cruise.
|Holland America Line|
|HAL Points Calculators|
|HAL Points Value Calculators|
|Holland America Visa Card Calculator|
MSC Cruises does not have any co-branded credit cards for those based in the United States. If you enjoy MSC, you can read up on the MSC Cruises Voyagers Club Program.
Norwegian Cruise Line
The Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) Mastercard is the only co-branded credit card for those who want to earn WorldPoints redeemable for free cruises and more. Points are worth 1 cent to 1.8 cents on average with the better redemption values being for 7-day cruises.
|Norwegian WorldPoints Calculators|
|Norwegian WorldPoints Value Calculators|
|NCL Mastercard Calculator|
Princess Cruises has one credit card called the Princess Cruises Credit Card. Having the card allows you to earn Princess Cruise Line (PCL) Points redeemable for free cruises on Princess and the other 9 cruise lines that fall under the World's Leading Cruise Line brand. Points are worth 1 to 1.5 cents on average but can be worth as much as 2 cents each for more expensive cruises.
|Princess Cruise Line Points Calculators|
|Princess Cruises Credit Card Calculator|
Royal Caribbean has one co-branded credit card called the Royal Caribbean Visa Credit Card. The card earns MyCruise Rewards Points which is also earn-able with the Celebrity Cruises Visa Signature Card. Points can be redeemed towards free cruises on Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, and Azamara Cruise Line.
|Royal Caribbean MyCruise Rewards|
|MyCruise Rewards Points Calculators|
|MyCruise Rewards Points Value Calculators|
|Royal Caribbean Visa Card Calculator|