07-02-2008 01:01 AM - edited 07-02-2008 01:32 AM
07-02-2008 06:22 AM
I received the Carnival Seamiles card back in November but I canceled it at the beginning of the year. A few Months ago i called and tried to reopen the account but I was told to much times has passed. I still get emails about they're Seamile deals but I just end up deleting them. But yesterday they sent a email saying I qualify for a Carnival Seamiles Platinum card but when I hit on the link it goes to a Chase Platinum Seamiles Reward Visa card. What gives? This is the link they attached to the email.
Message Edited by l9ikjam on 07-02-2008 01:32 AM
07-02-2008 06:28 AM
07-02-2008 07:09 AM - edited 07-02-2008 07:10 AM
07-02-2008 07:14 AM
the whole page is advertising carnival seamiles 2 vacations for the price of 1. Some reason the link leads to a chase site.
SeaMiles are subject to Sea Miles® terms and conditions, available at www.carnivalseamiles.com. Credit for previous purchase is not permitted. No minimum stateroom category purchases required. Space is subject to availability at time of booking. Valid on retail rates only. This certificate has no cash value. This promotion is not combinable with any other promotion.
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