NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line's “CruiseFirst” promotion

   December 11, 2020 ,   Cruise Industry

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line launched the "CruiseFirst" - a value-add program offering passengers both additional savings and increased flexibility when booking their NCL cruise in 2021 and beyond.

CruiseFirst certificates allow guests to receive a US$300 value coupon for the cost of US$150, where they have 3 years from the purchase date to apply the certificate to any new reservation across Norwegian’s 17-ship fleet, visiting 300+ destinations worldwide.

CruiseFirst certificates are easily combinable with nearly all public promotions of which NCL's currently running bestselling deal of the year: 30% off a cruise on any ship plus all 5 Free at Sea offers including free specialty dining, free open bar, free shore trips credits, free WiFi, discounted rates for family and friends - a value of US$2,900+.

From January 1, 2021, to March 31, 2021, in order to provide support to travel partners, advisors are due to receive a Wave Season US$50 gift card bonus on the purchase of each NCL CruiseFirst certificate. Advisors will also benefit from a full commission on the reservation of the new booking that is made using the line's CruiseFirst certificate. Commissions are to be paid based on Norwegian’s standard commission policy.

NCL-Norwegian Cruise Line announces “CruiseFirst” programme for travel partners

Norwegian Cruise Line’s “Week of You” taking place December 7 to 11, 2020, featured a complimentary 5-day series of curated virtual events designed to support travel advisors. 

A maximum of 10 coupons may be bought per person with 1 coupon valid per booking reservation made. The cruise date must be 120+ days from the original purchase date.

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