If you charge a lot on your card (and pay it off every month) you get enough dsicounts to use. You need quite a few point to get the discounts. Be sure you read the "fine print" on which ever card you're thinking about. Not all cards will give you points on everything you purchase. We have a hotel points card which gives you 1 point for every dollar spent and 2 points for dollars spent for grocery's and gas. Since those are some of our biggest expenses each month - the points add up faster. We like it better then the cruise point cards because we use the free hotel nights for pre & post cruise hotels. We can add up enough points to use quicker then we can for the discounts on cruises. Just carefully read what the restriction are and judge about how much you think you spend a month and calculate the points you can earn to get the discounts you'll use.
I used my sea miles card on my last cruise and have to say I was a bit disappointed with the discount. I saved a few bucks, but not alot to be honest. Over the past couple/few years, I spent quite a bit on the card and it sure didn't translate to much of a discount to be honest. My card is now shredded.
YOU STILL HAVEN'T TOLD US ABOUT IT!!
Are you talking about the RCI Visa card through Bank of America where you get points for each dollar you charge that you can use for future cruises??? (see - I just told you about the RCI Visa card)
What is the "Sea Miles Card"????????????????????????????
Where do you get one???
Where do you find the list of benifits on it???
How can I get one???