Carnival Cruise Line Adds Beverages to HUB App’s "Pizza Anywhere" Feature

Carnival Hub App Add a Drink Feature
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Carnival Cruise Line has announced the expansion of HUB App’s ‘Pizza Anywhere’ feature to include beverage delivery. After choosing a hand-tossed pizza with their preferred toppings, guests will be asked whether they would like a beer, soda or water to accompany their meal. To place an order, guests simply tap on the ship’s map to mark their location, take a selfie to identify themselves and select their desired order.

Beverage options on the app include domestic and imported beers Peroni, Miller Lite and Blue Moon; sodas such as Coke, Coke Zero, Diet Coke, Diet Sprite; and bottled water, and cooked-to-order pizzas including margherita, funghi, prosciutto, pepperoni and quattro formaggi.

The add-on drink feature is now available on Carnival Conquest, Carnival Liberty, Carnival Glory, and Carnival Sensation, and coming to Carnival Victory and Carnival Elation in June. It will be available fleetwide in the coming months, Carnival said.

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Launched in 2015, Carnival’s HUB App has a 4.6+ rating in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store and more than 5.7 million total downloads. HUB App is designed to serve as a one-stop-shop and allow guests to track daily happenings on board; view food, beverage and entertainment offerings; chat with family and friends; book shore excursions; and access their Sail & Sign account.

In other news, the line's Carnival Sunrise ship recently made its debut following a $200 million update during a 38-day drydock in a Cadiz, Spain, shipyard. The cruise ship is scheduled to sail to BermudaCanada/New England and the Caribbean.

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