I, Erica Silverstein, hereby declare that this week shall be known as the week of savings! Actually, I have no power to affect anything, but several cruise lines had the same bright idea to offer limited-time sales this week. All I can do is let everyone know about the savings options out there. Below, you can find details on one-day to weeklong promotions by Carnival, Holland America, Royal Caribbean, and Windjammer.
Carnival’s one-day sale is actually a two-day sale, and you can take advantage of low prices today and tomorrow (February 28 and March 1). You can book three- and four-night cruises from $249, five-night cruises from $299, seven-night cruises from $499, and eight-night cruises from $649. Plus, you’ll receive a free upgrade within the cabin category you purchase. Just request promotion code CP1S when you make your reservation.
Holland America’s three-day sale takes place from February 28 through March 2. You’ll find savings on cruises to destinations across the world. For example, Pacific Coast cruises start at $69, Mexico cruises start at $499, Alaska cruises start at $549, and Europe cruises start at $1,199. Be sure to request promotion code FJ or RT.
Royal Caribbean is running a weeklong sale in which it reveals a new deal each day. Currently, the sale page is showing three discounted Caribbean sailings in April, with prices for seven-night voyages starting at $519 for inside cabins. Keep checking back for more savings.
Windjammer Barefoot Cruises
Windjammer is offering discounted fares on sailings departing March 4 (that’s next Sunday). Fares range from $299 to $499 per person, based on cabin category and itinerary, and apply to the Legacy’s “Treasure Isles” sailing, the Polynesia’s French West Indies voyage, and the Yankee Clipper’s St. Lucia and Grenadines cruise. You’ll need to call 800-327-2600 to book a cabin at the last minute for one of these departures.
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